Biogeography of Wild Arachis : Assessing Conservation Status and Setting Future Priorities

@inproceedings{Jarvis2003BiogeographyOW,
  title={Biogeography of Wild Arachis : Assessing Conservation Status and Setting Future Priorities},
  author={Andy Jarvis and M E Ferguson and David E. Williams and Luigi Guarino and Peter Glynne ‐ Jones and H. Tom Stalker and Jos{\'e} F. M. Valls and Roy N. Pittman and Charles E. Simpson and Paula J. Bramel},
  year={2003}
}
plant species are threatened globally, equivalent to some 12.5% of the estimated world flora. Other estimates The conservation status of wild Arachis spp. is not well charactersuggest that 25 to 35% of plant genetic diversity could ized for its maintenance and possible future exploitation for the improvement of cultivated peanut, Arachis hypogaea L. Our objectives be lost in the next 20 yr. Those taxa that include crop were to use 2175 georeferenced observations of wild peanut (Arachis species… CONTINUE READING
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