New books for Bioversity Library

Here’s a listing of some more new additions to our library:


Badstue, L.B. 2006. Smallholder seed practices: maize seed management in the Central Valleys of Oaxaca, Mexico. Wageningen (The Netherlands): Wageningen Univ.. xiv, 327 p., ill. ISBN: 90-8504-502-9.
Notes: Wageningen Univ. thesis. Contains summary in Dutch. 2 copies..
Call No: 631.53(72) B14

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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

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Oberndorf, R.; Durst, P.; Mahanty, S.; Burslem, K.; Suzuki, R. 2007. A cut for the poor. Proceedings of the International Conference on Managing Forests for Poverty Reduction: Capturing Opportunities in Forest Harvesting and Wood Processing for the Benefit of the Poor, Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam, 3-6 October 2006. RAP Publication 2007 No. 9. Bangkok (Thailand): FAO. xxi, 247 p., col. ill., tables. ISBN: 978-974-7946-97-0.
Call No: 634.96 Ob2

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Musselman, L.J. 2007. Figs, dates, laurel, and myrrh: plants of the Bible and the Quran. Portland, OR (USA): Timber Press. 336 p., col. front., col. ill. ISBN: 978-0-88192-855-6.
Call No: 581.9 M97

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Andersen, R.
2006. Governing agrobiodiversity: international regimes, plant genetics and developing countries. Oslo (Norway): Univ. of Oslo. xx, 537 p.
Notes: Dissertation submitted to the Dept. of Political Science, Univ. of Oslo.
Call No: 341.24:63 An1

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