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The Second Report on THE STATE OF THE WORLD’s PLANT GENETIC RESOURCES FOR FOOD AND AGRICULTURE COMMISSION ON GENETIC RESOURCES FOR FOOD AND AGRICULTURE

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  • Page 4 and 5: Foreword � lant genetic resources
  • Page 6 and 7: Contents Preface xi Acknowledgement
  • Page 8 and 9: 4.5 Crops and traits 103 4.6 Breedi
  • Page 10 and 11: 7.3.1 Accessing germplasm 169 7.3.2
  • Page 12 and 13: 8.5 The growth in area under improv
  • Page 14 and 15: Preface � he first report on The
  • Page 16 and 17: Acknowledgements �he SoWPGR-2 has
  • Page 18: Information was also compiled into
  • Page 21 and 22: xx 2 The state of in situ managemen
  • Page 23 and 24: In many countries there is a need f
  • Page 25: een developed in response to the CB
  • Page 30 and 31: THE STATE OF DIVERSITY 1.1 Introduc
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  • Page 36 and 37: THE STATE OF DIVERSITY plant geneti
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    THE STATE OF DIVERSITY genetics. Is

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    Chapter 2 The state of in situ mana

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    CHAPTER 2 for example, completed an

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    CHAPTER 2 In an assessment of the e

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    CHAPTER 2 a study 53 on the establi

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    TABLE 2.1 (continued) Summary of 14

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    CHAPTER 2 maintained in farmers’

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    CHAPTER 2 hobby or other non-commer

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    CHAPTER 2 trends 84 including the o

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    46 CHAPTER 2 • specific research

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    48 CHAPTER 2 Jackson, M. (Eds.) Man

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    50 CHAPTER 2 L., Herrera-Montoya, M

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    Chapter 3 The state of ex situ cons

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    56 CHAPTER 3 THE SECOND REPORT ON T

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    58 CHAPTER 3 THE SECOND REPORT ON T

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    CHAPTER 3 conserved germplasm durin

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    CHAPTER 3 TABLE 3.2 Holders of the

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    CHAPTER 3 TABLE 3.2 (continued) Hol

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    CHAPTER 3 number of ex situ accessi

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    68 CHAPTER 3 THE SECOND REPORT ON T

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    CHAPTER 3 by different stakeholders

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    72 CHAPTER 3 TABLE 3.5 Germplasm ho

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    CHAPTER 3 than in seed genebanks an

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    CHAPTER 3 usually within their own

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    CHAPTER 3 and characterization data

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    CHAPTER 3 ready to adopt the same i

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    CHAPTER 3 The extent to which selec

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    84 CHAPTER 3 FIGURE 3.7 Distributio

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    CHAPTER 3 TABLE 3.8 Botanical garde

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    88 CHAPTER 3 vegetatively propagate

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    90 CHAPTER 3 41 BGCI. 2009. Availab

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    THE STATE OF USE 4.1 Introduction I

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    THE STATE OF USE available evaluati

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    THE STATE OF USE plant breeders 8 b

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    THE STATE OF USE FIGURE 4.4 Major c

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    THE STATE OF USE 4.5 Crops and trai

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    THE STATE OF USE TABLE 4.4 Major ob

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    THE STATE OF USE with specific dist

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    THE STATE OF USE produced within

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    THE STATE OF USE often relied on di

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    THE STATE OF USE Cuba, for example,

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    THE STATE OF USE be affected and sy

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    THE STATE OF USE • more investmen

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    THE STATE OF USE 47 Op cit. Endnote

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    THE STATE OF NATIONAL PROGRAMMES, T

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    THE STATE OF NATIONAL PROGRAMMES, T

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    THE STATE OF NATIONAL PROGRAMMES, T

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    THE STATE OF NATIONAL PROGRAMMES, T

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    THE STATE OF NATIONAL PROGRAMMES, T

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    THE STATE OF NATIONAL PROGRAMMES, T

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    THE STATE OF NATIONAL PROGRAMMES, T

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    THE STATE OF NATIONAL PROGRAMMES, T

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    THE STATE OF NATIONAL PROGRAMMES, T

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    THE STATE OF REGIONAL AND INTERNATI

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    THE STATE OF REGIONAL AND INTERNATI

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    THE STATE OF REGIONAL AND INTERNATI

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    THE STATE OF REGIONAL AND INTERNATI

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    THE STATE OF REGIONAL AND INTERNATI

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    THE STATE OF REGIONAL AND INTERNATI

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    THE STATE OF REGIONAL AND INTERNATI

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    THE STATE OF REGIONAL AND INTERNATI

