You have reached the IRRI Genebank, where your rice science journey begins. Home to more than 132,000 available accessions which includes cultivated species, wild relatives and species from related genera.

RICE accessions
Code: Pubescent

Selected item(s) below:

0101155IRGC 101155 PADI PIPITOryza officinalis Wall. ex G. Watt Sarawak, Malaysia2 IRGC 101155 **101155
1103840IRGC 103840 113/79/PBW 13Oryza nivara S. D. Sharma & Shastry Bangladesh2 IRGC 103840 **103840
2104754IRGC 104754 G S 7917Oryza rufipogon Griff. Thailand2 IRGC 104754 **104754
3105147IRGC 105147 W 1220Oryza longiglumis Jansen 2 IRGC 105147 **105147
4105163IRGC 105163 W 1528Oryza eichingeri Peter Uganda2 IRGC 105163 **105163
5105263IRGC 105263 OA 4Oryza australiensis Domin Australia2 IRGC 105263 **105263
6105264IRGC 105264 OA 6Oryza australiensis Domin Australia2 IRGC 105264 **105264
7105269IRGC 105269 OA 18Oryza australiensis Domin Australia2 IRGC 105269 **105269
8105270IRGC 105270 OA 19Oryza australiensis Domin Australia2 IRGC 105270 **105270
9105271IRGC 105271 OA 20Oryza australiensis Domin Australia2 IRGC 105271 **105271
10105272IRGC 105272 OA 21Oryza australiensis Domin Australia2 IRGC 105272 **105272
11105275IRGC 105275 OA 27Oryza australiensis Domin Australia2 IRGC 105275 **105275
12105549IRGC 105549 W1111Oryza rufipogon Griff. Historic2 IRGC 105549 **105549

International Rice Genebank Germplasm Distribution and Exchange Policy

IRRI continues the free international exchange of germplasm, in accordance with the International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture (ITPGRFA). We provide rice in small quantities to any entity or establishment for research, breeding, or training for food and agriculture purposes; free of charge. At the same time, we gratefully receive seed contributions to add to our collection.

The procedure for acquiring seeds from IRRI are as follows:
1. Read, study and comply with Standard Material Transfer Agreement(SMTA).
2. Inquire, search and choose accessions through GRIN-Global or Genesys websites.
3. Submit requests electronically through the public websites (refer to #2)