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UNIVERSITY PLACE

Crop Diversity: An Example from the Andes - Ep. 403

  • Aired: 03/09/2010
  • 01:00:47
  • Rating: TV-G
Eve Emshwiller, Assistant Professor of Botany, UW-Madison Eve Emshwiller explains why there should be a concern about crop plant diversity and tells of the things that can be done to support more diversity. She incorporates her research done on the tuber crop which is located in the Andes of South America as she studies the relationship between human interactions and plants.
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Eve Emshwiller talks about the importance of crop diversity and her research in the Andes.
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