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ICARDA Compound and GeneBank facilities in Syria remain intact
National Training Workshop on “Building National Capacities in National Plant Genetic Resources Knowledge Network” starts on 8-9 June in Jordan
New evidence of early human agriculture in Jordan
Jordan sign with Egypt 10 agreements on energy, trade, touri
National Training Workshop on “Building National Capacities in National Plant Genetic Resources Knowledge Network”
"08 Jun 2015"
The Training aims Strengthening Linkages, Collaboration and Knowledge Sharing for Developm ...
Middle East wild crops essential for world food security
"29 Sep 2014"
Two areas in Syria have the world’s highest concentration of these crops, known as crop wild relatives (CWR). One area is in Talkalakh in western Syria bordering Lebanon and the other is in As-Suwayda in southern Syria near the bo ....
Choice of species and cultivars for protected cultivation
The choice of species and cultivars for greenhouse production should not rely on single farmer initiatives, but should be the outcome of a coordinated programme that, for a given area, takes ...
Participatory Plant Breeding adding value in Nepal
One approach to benefit sharing involves creating reward and support systems that allow farmers to profit from the contributions they make to the global genetic pool. This can be done by add ...
Dr. Maha Qasim Al-Syouf
Director of biodiversity genetic resources and medicinal herbal plant directorate(NCARE),PGR Project- Jordan National Consultant
Dr. Sobhia Mohammed Saifan
Head of Plant Genetic Resources Unit (PGR) / NCARE, PGR Project- Jordan National Co-ordinator
+962 6 5686151
University of Al-Hussein
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National Center for Agriculture Research and Extension
Morphological Indications for Introgression in Jordanian Wild emmer Wheat, Triticum dicoccoides (Körn. ex Assch.& Graebner.) Schweinf
Morphological characterization of wild emmer wheat “Triticum turgidum sbsp. dicoccoides” populations which were collected from different sites from Jordan were conducted to assess the occurrence of introgression from cultivated durum wheat. Twelve morphological, developmental and productive parameters were measured. The presence...
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