Traditional seed management and genetic diversity in barley varieties in high-hill agro-ecosystems of Nepal

Barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) is an important winter cereal crop in mid to high-hill ecosystems of Nepal.  Chawali and Lekali are two commonly grown...

Authors:
Bajracharya, J.; Brown, A.H.D.; Joshi, B.K.; Panday, D.; Banija, B.K.; Sthapit, B.; Jarvis, D.
Publication Year:
2012
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Ecological approaches to human nutrition

Malnutrition affects a large number of people throughout the developing world. Approaches to reducing malnutrition rarely focus on ecology and...

Authors:
DeClerck, F.; Fanzo, J.; Palm, C.; Remans, R.
Publication Year:
2011
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Planting hybrids, keeping landraces: agricultural modernization and tradition among small-scale maize farmers in Chiapas, Mexico

This paper examines how agricultural modernization and tradition interact among small-scale commercially-oriented maize farmers by studying shifts in...

Authors:
Bellon, M.R.; Hellinb, J.
Publication Year:
2011
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Conservation and sustainable use of tropical fruit species diversity: Bioversity’s
efforts in Asia, the Pacific and Oceania

Asia, the Pacific and Oceania region is very rich in genetic diversity of tropical fruits. Although, fruits have always been important agricultural...

Authors:
Bhag Mal; Ramanatha Rao, V.; Arora, R.K.; Sajise, P,E.; Sthapit, B.R.
Publication Year:
2011
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Annual report 2007-2010 of the CGIAR System-wide Genetic Resources Programme

The report contains the following chapters: Major milestones porior 2007; Programme activities 2007-2010; Futur vision; Memebers of the ICWG-GR...

Publication Year:
2010
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