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Date: 20 December 2010

In January 2009 the Julius Kühn-Institute  [1] for Breeding Research on Agricultural Crops launched a new version of the Crop Wild Relative Information System - Population Level Information System (CWRIS PLIS), originally set up to locate Beta occurrences within protected areas in Europe. The PLIS is currently functioning for Beta, while work continues on Avena, Brassica and Prunus. As the project ends in September 2010, JKI is looking for volunteers to test the system and send their feedback to allow further improvements. For more information and to test the system visit the AEGRO Homepage  [2]. All comments and suggestions to improve the system can be forwarded to:

Dr. L. Frese
Julius Kühn-Institute
Federal Research Centre for Cultivated Plants
Erwin-Baur-Str. 27
D-06484 Quedlinburg
Tel.: 03946 47 701
Fax.: 03946 47 255
Web:  [3]

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