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Wheat for food security in Africa: book of abstracts
Wheat for food security in Africa conference: Science and policy dialogue about the future of wheat in Africa
Semidwarf bread wheats: names, parentages, pedigrees, and origins
One of CIMMYT's primary functions is to produce germplasm for use by cooperating national crop improvement programs. In the development of wheat germplasm, emphasis is given to producing advanced materials that can be ...
International mycotoxin conference mycored 2010
(CIMMYT; Universiti Sains Malaysia, 2010)
This Book of Abstracts and Programme contains information on the Global Mycotoxin Reduction Strategies: Asia and Pacific Rim, held in Penang, Malaysia, 1-4 December 2010.
8th International symposium on mycosphaerella and stagonospora diseases of cereals: book of abstracts
Abstract Book of the VIII International Symposium on Cereal Diseases by Mycosphaerella and Stagonospora held in Mexico City, Mexico, from September 10 to 14, 2011.
Proceedings of the 1st International Workshop of the wheat yield consortium
The abstracts herein are of presentations by crop experts for the workshop ?Wheat Yield consortium: Sponsored by SAGARPA?s international strategic component for increasing wheat performance, under the Sustainable Modernization ...
Problems and prospects of the Triticale option for Kenya
(CIMMYT; KARI, 1992)
Triticale was introduced into Kenya in 1967. Since then its production has been promoted to supplement wheat in low potential areas where conditions are marginal for wheat production. Triticale has been regarded as a ...
Newsletter / Bulletin
Wheat: a strategic crop for Africa
(CIMMYT; ICARDA; IFPRI; CGIAR, [2012?])
Increasing yield potential in wheat: breaking the barriers. Proceedings of a workshop held in Ciudad Obregon, Sonora, Mexico
CIMMYT's focus on developing wheat varieties that produce higher and more stable yields has made a tremendous difference in the lives of millions of people in the developing world. In the mid 1960s, the dramatic increases ...
Fusarium head scab: global status and future prospects
Fusarium head scab of wheat was first reported in England around 1884; however, scab is generally more important in warm and humid areas. The various fusaria that cause scab are among the most variable and insidious fungi. ...
1995/96 World wheat facts and trends: understanding global trends in the use of wheat diversity and international flows of wheat genetic resources
This document describes wheat's origins and the flows of germplasm between various regions of the world. It summarizes some of the tools biological and social scientists use to measure genetic diversity. It examines patterns ...