Biodiversity, implications for global food security
Macmillan India, 1993 - Biodiversity conservation - 326 pages
The book focuses on agricultural research thrusts in the nineties and beyond for increasing food production and, also, for generating more jobs and income.
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N I VAVILOV AND BIOLOGICAL
100th Birth Anniversary of Academician
Towards a Network of Vavilov Centres of Diversity
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