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Rice

  • Gurdev S. Khush

Abstract

Rice is the world’s most important food crop. It is the principal food of more than half of mankind. Ninety percent of all rice is grown and consumed in Asia.

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Linkage Group Rice Plant Oryza Sativa International Rice Research Institute Rice Breeding 
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  • Gurdev S. Khush
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  1. 1.Varietal Improvement DepartmentInternational Rice Research InstituteLos Baños, LagunaPhilippines

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