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Introduction to VIR's oat collection: documentation, characterization and evaluation


, : Introduction to VIR's oat collection: documentation, characterization and evaluation. Report of a working group on Avena fourth meeting held at the Agricultural University, Godolo, Hungary, 26 to 28 May 1993: 30-36

The Avena collection of the Vavilov Institute contains 14 123 accessions (12 144 representing cultivars and landraces of 4 cultivated species, and 1979 representing 21 wild and weedy species). Avena genetic resources activities undertaken by the Institute include: collection; classification of species in the genus Avena; identification of duplicates; and computerization of passport and evaluation data.

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