Inferring seed exchange between farmers from population genetic structure of barley landrace Arabi Aswad from Northern Syria

@article{Parzies2004InferringSE,
  title={Inferring seed exchange between farmers from population genetic structure of barley landrace Arabi Aswad from Northern Syria},
  author={Heiko K. Parzies and Willemijn Spoor and Richard A Ennos},
  journal={Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution},
  year={2004},
  volume={51},
  pages={471-478}
}
Apart from their significance in genetic conservation, barley landraces are still favoured by local farmers in low-input farming systems. They often perform more predictably under adverse conditions than modern cultivars due to local adaptation. Increased seed exchange between farmers may put adaptation of local populations of barley landraces at risk. Isozyme markers were used to investigate differentiation and infer gene flow between local populations of barley landrace Arabi Aswad in… CONTINUE READING
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