His specialty: landrace
cannabis, which grew naturally in Jamaica before it disappeared as a result of human intervention.
From a diverse indigenous farming system, which is similar to our own, the Dongrias gravitated toward rice monoculture, losing numerous landrace
strains in the process.
Small farmer practices for production improvement of the kidney-type tomato landrace
: A case study in Oaxaca.
This experiment was conducted to investigate the genetic characteristics and effective population sizes of Berkshire, Landrace
, and Yorkshire pig breeds raised in the great grandparent (GGP) farms using the SNP information.
Kush is a strain of Cannabis indica, and is a landrace
plant mainly cultivated in Afghanistan, Northern Pakistan and North-Western India with the name coming from the Hindu Kush mountain range.
Until recently these were Landrace
x Duroc sourced as gilts from Rattlerow together with some Large Whites and Landraces
but the Barcroft-Jones' have now switched breeds.
In this paper, by comparative study on BPI gene expression in various tissues between Rongchang pig and Landrace
, we confirmed the expression of pig BPI gene in various tissues to determine the difference expression of antibacterial related gene among indigenous breed (Rongchang pig) and artificially cultivated breed (Landrace
), The Rongchang pig (0 day old, 28 day old, 120 day old) and Landrace
BPI (0 day old, 28 day old, 120 day old) gene were expressed in normal liver, heart, lung, kidney, spleen and small intestine.
To explore the evolution of maize landraces
in Southwestern China, 30 maize landrace
populations were examined to characterize the B chromosomes (Bs).
S-compounds were the main volatile compounds of the onion profile  which in our study ranged from a minimum of 207.87 mg/Kg in Febbrarese landrace
to a maximum of 1459.40 mg/Kg in Aprilatica one, corresponding to 63% and 74% of total volatile compounds, respectively.
The distributions of SNPs and InDels by chromosomes of each landrace
are shown in Figures 1 and 2.