State of ex situ conservation of landrace groups of 25 major crops

Citation: Ramirez-Villegas, J.; Khoury, C.K.; Achicanoy, H.A.; Diaz, M.V.; Mendez, A.C.; Sosa, C.C.; Kehel, Z.; Guarino, L.; Abberton, M.; Aunario, J.; Al Awar, B.; Alarcon, J.C.; Amri, A.; Anglin, N.L.; Azevedo, V.; Aziz, K.; Capilit, G.L.; Chavez, O.; Chebotarov, D.; Costich, D.E.; Debouck, D.G.; Ellis, D.; Falalou, H.; Fiu, A.; Ghanem, M.E.; Giovannini, P.; Goungoulou, A.J.; Gueye, B.; El Hobyb, A.I.; Jamnadass, R.; Jones, C.S.; Kpeki, B.; Lee, J-S.; McNally, K.L.; Muchugi, A.; Ndjiondjop, M-N.; Oyatomi, O.; Payne, T.S.; Ramachandran, S.; Rossel, G.; Roux, N.; Ruas, M.; Sansaloni, C.; Sardos, J.; Setiyono, T.D.; Tchamba, M.; van den Houwe, I.; Velazquez, J.A.; Venuprasad, R.; Wenzl, P.; Yazbek, M.; Zavala, C. (2022) State of ex situ conservation of landrace groups of 25 major crops. Nature Plants, Online first paper (09 May 2022). 22 p. ISSN: 2055-0278
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