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The need for a biotecnological approach in plantation crop research Biotechnology: enhancing research on tropical crops in Africa

By: Robertson, A.I | Thottappilly, G | Monti, L.M | Mohan Raj, D.R | Moore, A.W | Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation, Wageningen (Países Bajos) | IITA, Ibadan (Nigeria).
Material type: ArticleArticlePublisher: Ibadan (Nigeria) IITA 1992Description: p. 39-43.Subject(s): BIOTECNOLOGIA | PROPAGACION DE PLANTAS | FITOMEJORAMIENTO | PAISES EN DESARROLLOSummary: The gaps in available techniques to rapidly propagate plantation crops, especially in relation to the needs of developing countries, are discussed in this paper. The author suggests that each country would need to gradually build up its own capability, learning from the problems encountered in its indigenous crops
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The gaps in available techniques to rapidly propagate plantation crops, especially in relation to the needs of developing countries, are discussed in this paper. The author suggests that each country would need to gradually build up its own capability, learning from the problems encountered in its indigenous crops

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