Barley French National Collection

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Barley French National Collection

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Scientists from INRA (French national agronomic research institute) and breeders from French seed companies have collected some barley accessions representatives of French cultivar. Passport data for these genotypes have been recorded when available. These genetics resources are maintained in seed genebank by INRA and are available under request.

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Administrative contact
François Balfourier
Scientist
INRA INRA - UMR 1095 GDEC 63039 Clermont-Ferrand Auvergne France 33 4 73 62 43 46
Metadata author
Audrey Didier
Scientist
INRA INRA - UMR 1095 GDEC 63039 Clermont-Ferrand Auvergne France 33 4 73 62 43 90
Originator
François Balfourier
Scientist
INRA INRA - UMR 1095 GDEC 63039 Clermont-Ferrand Auvergne France 33 4 73 62 43 46

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Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique (INRA)

Publication Date

Aug 13, 2014

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Aug 13, 2014

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Administrative contact
Audrey Didier
Scientist
INRA INRA - UMR 1095 GDEC 63039 Clermont-Ferrand Auvergne France 33 4 73 62 43 90

References

Didier A., Deloche M., Bardy L., Balfourier F., 2013. Genetic Resources Centre on Small Grain Cereals, PGR Secure FP7, Wageningen, The Netherlands,November 25-29

Didier A., Bardy L., Boulat E., Koenig J., Lapierre A., Exbrayat F., Bordes J., Balfourier F ; 2012 – The PGR Networks in France: Collaboration of users and the genetic resources centre on small grain cereals, Russian journal of genetics: applied research 16(1): 52-60