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Insect Resistant Maize for Africa (IRMA) Project: annual report 2003-2004
(KARI; CIMMYT, 2005)
The IRMA project is aimed at producing stem borer resistant, locally adapted maize varieties for various Kenyan agro-ecological zones using conventional and biotechnology-mediated approaches, particularly Bt technology. ...
Science and partnerships to reduce poverty and hunger: medium-term plan of the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT), 2005-2007
This publication describes how CIMMYT and its partners are applying science to reduce poverty and hunger through six new research programs established as a result of the Center's recent strategic planning exercise. It ...
Research highlights of the CIMMYT Wheat Program 1999-2000
This volume presents the latest results from a global research program that continues to be one of the most successful of all time. Throughout the developing world, food prices are lower and malnutrition has declined, ...
Molecular approaches for the genetic improvement of cereals for stable production in water-limited environments
Drought is a major problem for the production of the world’s five principal cereals: maize, wheat, rice, pearl millet, and sorghum. Past and current breeding efforts have met the challenge posed by drought with some success. ...
Impact of public and private sector maize breeding research in Asia, 1966-1997/98
This book presents results of a study of the impacts of international maize breeding research in seven developing countries of Asia (China, India, Indonesia, Nepal, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam). It provides ...
Directions in modeling wheat and maize for developing countries
In a workshop sponsored by the Natural Resources Group (NRG) of the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT), crop modelers, crop physiologists, and other scientists from around the world met at CIMMYT ...
Linking global and local approaches to agricultural technology development: the role of participatory plant breeding research in the CGIAR
This paper describes the current state of international plant breeding research and explains why centralized approach to germplasm improvement, so successful in the past, is being transformed by decentralized local breeding ...