Accessions evaluated for: COMMENT_FIELDNOTES in study BATAN_SCREENHOUSE_14-15WW_TID52607

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072900CWI 42589 CATRIATriticum aestivum L. subsp. aestivum ItalyNot Availabletardio
1151409CWI 80505 GEO001 1 576Triticum aestivum L. subsp. aestivum Image Georgiatardio
2160117CWI 89348 AvangardnayaTriticum aestivum L. subsp. aestivum Image Belarustardio
3160658CWI 89717 LESOSTEPKA-75Triticum aestivum L. subsp. aestivum Image Ukrainetardio
4165129CWI 96248 BGRC 13192Triticum monococcum L. Image SwitzerlandNot Availabletardio
5165145CWI 96253 BGRC 36556Triticum monococcum L. BulgariaNot Availabletardio
6165160CWI 96246 BGRC 7039Triticum monococcum L. Image GermanyNot Availabletardio
7165211CWI 96356 Triticum monococcum IDS1656Triticum monococcum L. ItalyNot Availabletardio

CIMMYT Germplasm Policy (excerpts)

CIMMYT holds and manages its germplasm as an international public good and is committed to its widespread and facilitated diffusion and use to achieve the maximum possible access, scale, scope of impact, and sharing of benefits for the poor, especially maize and wheat farmers and consumers in developing countries. To safeguard its international public goods character, and by legal obligation with FAO and the Governing Body of the International Treaty of Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture (ITPGRFA), CIMMYT germplasm for use in food and agriculture is transferred using the Standard Materials Transfer Agreement (SMTA) of the ITPGRFA or equivalent Material Transfer Agreements (MTAs) in the case of species that are not listed in the Annex 1 of the ITPGRFA.

Distributions to fulfill requests for repatriation of subsamples of germplasm collections to a country or community of origin, especially following natural or man-made catastrophes, are considered a high priority.

The CIMMYT germplasm research for development focus is on (i) conservation and the effective use of genetic diversity and (ii) the further development and deployment of CIMMYT germplasm for the benefit of improved and more sustainable food and nutrition security, poverty reduction, and environmental sustainability.

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