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Title

Catalogue of bean genetic resources

AuthorsAmurrio, Juana Marina ; Santalla Ferradás, Marta ; Ron Pedreira, Antonio Miguel de
Issue Date2001
PublisherCSIC - Misión Biológica de Galicia (MBG)
CitationCatalogue of bean genetic resources (2001)
AbstractOne of the tasks of the PHASELIEU project was to elaborate a “CATALOGUE OF BEAN GENETIC RESOURCES ”.Therefore, as a first step in this job, the PHASELIEU coordinators (partner 1) elaborated a survey which was presented to the PHASELIEU partners in the FIFTH PHASELIEU WORKSHOP in Hannover-Germany (October 21-22, 2000) to get their suggestions and their approval. “The Questionaire Sheet Form” was one of the results of this meeting. Thereby, this survey was sent to everyobody who keeps any collection of Phaseolus beans and/or is invo l ved in Phaseolus bean germplasm and breeding in Europe. Additionally, information was requested from all the european BIC (Bean Improvement Cooperative) members (the Bean Improvement Cooperative (BIC) is a voluntary and informal organization to effect the exchange of information and materials for the improvement of bean production world wide. Members include scientists, students, private organizations and lay-people interested in bean research ) . The editors of this Catalogue got information from many researches who are involved in Phaseolus bean germplasm and breeding. Likewise, some public organizations/institutions did not answer the survey. Therefore, for the institutions to which the editors did not have any data, they were compiled from: Maggioni, L., M. Ambrose, R. Schachl and E. Lipman, compilers. 2000. Report of a Working Group on Grain Legumes, Second meeting, 1-3 October 1998, Norwich, United Kingdom. International Plant Genetic Resources Institute, Rome, Italy. About ninety surveys were delivered by e-mail, fax and ordinary mail to different European countries. Five months later it is a pleasure to present this catalogue as a task that it was well done.
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