ICARDA Annual Report 2000
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Communication Team ICARDA. (1/1/2001). ICARDA Annual Report 2000. Beirut, Lebanon: International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA).
This Annual Report of ICAKLIA for 2000 is the first to reflect the new structure of reporting, which is based on the five CGIAR themes: Gerrnplasrn Enhancement, Production Systems Management, Natural Resource Management, Socioeconomics and Policy, and Institutional Strengthening. Within these thorns research is organized into 19 interlinked projects that seek to integrate, or at least harmonize, the management of different agroecosystems in the dry arcos.
- Agricultural Research Knowledge 
biodiversity; crop production; development; disease control; farming systems; genetic resources; germplasm conservation; harvesting; irrigation; land use; livestock; poverty; rangelands; research; ruminants; rural communities; sustainability; vegetation; water harvesting; water management; remote sensing; sheep; seed production; goats; agronomic characters; animal production; malnutrition; turkmenistan; kyrgyzstan; tajikistan; genetic variation; ethiopia; cicer arietinum; biological control; hordeum vulgare; genetic markers; grassland management; microsatellites; medicago sativa; pest control; genetic maps; reclamation; human resources; international cooperation; resource management; rural development; training; cold; arid zones; north africa; drought resistance; safflower; semiarid zones; dry farming; social consciousness; armenia; azerbaijan; georgia; latin america; eritrea; sudan; pakistan; lens culinaris; triticum aestivum; triticum durum; lathyrus sativus; aegilops; pisum sativum; trifolium; trigonella; vicia narbonensis; feed legumes; shrubs; agricultural development; plant collections; pastures; steppes; environmental degradation; mechanical methods; research networks; stubble cleaning; temperature resistance; diffusion of information; agroclimatic zones; middle east; fruit trees; resource conservation; vicia faba; Faba bean; Chickpea