Vegetatively propagated Allium colle…

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Vegetatively propagated Allium collection

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Scientists from INRA (French national agronomic research institute) have collected old populations of shallot and garlic that were cultivated in France regions in the last centuries. This genetic material is maintained as field produced bulbs. Passport data for these genotypes have been recorded when available. Bulbs maintained by INRA are available under demand.

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Date range: Jan 1, 1960 - Jan 1, 1960

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Florence Esnault
Scientist
INRA UE RGCO INRA Domaine de Kéraïber 29260 Ploudaniel Bretagne France 33 2 29 62 63 17
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Florence Esnault
Scientist
INRA UE RGCO INRA Domaine de Kéraïber 29260 Ploudaniel Bretagne France 33 2 29 62 63 17
Originator
Florence Esnault
Scientist
INRA UE RGCO INRA Domaine de Kéraïber 29260 Ploudaniel Bretagne France 33 2 29 62 63 17

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Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique (INRA)

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Sep 2, 2014

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Aug 8, 2014

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Florence Esnault
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INRA UE RGCO INRA Domaine de Kéraïber 29260 Ploudaniel Bretagne France 33 2 29 62 63 17

References

ESNAULT F., 2001. Allium genetic resources at INRA-Ploudaniel, France. ECP/GR, European collections of vegetatively propagated Allium, Report of a Workshop, 21-22 May 2001, Gatersleben, Germany, 28-29.

KELLER E.R.J., ZANKE C., STAVILIKOVA H., ZAMEENIK J., KOTLINSKA T., MICCOLIS V., KIK C., ESNAULT F., KOLODINSKA A., FISCHER D., ASTLEY D., 2007. First steps of integrating Europe's genetic resources in garlic and shallot in a new GENRES project. 5th International ISHS Symposium on Edible Alliaceae, 29 october – 1 november 2007, Lelystad, the Netherlands. Communication orale.

Keller E.R.J., Zanke C.D., Blattner F.R., Stavelikova H., Zamecnik J., Kotlinska T., Miccolis V., Kik C., Esnault F., Solberg S. (2012). EURALLIVEG: Establishment of a European core collection by cryopreservation and virus elimination in garlic. Proc. 6th International Symposium on Edible Alliaceae, (20 – 24 May 2012, Fukuoka, Japon), Ed. T. Wako, Acta Hort., 969, ISHS 2012, 319-327.