Characterization and evaluation of traditional and wild coriander in Alentejo (Portugal)

@inproceedings{Lopes2017CharacterizationAE,
  title={Characterization and evaluation of traditional and wild coriander in Alentejo (Portugal)},
  author={Eduardo Jacob Lopes and Nelson Farinha and Orlanda P{\'o}voa},
  year={2017}
}
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Wild coriander: an untapped genetic resource for future coriander breeding

This study documented the existence of wild coriander accessions that are markedly different from the cultivated genotypes and illustrates two theories for their origin: 1) they are a separate subset or outliers in the C. sativum species that may have escaped domestication and 2) they represent the ancestor of the modern corianders crop.

Optimization of coriander nutrition on leached chernozem of Central Caucasus

During the three-year field experiments, the influence of types and combinations of doses of mineral fertilizers was studied and the seed productivity of coriander when growing on leached chernozem of the Central Caucasus was established.

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