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List of Papers by Author Name


  1. Arias-Reyes, L.M., et al, In situ conservation of Milpa landraces in Yucatan, Mexico.

  2. Besong, M., et.al, Commercialisation as an incentive and threat for Gnetum SPP (ERU) in Cameroon.

  3. Bester, J., et al, The Nguni: a case study.

  4. Eardley, Connal, The plight of bees in South African semi-deserts.

  5. Gondwe, T.N.P., et al, Community based promotion of rural poultry diversity and utilization in Malawi.

  6. Johns, Timothy, Dietary diversity, global change, and human health.

  7. Kaihura, F.B.S., et al, Soil management and agrodiversity: a case study from Arumeru, Arusha, Tanzania.

  8. Latournerie Moreno, Luis, et al, Exploration, collecting and description of in situ agrodiversity of Chili (Capsicun ammuun AND C. chinense) in a Mexican community.

  9. Lope-Alzina, Diana, et al, Socio-cultural and economic factors affecting agrodiversity conservation in Yucatan, Mexico: a gender perspective.

  10. Masinde, Isabella A., Local management of agricultural biodiversity by communities in Kenya.

  11. Millar, Joanne, Listening to landholders: approaches to community nature conservation in Queensland.

  12. Njoki Njoro, Joyce, Community initiatives in livestock improvement: a case for Kathekani, Kenya.

  13. Rerkasem, Kanok, Farmersí management of fallow succession in Thailand.

  14. Saad, Nadine, et al, Complementing farmersí genetic knowledge: farmer breeding workshop TuripanŠ, Colombia.

  15. Scherr, Sara J. et al, Common ground, common future: using ecoagriculture to raise food production and conserve wild biodiversity.

  16. Song, Yiching, Exploring the potential for crop development and biodiversity enhancement: fostering synergy between the formal and the farmers' seed systems in China.

  17. Tanto, Tesema, et al, A comparative genetic diversity study for four major crops managed under Ethiopian Condition.

  18. Unruh, Jon D., The Dilemma of African Agrobiodiversity: Ethiopia and the role of food insecurity in conservation.

  19. Winarto, Yunita T., Managing rice and soybean varieties in Java and Lampung: two cases of farmersí creativity.

  20. Zhu, Youyong, et al, Cultivating biodiversity for disease control, a case study in China.