Wild and cultivated Cicer species - different evolutionary paths lead to different phenological strategies that can be exploited to broaden the adaptation of chickpea (C. arietinum L.)

Jens Berger, Neil Turner, R.P. Buck

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationNew Directions for a Diverse Planet
EditorsT. Fisher
Place of PublicationBrisbane, Queensland, Australia
PublisherThe Regional Institute Ltd
PagesNot available - www.cropscience.org.au
Volume1
EditionBrisbane, Queensland,Australia
ISBN (Print)1 920842 20 9
Publication statusPublished - 2004
EventWild and cultivated Cicer species - different evolutionary paths lead to different phenological strategies that can be exploited to broaden the adaptation of chickpea (C. arietinum L.) - Brisbane, Queensland,Australia
Duration: 1 Jan 2004 → …

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ConferenceWild and cultivated Cicer species - different evolutionary paths lead to different phenological strategies that can be exploited to broaden the adaptation of chickpea (C. arietinum L.)
Period1/01/04 → …

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Berger, J., Turner, N., & Buck, R. P. (2004). Wild and cultivated Cicer species - different evolutionary paths lead to different phenological strategies that can be exploited to broaden the adaptation of chickpea (C. arietinum L.). In T. Fisher (Ed.), New Directions for a Diverse Planet (Brisbane, Queensland,Australia ed., Vol. 1, pp. Not available - www.cropscience.org.au). Brisbane, Queensland, Australia: The Regional Institute Ltd.