The PGR networks in France: Collaboration of users and the genetic resource centre on small grain cereals

@article{Didier2012ThePN,
  title={The PGR networks in France: Collaboration of users and the genetic resource centre on small grain cereals},
  author={Audrey Didier and Louise Bardy and Edouard Boulat and Jean Louis Koenig and A. Lapierre and Florence Exbrayat and Jacques Bordes and François Balfourier},
  journal={Russian Journal of Genetics: Applied Research},
  year={2012},
  volume={2},
  pages={291-297}
}
Plant genetic resources (PGR) have been used in breeding programs for many decades to produce modern varieties by introducing genes of interest, in particular, resistance genes. Nevertheless, these resources remain underestimated if we focus on abiotic stress tolerance or new agricultural techniques, which consider productivity with regard to the environment. In recent years, new users, such as scientists and farmers, have discovered diverse sources of interest for screening and exploiting… CONTINUE READING

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