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Giménez, M.J., Cosio, F., Martínez, C., Silva, F., Zuleta, A., Martín, L.M. 1997. Collecting Hordeum chilense Roem. et Schult. germplasm in desert and steppe dominions of Chile. Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter 109 :17

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Species”. Valenzano, Bari, Italy, 28–30 March 1994. International Plant Genetic Resources Institute, Rome, pp. 41–48. D’Antuono L.F. Report of the IPGRI

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storage of microtubers. FAO/IBPGR Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter, pp. 17-19. FAO/IBPGR Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter 17 19

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Genome 38 575 585 Nevo, E., Beiles, A., Gutterman, Y., Storch, N., Kaplan, D. (1984): Genetic resources of

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Solar, A., Ivancic, A., Stampar, F. & Hudina, M. (2002): Genetic resources of walnut ( Juglans regia L.) improvement in Slovenia. Evaluation of the largest collection of local genotypes

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Ellis, R. H., Jackson, M. T. 1995: Accession regeneration in genebanks: Seed production environment and the potential longevity of seed accessions. Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter , 102 , 26

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Resources and Crop Evolution , 52 , 787–795. Erci-li S. Rose (Rosa spp.) germplasm resources of Turkey Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution

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. F., Tonielli, R., Del-Pozzo, A. (1996): Image analysis in morphological animal evaluation: a group for the development of new techniques in zoometry. Animal Genetic Resources Information, 20, 71-79. Image analysis in

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Lehmann, L. C. (1991): The use of genetic resources for isolating disease resistance for barley cultivar development. In: Barley Genetics VI , pp. 650-652. Mihãilescu, A., Giura, A. (1999a): Hybrid and triploid progenies from

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518. Thieme, R. (1988/89) An in vitro cultivar collection: microtuberization and storage of microtubers. FAO/BPGR Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter , pp. 17

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