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Title: Indian Journal of Plant Genetic Resources
Publisher Name: Indian Journal of Plant Genetic Resources (IJPGR)
ISSN Print: 0971-8184, ISSN Online: 0976-1926
Country Published: India
The Indian Journal of Plant Genetic Resources (IJPGR), is the official publication by the Indian Society of Plant Genetic Resources (ISPGR), New Delhi, India, for disseminating knowledge on various aspects of science of plant genetic resources (PGR). Published in three volumes per year (since 1987), it covers full-length papers, short communications of original scientific research and review articles; notifies the germplasm ‘registered’ by the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) and also publishes book reviews.
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