The Musa in all its diversity
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CTA. 2002. The Musa in all its diversity. Spore 97. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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Musalogue. Diversity in the genus Musa INIBAP-IPGRI-CTA-Cirad Flhor, 2001. 234 pages. ISBN 2 910810 42 9 CTA number 1054, 120 credit points
Wild or cultivated, practically all banana species of the Musa family are catalogued in this newest edition of the Musalogue, compiled by the International Network for the Improvement of Banana and Plantain (INIBAP), partner organisations and published with CTA support. The catalogue consists of fact sheets, illustrated with colour photos. Each sheet presents the passport biological and taxonomic data of a different species. It includes information on the common classification of bananas, bibliographic references, an index and a glossary. Musalogue. Diversity in the genus Musa INIBAP-IPGRI-CTA-Cirad Flhor, 2001. 234 pages. ISBN 2 910810 42 9 CTA number 1054, 120 credit points
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