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General References on World Food Crops

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Unit 1 - Early Agriculture and Development
Unit 2 - Genetics, Evolution, & Selection
Unit 3 - Centers of Diversity & Crop Adaptation
Unit 4 - Classification of Crops and Their Role in Human Nutrition
Unit 5 - Genetic Resources and Biodiversity
Unit 6 - International Crop Improvement Strategies
Unit 7 - Wheat - Triticum aestivum and Related Species
Unit 8 - Rice
Unit 9 - Barley, Rye & Oats
Unit 10 - Soybean, Groundnut, and Dry Beans
Unit 11 - Maize (Zea mays L.)
Unit 12 - Sorghum and Millets
Unit 13 - Sugarcane, Sugar beet
Unit 14 - Oil Crops
Unit 15 - Potato
Unit 16 - Cassava, Sweetpotato, and Yams
Unit 17 - Tomato, Cabbage, and other Vegetable Crops
Unit 20 - World Food Crops and Food Security

General References on World Food Crops

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Early Agriculture and Development

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Genetics, Evolution, & Selection

Centers of Diversity & Crop Adaptation

 

 

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Classification of Crops and Their Role in Human Nutrition

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Genetic Resources and Biodiversity

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International Crop Improvement Strategies

 

 

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Wheat - Triticum aestivum and Related Species

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Rice

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Barley, Rye & Oats

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Soybean, Groundnut, and Dry Beans

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Maize (Zea mays L.)

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Sorghum and Millets

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Sugarcane and Sugar beet

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Oil Crops

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Potato

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Cassava, Sweetpotato, and Yams

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Tomato, Cabbage, and other Vegetable Crops

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World Food Crops and Food Security

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