A blog maintained by Tevita Kete, PGR Officer
Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC), Suva, Fiji Islands
This weblog documents the activities of Pacific Agricultural Genetic Resources Network (PAPGREN), along with other information on plant genetic resources (PGR) in the Pacific.
The myriad varieties found within cultivated plants are fundamental to the present and future productivity of agriculture. PAPGREN, which is coordinated by the Land Resources Division of the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC), helps Pacific countries and territories to conserve their crop genetic diversity sustainably, with technical assistance from the Bioversity International (BI) and support from NZAID and ACIAR.
SPC also hosts the Centre of Pacific Crops and Trees (CEPaCT). The CEPaCT maintains regional in vitro collections of crops important to the Pacific and carries out research on tissue culture technology. The CEPaCT Adviser is Dr Mary Taylor (MaryT@spc.int), the CEPaCT Curator is Ms Valerie Tuia (ValerieT@spc.int).
PAPGREN coordination and support
Mr William Wigmore
Mr Adelino S. Lorens
Dr Lois Englberger
Mr Apisai Ucuboi
Dr Maurice Wong
Mr Tianeti Beenna Ioane
Mr Frederick Muller
Mr Herman Francisco
Ms Rosa Kambuou
Ms Laisene Samuelu
Mr Jimi Saelea
Mr Tony Jansen
Mr Finao Pole
Mr Frazer Bule Lehi
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Wednesday, May 09, 2007
Posted 8:41 PM by Tevita
RECENT PUBLICATIONS FROM UH-CTAHR'S OFFICE OF COMMUNICATION SERVICES
*** Free Publications ***
The publications listed below by their subject category are now available for downloading from the CTAHR free publications Web page, http://www.ctahr.hawaii.edu/freepubs
Unless a publication is indicated to be Web only, printed copies, when available, are circulated to departments and Hawaii libraries, and copies for starter inventories are sent to CES offices.
Place orders for additional quantities of printed copies of free publications by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attitudes of Hawaii consumers toward genetically modified fruit
Sabry Shehata, Linda Cox, BIO-7, 8 p.
Do Hawaii producers pay higher freight costs for agricultural
shipments to the U.S. mainland market than their foreign competitors?
Comparative advantage of selected agricultural products in Hawaii:
A revealed comparative advantage assessment
Junning Cai, PingSun Leung, Matthew Loke
EI-10, 8 p., EI-11, 15 p.
Some guidelines for participating in international food and
agribusiness trade shows
Aurora Saulo, Louis Divinigracia, Rochelle McArthur, ET-7, 3 p.
Food Safety and Technology
Salmonella in foods
Aurora Saulo, FST-24, 2 p.
Carcass characteristics of forage-finished cattle
produced in Hawaii
Glen Fukumoto, Yong Kim, FST-25 7 p.
Home processing black and green tea (Camellia sinensis)
Dwight Sato, Namiko Ikeda, Tomomi Kinoshita, FST-26, 2 p.
National Animal Identification System,
Phase 2: Animal identification
Mark Thorne, brochure
Three simplified estrus synchronization programs for
Hawaii's beef breeding season
Mike DuPonte, Kara Lee, LM-14, 2 p.
The basics of heat (estrus) detection in cattle
The use of proper semen handling during an artificial
Mike DuPonte, LM-15, LM-16, @3 p.
New Plants for Hawaii
Tea (Camellia sinensis), a new crop for Hawaii
Dwight Sato, brochure
Ornamentals and Flowers
Kent Kobayashi, John Griffis, Andrew Kawabata, Glenn Sako
OF-33, 14 p.
The potential for green roofs in Hawaii
Andy Kaufman, Linda Cox, Tomoaki Muira, Dawn Easterday
RM-15, 16 p.
Soil and Crop Management
Germinating tea seeds (Camellia sinensis)
Dwight Sato, SCM-17, 1 p.
Hawaiian kalo, past and future
John Cho, Roy Yamakawa, Jim Hollyer, SA-1, 8 p.
From the Archives (Re-issued)
Bull power: Examination of beef cattle bulls for breeding soundness
Parasites important to poultry in Hawaii and their control
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