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Geographical distribution of quinoa crop wild relatives in the Peruvian Andes: A participatory mapping initiative

Authors (enter them one by one) Bazile D. Chura E. Drucker A.G. Fagandini Ruiz F. Tapia M.
  • Semences et Ressources génétiquesSeeds and Genetic ResourcesSemillas y recursos genéticos
Year 2021
Region / Study sites
  • South America
Citation Fagandini Ruiz F., Bazile D., Drucker A.G., Tapia M., Chura E. 2021. Geographical distribution of quinoa crop wild relatives in the Peruvian Andes: A participatory mapping initiative. Environment, Development and Sustainability, 23 (6) : p. 6337-6358.
Abstract The Peruvian Andes are among the world’s most important centers of origin for genetic diversity of crops and plants. Quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) was domesticated in the Bolivian and Peruvian Andean region around Lake Titicaca. In situ conservation
systems for quinoa germplasm and its wild relatives can still be found in the traditional systems of Peruvian farming communities. Quinoa crop wild relatives (CWRs), like the majority of CWRs of other agricultural species, are being affected by the considerable
changes in the natural landscapes of the Andes. This article analyzes the presence and distribution of seven quinoa CWRs at the agroecosystem level and considers the social and environmental Andean contexts in which they are found. A qualitative research method
based on participatory mapping in six local communities of the Puno region in Peru was applied to establish the presence and distribution of the species. We present the results that were confirmed with local actors on participatory GIS maps. Based on our analyses, we conclude that conservation programs should consider both permanent native meadows and cultivated land with their fallow cycles and plot borders. The diversity of the presence of quinoa CWRs is one result of the coexistence of these two land uses.
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Email corresponding author didier.bazile@cirad.fr
Filtrer :  Ahmed Basra  Ahmed Chaabena  Alandia G.  Ali Reza Sepaskhah  Andreotti F.  Bazile D.  Biaggi M.C.  C. Mbosso  Canahua-Murillo A.  Chevarria-Lazo M.  Chura E.  Condori B.  Cristina Biaggi  Daniel Callo-Concha  Didier Bazile  Drucker A.G.  Erika N. Speelman  Fagandini Ruiz F.  Federico Andreotti  Gabriele Fiene  Garland G.  González J.A.  Hafeez Ur Rehman  Irfan Afzal  Julie Jacquet  Kelthoum Maamri  Maryam Bahrami  Meine van Noordwijk  Mujica-Sánchez Á.  Odone A.  Oliver l I. King  Omarsherif M. Jemal  Ouiza Djerroudi Zidane  Rezvan Talebnejad  Rodriguez J.P.  Shahid Iqbal  Shahzad Maqsood  Stefano Padulosi  Tapia M.  Tapia-Nuñez M.E.