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- Rymbai, H.; Roy, A. R.; Deshmukh, N. A.; Jha, A. K.; Shimray, W.; War, G. F.; Ngachan, S. V.
- Genetic resources and crop evolution 2016 v.63 no.1 pp. 125-139
- Calamus; Docynia; Elaeagnus; Myrica; Prunus; Pyrus; Rhus; Viburnum; abiotic stress; climatic factors; farmers; food security; fruit crops; fruits; genes; habitats; hills; population growth; population size; surveys; India
- ... Several wild indigenous fruit crops which are rare in other part of the world grow favourably and naturally in the foothills track of Eastern Himalayas due to suitable geo-climatic conditions. These wild fruits are Padus napaulensis (Ser. ex DC.) Schneider, Elaeagnus latifolia L., Myrica esculenta Buch.-Ham. ex D. Don, Baccaurea ramiflora Lour., Pyrus pashia Hamilton ex D. Don, Calamus meghalayens ...
- Teshome, Awegechew; Patterson, Daniel; Asfaw, Zemede; Dalle, Sarah; Torrance, J. Kenneth
- Genetic resources and crop evolution 2016 v.63 no.1 pp. 55-77
- Sorghum bicolor; agricultural land; farmers; issues and policy; landraces; microhabitats; planting; population growth; seasonal variation; selection criteria; Ethiopia
- ... Temporal and spatial changes in sorghum landrace diversity and distribution, field sizes, and farmers’ selection criteria were studied in five agricultural landscapes in North Shewa and South Wollo, Ethiopia. The study was undertaken during 2000/2001 and 2011/2012 cropping seasons in order to ascertain the stability of a range of factors that support the maintenance of sorghum landrace diversity. ...