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Characterization and Classification of the Musa AAB Plantain Subgroup in the Congo Basin

Series: Scripta Botanica Belgica Volume: 54
By: Joseph Adheka Giria(Author), Edmond De Langhe(Author), Rony Swennen(Foreword By), Benoit Dhed'a(Foreword By)
104 pages, colour photos, b/w illustrations, tables
Characterization and Classification of the Musa AAB Plantain Subgroup in the Congo Basin
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The starchy Plantain banana is a basic staple food crop in humid tropical Africa, where its cultivation during many centuries produced a huge and unique cultivar diversity. This book describes and classifies the cultivars of the Democratic Republic of Congo. It will be a guide for all future plantain taxonomical and breeding work in the country, as well as a reference for similar research at the pan-African scale.

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Series: Scripta Botanica Belgica Volume: 54
By: Joseph Adheka Giria(Author), Edmond De Langhe(Author), Rony Swennen(Foreword By), Benoit Dhed'a(Foreword By)
104 pages, colour photos, b/w illustrations, tables
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