Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter: latest issue published

Hot off the electronic press:  the latest issue of the Bioversity/FAO publication Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter no. 155 has been published.

Here is the table of contents;  all articles are freely available for consultation



Geographical distribution of the Andean lupin (Lupinus mutabilis Sweet)
S. Jacobsen (Denmark) and A. Mujica (Peru).

Prospección y colecta de germoplasma silvestre de Phaseolus vulgarisen la zona central de Argentina
S.I. Drewes (Argentina)

Collecting pasture legumes in Israel with a focus on species of importance to southern Australia
R. Snowball (Australia), R. Hadas, S. Galili, Y. Ur (Israel), P. Nichols (Australia) and J. Kigel (Israel).

Prospections et collectes des écotypes de baobab (Adansonia digitata L.) au Mali
H. Sanou, A. Korbo, (Mali) D. Sanogo, (Senegal) J. S. Jensen and A. Raebild (Denmark).

Método rápido y económico para caracterizar clones de yuca a través de marcadores bioquímicos
A. Schmidt, F. Fuenmayor and M. Fuchs (Venezuela).

Assembling a preliminary core collection of Tea (Camellia sinensis (L.) O. Kuntze) genetic resources in Sri Lanka
M.A.B. Ranatungaand M.T.K. Gunesekera (Sri Lanka)..

Germplasm management of Vicia faba L.: Comparative study of the mating system of local and common cultivars growing under different agro-ecological conditions
M.J. Suso (Spain), I. Hunady (Czech Republic), I. Solis (Spain), F. Mondragão-Rodrigues (Portugal) and J. Winkler (Austria).

Locating and managing the mango (Mangifera indica L.) genetic resources in Nepal
A. Subedi, J. Bajracharya, B.K. Joshi, S.R. Gupta, H.N. Regmi and B. Sthapit (Nepal).

Collecting crop genetic resources in the Mediterranean agricultural islands: Lefkada, Ithaca and Kefalonia (Greece)
G. Laghetti, D. Pignone (Italy), K. Hammer (Germany), E. Psarra and S. Samaras (Greece)

Ex situ and in situ management of wild and weedy rice in Nepal using a geographical information system
B.K. Joshi, K.C.H. Bahadur, M.P. Upadhyay, S.R. Gupta (Nepal), B.R. Lu (China), P.N. Mathur (India) and B.R. Sthapit (Nepal)



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