New books in the library

In need of some summer reading? Take a look at the interesting new books now available at the Bioversity Library.

Sahai, S.; Mahanta, B.; Ahmed, W. 2005. Farmers’ perception of agrobiodiversity: a study in
North India.
New Delhi (India): Gene Campaign. 41 p., graphs.

Call No: 631.14(540) Sa1


Nazarea, V.D. 1998. Cultural memory and biodiversity. Tucson, AZ (USA): Univ. of Arizona Press.
xiv, 190 p., tables, diagrs. ISBN: 0-8165-1681-2.

Call No: 574 N11


National Research Council, Washington, DC (USA). 2008. Lost crops of Africa. Vol. III: Fruits.
Washington, DC (USA): National Academies Press. 354 p., ill. ISBN: 978-0-309-10596-5.

Call No: 581.6 N214


Amend, T.; Brown, J.; Kothari, A.; Phillips, A.; Stolton, S. (eds.) 2008. Protected landscapes and
agrobiodiversity values. Values of Protected Landscapes and Seascapes. Vol. 1.
(Germany): IUCN/GTZ. 139 p., ill., maps, tables.

Call No: 502.211:574.1 Am3


Krattiger, A.; Mahoney, R.T.; Nelsen, L.; Thomson, J.A.; Bennett, A.B.; Satyanarayana, K.; Graff,
G.D.; Fernandez, C.; Kowalski, S.P. 2007. Intellectual property management in health and
agricultural innovation: a handbook of best practices. Executive guide.
Oxford (UK):
MIHR/PIPRA/Oswaldo Cruz Foundation/Biodevelopments International Inst.. xxv, 214 p. ISBN: 978-1-
Notes: Includes CD-ROM.

Call No: 347.77:63 K85


Freer-Smith, P.H.; Broadmeadow, M.S.J.; Lynch, J.M. (eds.) 2008. Forestry and climate change
Wallingford (UK): CABI. xv, 253 p., maps, graphs. ISBN: 978-1-84593-294-7.

Call No: 634.9:551.5 F87


Maxted, N.; Iriondo, J.M.; Dulloo, E.; Ford-Lloyd, B.V.; Kell, S.P.; Turok, J. (eds.) 2008. Crop wild
relative conservation and use.
Wallingford (UK): CABI. xxvii, 682 p., tables, maps. ISBN: 978-1-

Call No: 631.526 M45

Rios Labrada, H. (ed.) 2006. [Farmers improve their crops]. Los agricultores mejoran cultivos.
[Participatory Crop Improvement]
La Habana (Cuba): INCA. 300 p., ill., tables. ISBN: 959-7023-33-4.
Notes: Fitomejoramiento Participativo Series.

Call No: 631.5 R35


International Bank for Reconstruction and
Development (IBRD), Washington, DC (USA). 2007. Cultivating knowledge and skills to grow
African agriculture: a synthesis of an institutional, regional, and international review.
Bank Report No. 40997-AFR. Washington, DC (USA): IBRD. xviii, 97 p., tables.

Call No: 377:63(6) In8

N.B. Book loans are only available to Bioversity staff.


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Maintained by staff at Bioversity International Library, this blog aims to provide readers with updates on new information resources within the field of plant genetic resources (PGR), agrobiodiversity and conservation; [with a little fun thrown in as well].
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