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The Nordic Gene Bank

, : The Nordic Gene Bank. Integration of conservation strategies of plant genetic resources in Europe Proceedings of an international symposium on plant genetic resources in Europe, held in Gatersleben, Germany, 6-8 December 1993: 82-87

Information on the Nordic Gene Bank is presented in sections covering: background and administration; ex situ conservation; working programme for cereals, fruit crops, potatoes, fodder crops, vegetables, root crops, oil crops, grain legumes, and medicinal plants and herbs; in situ conservation; present and potential users; acquisitions; distribution of germplasm; and international cooperation.

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