The Triticeae genetic resources of central Italy: collection, evaluation and conservation.

@article{Porfiri2001TheTG,
  title={The Triticeae genetic resources of central Italy: collection, evaluation and conservation.},
  author={O. Porfiri and Renzo Torricelli and D D Silveri and Roberto Papa and Gianni Barcaccia and V Negri},
  journal={Hereditas},
  year={2001},
  volume={135 2-3},
  pages={187-92}
}
One hundred and six landraces belonging to 7 species of the Triticeae tribe were collected in central Italy by DBVBA (Perugia University), DIBIAGA (Ancona University) and ARSSA (Abruzzo Region Agricultural Development Agency) in different individual and joint missions. A few accessions were supplied by private and other public organisations. Triticum dicoccum Schubler is the most widespread species, followed by T. aestivum L., T. monococcum L., T. spelta L., T. turgidum var. durum Desf., Secale… CONTINUE READING

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