Iran agricultural biodiversity project was presented at CGRFA Special Seminar on Biodiversity for Food and Agriculture.
On behalf of CENESTA, Maryam Rahmanian presented the work on evolutionary plant breeding in Iran at the Special Seminar of the Commission on Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture (CGRFA) in Rome, April 13, 2013: “Biodiversity for food and agriculture, ecosystems and human livelihood“.
The special seminar was held on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the Commission and was aimed at discussing issues of relevance for the first State of the World’s Biodiversity report, to be prepared for 2017.
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Responses to “CGRFA Special Seminar on Biodiversity for Food and Agriculture”
Dear Tayfun Ozkaya,
Thanks for your comment. You can find more information about Cenesta’s activities related to plant breeding on this page:
I will also send you an e-mail in private with the contact for the person who is specialised in plant breeding at Cenesta.
I liked very much your researches depending participatory breeding and evolutionary breeding. I would like to be informed about your activities and documents. I am an agricultural economists in Turkey. Unfortunately the PB is not known in Turkey.
With best wishes.