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    THE STATE OF REGIONAL AND INTERNATI

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    THE STATE OF REGIONAL AND INTERNATI

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    ACCESS TO PGR, THE SHARING OF BENEF

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    ACCESS TO PGR, THE SHARING OF BENEF

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    ACCESS TO PGR, THE SHARING OF BENEF

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    ACCESS TO PGR, THE SHARING OF BENEF

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    ACCESS TO PGR, THE SHARING OF BENEF

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    ACCESS TO PGR, THE SHARING OF BENEF

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    ACCESS TO PGR, THE SHARING OF BENEF

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    Chapter 8 The contribution of Plant

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    CHAPTER 8 water, fossil fuels and o

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    CHAPTER 8 include such things as nu

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    188 CHAPTER 8 THE SECOND REPORT ON

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    CHAPTER 8 become more productive, a

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    CHAPTER 8 have the potential to mak

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    194 CHAPTER 8 FIGURE 8.5 The growth

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    196 CHAPTER 8 Box 8.3 FAO Initiativ

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    CHAPTER 8 production is responsible

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    200 CHAPTER 8 22 In some cases wome

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    Annex 1 List of countries that prov

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    206 ANNEX 1 THE SECOND REPORT ON TH

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    ANNEX 1 Countries Country reports C

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    REGIONAL DISTRIBUTION OF COUNTRIES

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    Appendix 1 Status by country of nat

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    220 APPENDIX 1 AFRICA WEST AFRICA P

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    AFRICA SOUTHERN AFRICA 222 APPENDIX

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    AFRICA INDIAN OCEAN ISLANDS 224 APP

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    AMERICAS CENTRAL AMERICA AND MEXICO

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    AMERICAS CARIBBEAN (continued) 228

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    ASIA AND THE PACIFIC SOUTHEAST ASIA

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    ASIA AND THE PACIFIC PACIFIC 232 AP

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    EUROPE WESTERN EUROPE 234 APPENDIX

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    EUROPE EASTERN EUROPE 236 APPENDIX

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    NEAR EAST WEST ASIA 238 APPENDIX 1

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    Appendix 2 Major germplasm collecti

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    244 APPENDIX 2 TABLE A2 Germplasm c

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    246 APPENDIX 2 TABLE A2 Germplasm c

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    248 APPENDIX 2 TABLE A2 Germplasm c

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    250 APPENDIX 2 TABLE A2 Germplasm c

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    252 APPENDIX 2 TABLE A2 Germplasm c

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    256 APPENDIX 2 TABLE A2 Germplasm c

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    258 APPENDIX 2 TABLE A2 Germplasm c

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    260 APPENDIX 2 TABLE A2 Germplasm c

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    262 APPENDIX 2 TABLE A2 Germplasm c

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    264 APPENDIX 2 TABLE A2 Germplasm c

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    266 APPENDIX 2 TABLE A2 Germplasm c

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    268 APPENDIX 2 TABLE A2 Germplasm c

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    270 APPENDIX 2 TABLE A2 Germplasm c

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    272 APPENDIX 2 TABLE A2 Germplasm c

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    274 APPENDIX 2 TABLE A2 Germplasm c

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    276 APPENDIX 2 TABLE A2 Germplasm c

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    278 APPENDIX 2 TABLE A2 Germplasm c

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    280 APPENDIX 2 TABLE A2 Germplasm c

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    282 APPENDIX 2 TABLE A2 Germplasm c

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    Appendix 3 The state-of-the-art: me

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    APPENDIX 3 both the generation and

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    APPENDIX 3 of progeny from mutation

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    APPENDIX 3 For instance, DArT marke

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    APPENDIX 3 Trinidad and Tobago, ove

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    APPENDIX 3 Cartagena Protocol on Bi

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    APPENDIX 3 of mitigating factors in

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    300 APPENDIX 3 Schrader, J., Segerm

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    302 APPENDIX 3 Henry, R. 2006. DNA

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    STATE OF DIVERSITY OF MAJOR AND MIN

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    STATE OF DIVERSITY OF MAJOR AND MIN

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    STATE OF DIVERSITY OF MAJOR AND MIN

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    Abbreviations and acronyms AARI Aeg

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    CARDI Caribbean Agricultural Resear

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    CRAGXPP Département de Lutte Biolo

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    FRUCTUS Association Suisse pour la

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    ICRISAT International Crops Researc

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    INRENARE Instituto Nacional de Recu

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    MHRP Main Highlands Research Progra

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    PhilRice Philippine Rice Research I

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    SCAPP Scientific Centre of Agricult

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    UNCED United Nations Conference on

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    Plant genetic resources provide a b

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