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CIMMYT Report on wheat improvement 1973
The year 1973 marked the 28th year of continuous research on wheat and other small grains in Mexico by CIMMYT and its predecessors. It also marked the ninth year of CIMMYT's activities as an international center, based in ...
CIMMYT report on wheat improvement 1985-86
This is the first CIMMYT Biennial Report on Wheat Improvement. Several reasons entered into the decision to change from an annual to biennial reporting format: The high cost of producing a technical report on an annual vs. ...
1992/93 CIMMYT World wheat facts and trends: the wheat breeding industry in developing countries: an analysis of investments and impacts
This report presents information on the level of investment in wheat breeding research in developing countries and the impact of that research, and discusses issues related to assessing returns to wheat improvement research ...
CIMMYT report on wheat improvement 1982
The CIMMYT Wheat Improvement Program serves all the major wheat, triticale and barley-producing countries of the developing world. The widest possible variation and germplasm is maintained so that advanced materials which ...
1987-88 CIMMYT world wheat facts and trends: the wheat revolution revisited: recent trends and future challenges
This issue of World Wheat Facts and Trends is divided into three parts: a discussion of recent changes in Third World wheat production and their implications for the future; an overview of the current world wheat situation; ...
1981 World wheat facts and trends Report one: analysis of changes in production, consumption, trade and prices over the last two decades
CIMMYT's mandate covers two of the world's major cereal crops-maize and wheat. Wheat, the focus of this report, is important to more than three-fourths of the population in developing countries. Twenty-seven countries of ...
CIMMYT 1998-99 World wheat facts and trends: global wheat research in a changing World: challenges and achievements
This report has four parts. The first part focuses on the changing environment in which the international wheat research system functions in developing countries. The authors describe recent trends in developing country ...
CIMMYT Annual Report 2004-2005: A solid future
Most people in the developing world depend directly or indirectly on agriculture for their livelihoods. Maize and wheat alone provide nearly half the food by weight and a quarter of the calories for the 4.9 billion people ...
CIMMYT Annual Report 2005-2006: Maize and wheat science for farmers, food, and livelihoods
In the strategic plan, “Seeds of Innovation,” CIMMYT outlined a focus and set its overall goals in conjunction with partners. Now we have taken the vision expressed in that document—one that sees CIMMYT as a key player in ...