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International wheat breeding research in Eastern and Southern Africa, 1966-97
This paper describes and analyzes some of the impacts of wheat improvement research in seven countries in the Eastern and Southern regions of Africa. the countries South Africa, Ethiopia, Sudan, Kenya, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, ...
Understanding global trends in the use of wheat diversity and international flows of wheat genetic resources
This paper discusses the centers of origin and diversity for bread wheat; sketches historical patterns in the sources and use of wheat genetic resources in modern plant breeding; identifies and compares indicators of genetic ...
CIMMYT Report on maize improvement 1976-77
International Workshop of the Wheat Yield Consortium, 2. Proceedings; CENEB, CIMMYT, Cd. Obregon, Sonora, Mexico; 12-15 Mar 2012
The abstracts herein are of presentations by crop experts for the ”2nd International Workshop of the Wheat Yield Consortium”. Sponsored by SAGARPA’s international strategic component for increasing wheat performance, ...
A direct comparison of remote sensing approaches for high-throughput phenotyping in plant breeding
Remote sensing (RS) of plant canopies permits non-intrusive, high-throughput monitoring of plant physiological characteristics. This study compared three RS approaches using a low flying UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle), with ...
1995/96 World wheat facts and trends: Understanding global trends in the use of wheat diversity and international flows of wheat genetic resources
This document describes wheat's origins and the flows of germplasm between various regions of the world. It summarizes some of the tools biological and social scientists use to measure genetic diversity. It examines patterns ...
CIMMYT Research Highlights 1983
Maize and wheat are the principal sources of carbohydrates and protein for nearly half of the people of the world. CIMMYT's primary objective is to develop superior germplasm that will provide higher and more stable yields, ...