2 edition of Report of an international workshop on okra genetic resources found in the catalog.
Report of an international workshop on okra genetic resources
At head of title:International Board for Plant Genetic Resources.
|Series||International crop research series -- 5|
|Contributions||National Bureau for Plant Genetic Resources (India), International Board for Plant Genetic Resources., Workshop on Okra Genetic Resources (1990 : New Delhi, India)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||133|
International Workshop on matters related to Traditional Knowledge associated with Genetic Resources and the International ABS-Regime. The goal of the expert meeting was to exchange information and discuss practical implications of different views and options of draft text within the parameters of the Annex. resources predict the real value of genetic resources are less well developed. In this respect, the panel of experts on the development of the global strategy for the management of animal genetic resources has observed that better understanding economic policies and values of animal genetic resources is crucial to implementing the global strategy.
Report of an International Workshop on Okra Genetic Resources, held at NBPGR New Delhi, India from 08 to 12 October, International Board for Plant Genetic Resources, Rome. International Board for Plant Genetic Resources, Rome. Chilean Fisheries Workshop Final Report 3 Exploitation and management of exotic and naturalized aquatic genetic resources in relation to native biodiversity September, Puerto Varas, Chile TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION 1. Executive Summary 7 SECTION 2. Working Group 1 Report: 17 Native aquatic biodiversity SECTION 3.
First Project Implementation Report Submitted to the International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture and Food and Agriculture Organization. A Collaborative Research. Incidence of viral diseases of okra (Abelmoschusesculentus L. Moench.) in the three agro-ecological zones of the Central region and identifying resistant. The okra (Abelmoschus esculentus) transcriptome as a source for gene sequence information and molecular markers for diversity analysis. Gene Gene Note: polyploid; 2n=72, , , , and
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Report of an international workshop on okra genetic resources By Serge Hamon Topics: AMELIORATION DES PLANTES, RESSOURCES GENETIQUES, DIVERSITE Author: Serge Hamon. The role of plant genetic resources (PGR) in the improvement of cultivated plants has been well recognized.
PGR are conserved so that they can be used. Use of PGR is a major element in the FAO Commission on Genetic Resources report on the State of World's Plant Genetic Resources and is emphasized in FAO Global Plan.
International Board for Plant Genetic Resources IBPGR, International Crop Network S eries, Report of an International Workshop on Okra Genetic Resources. Rasco, Jr, E.T., Okra germplasm evaluation and the breeding programme at IPB, Philippines.
International Crop Network Series. Report of an International Workshop on Okra Genetic Resources. IBPGR, Rome. Google ScholarCited by: 7. Source: From Charrier, A., Genetic resources of the genus Abelmoschus Med.
(Okra), IBPGR, Rome, ; Siemonsma, J.S. International Crop Network Series. Report of an international workshop on okra genetic resources, IBPGR, Rome, 5: Species Chromosome Authors Ploidy Genepool Numbers (2n) Level* (GP). Report of an international workshop on okra genetic resources, held at the National Bureau for Plant Genetic Resources (NBPGR), New Delhi, India, 8–12 October, IBPGR International Crop Network Series 5.
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Journal of Agricultural Technology, 8(2),  Schippers, R. African indigenous vegetable an overview of the cultivated species. National Resources Institute (NRI), University of Greenwich, London, united Kingdom, Get this from a library.
International Beta Genetic Resources Network: a report on the 3rd International Beta Genetic Resources Workshop and World Beta Network Conference held at the North Dakota State University, Fargo, USA, August [International Plant Genetic Resources Institute.;].
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Report of an International Barley genetic resources workshop held at Helsingbord Kongresscenter Helsingborg, Sweden July KISHOR DS 키소르 Crop Molecular Breeding Lab College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Seoul National university OKRA (ABELMOSCHUS ESCULENTUS (L.) MOENCH). IBPGR (International Board for Plant Genetic Resources).
Report on International Workshop on Okra Genetic Resources held at the National Bureau of Plant Genetic Resources. New Delhi, India: p. 8– This book synthesizes the scientific information on various aspects of okra by the experts in their fields of specialization to provide in-depth and detailed information on okra.
The international panel of contributors brings a broad perspective to the problems encountered in the development of this crop in different countries and should foster Reviews: 1. Report of an international workshop on Okra genetic Resources: Held at National Bureau for Plant genetic Resources (NBPGR), New Delhi, India, OctoberIBPGR () Google Scholar.
Samavati, V. SamavatiPolysaccharide extraction from Abelmoschus esculentus: Optimization by response surface methodology. International Standard Book Number (Book) International Standard Book Number (Book) International Stardard Book Number (PDF) International Standard Book Number (PDF) Library of Congress Catalog Card Number Additional copies of this report are available from the.
World’s Animal Genetic Resources. The Report will be finalized at the First International Technical Conference on Animal Genetic Resources in Septemberhosted by the Government of Switzerland. With the aim of assisting the international community in developing a global framework for the conservation of farm animal genetic resources.
Report. By Rome (Italy) International Board for Plant Genetic Resources, AGP and Oct New Delhi (India) International Workshop on Okra Genetic Resources. "Innovative roles of biological resources centers" This book contains the proceedings of the 12th NIAS International Workshop on Genetic Resources and consists of four parts The first two parts are the papers presented at the two workshop symposia organized under the titles "Genetic and functional diversity of agricultural microorganisms" and.A report on the 4th International Beta Genetic Resources Workshop and World Beta Network Conference held at the Aegean Agricultural Research Institute, Izmir, Turkey, 28 .During the past 25 years there has been a dramatic increase in the number of germplasm collections in the world as well as in the number of samples stored in these germplasm growth has occurred principally at the national level as more and more countries seek to conserve those genetic resources of historic or strategic importance to their .