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Three Decades of NARC-CIMMYT partnership in maize and wheat research and development (1970-2000)
(NARC; CIMMYT, 2001)
It is a great pleasure to publish this booklet on the occasion of NARC-CIMMYT Day to mark Three Decades of NARC-CIMMYT Partnership in Maize/Wheat Research and Development. Both maize and wheat are priority cereal crops for ...
CIMMYT-Kenya annual report
The International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT), by the abbreviation of its Spanish name) is an international, non-profit, agricultural research and training center with its headquarters in Mexico. Its mission ...
CIMMYT-Kenya: biennial report 1999-2000
The International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT, by the abbreviation of its Spanish name) is an international, non-profit, agricultural research and training center with its headquarters in Mexico. Its mission ...
CIMMYT Annual Report 2000-2001: Global research for local livelihoods
New varieties of maize and wheat are still important, as they are the easiest way for poor farmers to adopt new technology. The more improvements we can put into that new grain—enhanced nutrient content and A Message from ...
Annual report 2001: Programa Suramericano de Maíz
The main research activities of the SARMP have continued to be guided towards the development and improvement of maize germplasm with tolerance to aluminum toxic- acid soils. These type of soils are present in approximately ...
Identification of a microsatellite on chromosome 7B showing a strong linkage with yellow pigment in durum wheat (Triticum turgidum L. var. durum)
(BioMed Central, 2001)
The objective of this study is to identify QTLs linked to yellow pigment content in durum wheat. A durum‐dicoccoides genetic linkage map was constructed using 124 microsatellites, 149 amplified fragment length polymorphism ...
Experiences with farmer participatory mother-baby trials and watershed management to improve soil fertility options in malawi
Participatory research approaches are increasingly becoming the foundation of integrated nutrient management. Until recently there has been almost no farmer uptake of soil fertility recommendations in Malawi. This has ...