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- Contains open access
- ISSN: 1479-2621 (Print), 1479-263X (Online)
- Editors: Dr Sarah de Vos New Heritage Barley Ltd., UK, and Dr Chris Ridout John Innes Centre, UK
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The journal features research on a wide range of species, including major crops such as wheat, and underutilized species such as African yam bean. Many papers reveal novel sources of diversity for crop improvement, as well as showcase improved methods of molecular characterization. Articles on genetic erosion and conservation of farmers’ varieties and crop wild relatives also feature prominently.
Plant Genetic Resources serves the interests of all stakeholders concerned with plant genetic resources conservation and sustainable use—including researchers, plant breeders, farmers, conservation practitioners, and policymakers. The journal is global in scope, reflecting the inter-dependency of countries and regions on plant genetic resources for food, nutrition, economic, and livelihood security.
- 04 April 2019,
- Crop wild relatives are wild plant species that are relatively closely related to cultivated crops and include the ancestors of cultivated crops. Crop wild...
- 02 April 2019,
- While there is a growing interest in the use of pea seeds and their constituents as food ingredients, delivering both novelty and health benefits, challenges...