- A germplasm is a collection of genetic resources for an organism. For plants, the germplasm may be stored as a seed collection or, for trees, in a nursery.
- Rice Germplasm
- Proceedings of the. International Symposium on. Rice Germplasm Evaluation and Enhancement.
- Breeding: Incorporation of Exotic Germplasm
- National Germplasm Resources Laboratory
- United States Department of Agriculture. Agricultural Research Service. National Germplasm.
- Strategies for Sustaining Crop Germplasm Preservation
- Consultative Group on. International Agricultural Research. Strategies for Sustaining.
- 60000 corn plants per acre? Seed firm works toward goal
- In the early 1990s, Harry veered Stine from exclusive focus on soybeans and into corn, continuously breeding new germplasm that Stine believes to be the key to great populations and yields.
- For ensuring food security, ICAR-DRDO sign pact for permafrost storage
- Established by DRDO, the high-tech facility ensures storage of the elite germplasm at -4 to -20 degree Celsius temperature with 10-20% moisture. Apart from India, only Norway (Svalbard) has the permafrost storage facility in the world.
- Food Security Gets Research Boost
- The partners will also offer technical training in germplasm, seed selection and climatology, and will disseminate knowledge on climate change.
- Seed bank is key to saving crops
- Daniel Debouck's seed bank holds more than 66000 types of seeds and germ plasm representing a big chunk of the world's biological heritage, including the world's biggest collections of bean and cassava varieties.
- SolRgene: an online database to explore disease resistance genes in tuber
- Potato breeding makes use of germplasm from wild relatives (wild germplasm) to introduce resistances into cultivated potato. The Solanum section Petota comprises tuber-bearing species that are potential donors of new disease resistance genes.
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- Germplasm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- A germplasm is a collection of genetic resources for an organism.
- GRIN NPGS - Germplasm Resources Information Network
- Focused on preserving the genetic diversity of plants by acquiring, preserving, evaluating, documenting and distributing crop germplasms to research scientists.
- germ-plasm theory (biology) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
- germ-plasm theory (biology), concept of the physical basis of heredity expressed by the 19th-century biologist August Weismann.
- National Clonal Germplasm Repository (Corvallis, Oregon) : Home
- May 14, 2011 Information on holdings, scans of antique prints and watercolors of fruit and plants.
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