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Somatic-embryogenesis derived leaf-rust-tolerant clones of arabica coffee to deal with climate change
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The high-altitude coffee growing, Arabica, is likely subject to the global warming effect as they are prone to leaf-rust attacks at a higher temperature. It supplied 70% of world coffee production for its popularity concerning its delicacy and aromatic flavor. Utilization of, genetically, superior planting materials, i.e. leaf-rust-tolerant Arabica, has become an essential point, as may provide the potential solution to prevent the lost production due to leaf-rust attack. Andungsari 2K (AS 2K),doi:10.1051/e3sconf/202014204004 fatcat:fcl7szegebhsxksltiyv5pwmea