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Background Information

Employment History

Member, Faculty of Agronomy

University of Chile , Chile


Scientist

ICARDA-Sustainable Agriculture


ICARDA Scientist

University of Chile


Web References(4 Total References)


BioTop Project Website - Workshop Chile

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Edmundo Acevedo, Faculty of Agronomy, University of Chile, Chile


ICARDA Press Releases 2008

www.icarda.cgiar.org [cached]

Prof. Edmundo Acevedo of the University of Chile – a former ICARDA scientist who worked on cereal stress physiology – presented her with a brochure on participatory plant breeding, published by ICARDA in Spanish.


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Prof. Edmundo Acevedo of the University of Chile - a former ICARDA scientist who worked on cereal stress physiology - presented her with a brochure on participatory plant breeding, published by ICARDA in Spanish.


ICARDA Press Releases 2008

www.icarda.org [cached]

Prof. Edmundo Acevedo of the University of Chile – a former ICARDA scientist who worked on cereal stress physiology – presented her with a brochure on participatory plant breeding, published by ICARDA in Spanish.


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