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CIMMYT review 1978
If we profile CIMMYT history in a diagram, we cannot chart a smooth upward-moving line; rather we see a series of steps - each step reflecting a new situation, new problems, -new oPPortunities, and sometimes new leadership ...
Report of UNDP-CIMMYT Global Research Project
The soft chalky endosperm and other undesirable attributes associated with opaque-2 maize led CIMMYT to seek an alternate breeding strategy. The new research strategy involved the accmnulation and exploitation of genetic ...
CIMMYT review 1982
CIMMYT Review 1982 is intended to provide highlights of CIMMYT program activities during 1981 for the informed layman. It is complemented by technical maize and wheat improvement reports, more than a dozen international ...
CIMMYT review 1977
CIMMYT occasionally looks over its shoulder at the population clock. On January 1, 1977 this clock showed 4,056,000,000 people in the world. The clock was advancing 200,000 persons per day, 6 millions per month, and 73 ...
CIMMYT review 1981
CIMMYT's collaboration with agricultural scientists in over 120 developing countries continued to strengthen in 1980. New regional programs were establ ished for North and West Africa (wheat), West Africa (maize, in ...
Report of UNDP-CIMMYT Global research project (Phase 3): March 1979
Within the past fourteen years, the task of breeding for nutritionally superior maize types has been greatly facilitated by the discovery of the biochemical effects of the opaque-2 and floury-2 genes. Through manipulation ...
CIMMYT review 1980
CIMMYT Review 1980 is intended to provide highlights of CIMMYT program activities during 1979 for the informed laymen. It is complemented by two technical annual reports (maize and wheat), more than a dozen international ...
Heterosis in acid soil-tolerant maize germplasm