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Plant Genetic Resources Research Institute

Plant Genetic Resources Research Institute

 

The Plant Genetic Resources Research Institute (PGRRI) is one of the 13 research institutes (CSIR). The Institute was established in 1964 as a section of the Crops Research Institute (CRI) of CSIR and named Plant Introduction Exploration (PIE).

Recent Submissions

  • Bissah, M. N.; Kotey, D. A.; Asante, M. D.; Korle, N.; Agbenyegah, B. (Paa Wills Printing, 2019)
    This catalogue is based on morphological descriptors, and describes the visual expressions of 27 traits: 13 qualitative and 14 quantitative traits derived from International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) / Bioversity ...
  • Darko, M. A.; Amoako-Andoh, F. O.; Traore, S. E.; Bissah, M. N.; Cobbs, J. N. (Springer, Cham, 2019)
    Introduction Rice is the most important food crop in the world. It is a major source of calories for over a half of the world’s population. Unlike other cereals, rice is mainly eaten as whole grain, thus, cooking and ...