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INTERNATIONAL BOARD FOR PLANT GENETIC RESOURCES
COMMISSION OF EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES: COMMITTEE ON DISEASE RESISTANCE BREEDING AND USE OF GENEBANKS
IBPGR Secretariat, Rome 1984
CEC Secretariat, Brussels 1984
Published for the Commission of the European Communities, Directorate- General Information Market and Innovation, Luxembourg and for the IBPGR, Rome
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(c) 1984: ECSC, EEC, EAEC, Brussels and Luxembourg; and International Board for Plant Genetic Resources, Rome
In 1974 the Council of Ministers of the European Communities established a Standing Committee on Agricultural Research to advise the Commission on a programme of Agricultural Research.
The first programme started in 1975, while a second programme was launched in 1979 for the five year period 1979-1983.
The Standing Committee on Agricultural Research has advised the Commission on both programmes. Within this framework a programme on resistance breeding and use of genebanks has been set-up as one of 10 subjects. This programme (with a limited budget) is managed by a programme committee in which the ten member countries are represented by their nominees, one per country. The programme committee started work in 1978 by selecting priorities for crops and subjects. Several working groups have been set up to prepare descriptor lists as a basis for future work.
CEC - Programme Committee on Disease Resistance Breeding and Use of Gene Banks Second Programme on Agricultural Research of the CEC
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1040 Brussels, Belgium
The International Board for Plant Genetic Resources (IBPGR) is an autonomous international scientific organization under the aegis of the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR). The IBPGR was established by the CGIAR in 1974 and its Executive Secretariat is provided by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. The basic function of the IBPGR is to promote and coordinate an international network of genetic resources centres to further the collection, conservation, documentation, evaluation and use of plant germplasm and thereby contribute to raising the standard of living and welfare of people throughout the world. The Consultative Group mobilizes financial support from its members to meet. The budgetary requirements of the Board.
IBPGR Executive Secretariat
Crop Genetic Resources Centre
Plant Production and Protection Division
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Via delle Terme di Caracalla, 00100 Rome, Italy
DESCRIPTOR LIST FOR APRICOT
1. Accession data
2. Collection data
Characterization and preliminary evaluation data
Further characterization and evaluation
APPENDIX I: SUMMARY OF BASIC CEC APRICOT DESCRIPTORS
APPENDIX II: LIST OF EXPERTS CONSULTED