PGRCU

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PGRCUPlant Genetic Resources Conservation Unit (Griffin, GA; US Department of Agriculture)
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For breeding trials, Klein and his colleagues selected sorghum lines from the ARS Plant Genetic Resources Conservation Unit in Griffin, Georgia, that were known for producing high grain yields in countries such as Sudan and Ethiopia.
AU Merit was derived from accession PI 206493 obtained from the Plant Genetic Resources Conservation Unit (S-9), National Plant Germplasm System.
Chenault's team was assisted by Melouk; agronomist Roy Pittman of ARS's Plant Genetic Resources Conservation Unit in Griffin, Georgia; and North Carolina State University researchers Tom Islieb and Shyam Tallury.
GP-225, PI 612607) was developed by the USDA, ARS, Plant Genetic Resources Conservation Unit, Griffin, GA, and released in August 2001.
In Griffin, Georgia, the Agricultural Research Service (ARS) houses the Plant Genetic Resources Conservation Unit, led by Gary Pederson.
The work of the Plant Genetic Resources Conservation Unit, as well as the other components of the NPGS, not only has given us a wonderful array of plant varieties to choose from, but also provides a promise of such diversity for the future.
Gary Pederson is in the USDA-ARS Plant Genetic Resources Conservation Unit, 1109 Experiment St.
Individual plants were grown from seeds obtained from either the National Seed Storage Laboratory (USDAARS, Fort Collins, CO) or the Plant Genetic Resources Conservation Unit (USDA-ARS, Griffin, GA).
All other accessions were from the Plant Genetic Resources Conservation Unit (USDA-ARS, Griffin, GA).
The authors extend special thanks to Merrelyn Spinks of the Plant Genetic Resources Conservation Unit (USDA-ARS, Griffin, GA) for her invaluable assistance in obtaining and interpreting source histories.
In July, he became head of the ARS Plant Genetic Resources Conservation Unit at Griffin, Georgia, where researchers are conducting similar work on other germplasm.
Steve Kresovich is in the USDAARS Plant Genetic Resources Conservation Unit, Regional Plant Introduction Station, 1109 Experiment St.
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