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Progress report of the International Database for Beta (IDBB)

, : Progress report of the International Database for Beta (IDBB). International Beta genetic resoures network A report on the 2nd International Beta Genetic Resources Workshop held at the Institute for Crop Science and Plant Breeding, Braunschweig, Germany, 24-28 June 1991: ix-xxiv

Progress since it was decided to establish the IDBB in early 1989 is summarized. Between 1989 and April 1991 the IDBB received passport data on 1431 accessions, raising the total number of accessions for which data are held to 8306. Data sets were received from a wide range of countries; each time the information was updated duplicates were identified.

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