Citrus Genetic Resources in California: Analysis and Recommendations for Long-Term Conservation

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Full document (76 pages): 19.8Mb

Inside cover pages (2 pages, color): 652Kb

Title page and contents (4 pages): 79Kb

Preface and Executive Summary (12 pages): 110Kb

Ch. 1: Introduction (2 pages): 27Kb

Ch. 2: Background (12 pages): 18Mb

Ch. 3: Citrus genetic resources in California (8 pages): 851Kb

Ch. 4: US citrus genetic resources outside of California (2 pages): 42Kb

Ch. 5: International citrus genetic resources (4 pages): 138Kb

Ch. 6: Analysis and recommendations in support of citrus genetic resources in California (8 pages): 857Kb

Ch. 7: Literature cited (4 pages): 100Kb

Appendix 1: Holdings of the University of California, Riverside Citrus Variety Collection (CVC) (16 pages): 164Kb

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