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From genebank to field-leveraging genomics to identify and bring novel native variation to breeding pools

Author: Romero, A.
Author: Hickey, J.M.
Author: Kilian, A.
Author: Buckler, E.
Author: Marshall, D.
Author: Crossa, J.
Author: Petroli, C.D.
Author: Sansaloni, C.P.
Author: Molnar, T.L.
Author: Pixley, K.V.
Author: Wenzl, P.
Author: Sukhwinder-Singh
Author: Burgueño, J.
Author: Chen, C.
Author: Salinas García, G.
Author: Willcox, M.
Author: Saint Pierre, C.
Year: 2016
Abstract: Potentially valuable genetic variation, the raw material for crop improvement, remains untapped on genebank shelves, at a time when challenges to crop production are unprecedented. Genebanks should NOT be museums. They should enable breeders worldwide to use high-value genetic diversity to meet tomorrow’s challenges
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Language: English
Publisher: CIMMYT
Publisher: SAGARPA
Publisher: CGIAR
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Type: Presentation
Place of Publication: Hyderabad (India)
Pages: 28
Program: Global Wheat Program
Program: Global Maize Program
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    Genetic Resources including germplasm collections, wild relatives, genotyping, genomics, and IP

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