Conservation of Tropical Fruit Tree Genetic Resources with a Focus on Utilization

by V. Ramanatha Rao
ISBN: 9789358874167 | Binding: Hardback | Pages: 40 | Language: English | Year of Publishing: 2023
Length: 152 mm | Breadth: 7.08 mm | Height: 229 mm | Imprint: ATPBR
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tropical fruits, conservation, genetaic resources


ATPBR is a registered not-for-profit Foundation, based in India, which works in close collaboration with Seed Industry, Institutions, NGOs, and Government bodies, to impart training in plant breeding to develop future-ready plant breeders. It is India's leading networking training organization, with full-fledged expertise and resources for capacity building, market linkages, policy advocacy, and project management. Main objective of ATPBR is to develop a sustainable and thriving agricultural system to serve farmers, support emerging entrepreneurs and assist industries to build market-driven competencies in Human Resources. ATPBR is open to collaborate with diverse range of organizations, academic and research institutions, NGOs, independent professionals and aspire to meet the intellectual needs to make crop improvement an attractive and lucrative domain for all concerned.

About The WebCon Series

ATPBR is bringing eminent plant breeders who have achieved laurels in not just science of plant breeding, but have excelled in other related areas like policy, administration, etc., to meet practicing and potential plant breeders on a platform called ATPBR Webinar series regularly every month. These Web-based Conferences (WebCon) have been hugely successful as seen by the numbers of participants from India and outside of India. The WebCon series captures the presentations in a published format which includes key messages delivered by the speakers. These are available on the ATPBR website.

V. Ramanatha Rao, Former Senior Scientist, Bioversity International  and Co-Founder, GRSV Consulting Services

Conservation of Tropical Fruit Tree Genetic Resources with a Focus on Utilization

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