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Re: (TaroGen - Colocasia cv. project) Re: [aroid-l] Arum key project

  • Subject: Re: (TaroGen - Colocasia cv. project) Re: [aroid-l] Arum key project
  • From: The Thaumaturgist asitkghosh@yahoo.com
  • Date: Fri, 25 Apr 2003 01:52:56 -0700 (PDT)

Thank you very very much for sharing this very important
information with us.

--- Eugene Hoh <hohe@symphony.net.au> wrote:
> Dear Dr Mishra, Peter Boyce and all,
> For those interested in Colocasia (or in wider issues
> around biodiversity and
> taxonomy of cultivated plants, and the social relations
> of food crop
> cultivation), and haven't heard of this - I thought I
> should mention TaroGen
> (Taro Genetic Resources: Conservation and Utilisation),
> whose website I
> stumbled across one day. This is an international
> germplasm project for
> cultivated Colocasia centred on the Pacific region, and
> is being carried out by
> the Secretariat for the Pacific Community until the end
> of this year.

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