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Scientist Spotlight: Jutta Werner on Drylands, Publications, and International Life
Interview with Dr. Jutta Werner
WLI Newsletter: August issue
This newsletter highlights WLI project achievements, collaborations and upcoming meetings.
Assessing the Impacts of the GAFTA Agreement on Selected Members’ bilateral Agricultural Trade: an Application of the Gravity Model
Trade flows of agricultural commodities have always received a lot of attention in the Arab region, mainly due to their implications on food security, politics and competition. Most international trade theories postulate ...
WLI Newsletter: July Issue
The second quarter featured a number of activities including the evaluation of the Initiative in Egypt, Jordan and Palestine; the hiring of a new WLI manager Dr. Caroline King who assumed her position on June 6, 2012; and ...
The Impact of International and National Investment in Barley Germplasm Improvement in the Developing Countries
Barley grain is used for animal feed, malt and food for human consumption. Archaeological evidence shows that barley was used in human food several thousand years ago (Bhatty, 1992). Although replaced by wheat and rice in ...
WLI Newsletter: 2013 Highlights
The year 2013 witnessed progress both in research and overall operations of the Initiative. Two bilaterally funded programs for Iraq and Tunisia were launched offering new opportunities and models for engagement of US and ...
WLI Newsletter: January - March Issue
This newsletter provides a glimpse into the progress made by WLI partners during the period Jan – March 2014.
Capturing the Heterogeneity of the Error Variances of a Group of Genotypes in Crop Cultivar Trials
Appropriate experimental designs provide an efficient estimate of cultivar performance by allowing better control of experimental error. The standard approach assumes homogeneity of experimental error variances across ...
Strengthening national seed systems for household food security in developing countries
This report is a synthesis of the research and development work done in past years by ICARDA’s Seed Section of Biodiversity and Integrated Gene Management, with a number of partner countries in Africa and Asia to improve ...