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Aims and scope
The Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter publishes papers in English, French or Spanish, dealing with the genetic resources of useful plants, resulting from new work, historical study, review and criticism in genetic diversity, ethnobotanical and ecogeographical surveying, herbarium studies, collecting, characterization and evaluation, documentation, conservation, and genebank practice.
The Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter is published under the joint auspices of the Bioversity International and the Plant Production and Protection Division of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).
The Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter appears as one volume per year, made up of four issues, published in March, June, September and December. Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter is available free of charge to interested libraries of genebanks, university and government departments, research institutions, etc. The periodical may also be made available to individuals who can show that they have a need for a personal copy of the publication.
Types of papers
The PGR Newsletter has adopted an online article management system.
Authors and reviewers will now be able to check the status of their articles directly online, on this Web site and be constantly updated on the progress of their papers.
To submit your manuscript please go to the PGR Newsletter submission Web site (http://pgrn.bioversity.cgiar.org) and follow the [Register] link. Once you have created your profile you can upload your paper. This new system offers authors a number advantages, allowing you to:
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