Daniela Soleri
Daniela Soleri
Research Scientist, Dept of Geography , UC Santa Barbara
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Do folk crop varieties have a role in sustainable agriculture? Incorporating folk varieties into the development of locally based agriculture may be the best approach
DA Cleveland, D Soleri, SE Smith
BioScience 44 (11), 740-751, 1994
2331994
A biological framework for understanding farmers’ plant breeding
DA Cleveland, D Soleri, SE Smith
Economic Botany 54 (3), 377-394, 2000
1062000
Farmers, scientists and plant breeding: Integrating knowledge and practice
DA Cleveland, D Soleri
CABI. Oxon, UK, 2002
103*2002
Morphological and phenological comparisons of two Hopi maize varieties conserved in situ and ex situ
D Soleri, SE Smith
Economic Botany 49 (1), 56-77, 1995
1021995
Detecting (trans) gene flow to landraces in centers of crop origin: lessons from the case of maize in Mexico
DA Cleveland, D Soleri, FA Cuevas, J Crossa, P Gepts
Environmental Biosafety Research 4 (4), 197-208, 2005
892005
Farmer choice of sorghum varieties in southern Mali
SM Lacy, DA Cleveland, D Soleri
Human Ecology 34 (3), 331-353, 2006
862006
Farmers’ genetic perceptions regarding their crop populations: An example with maize in the Central Valleys of Oaxaca, Mexico
D Soleri, DA Cleveland
Economic Botany 55 (1), 106-128, 2001
802001
Hopi crop diversity and change
D Soleri, DA Cleveland
Journal of ethnobiology 13 (2), 203-231, 1993
741993
Evaluating the potential for farmer and plant breeder collaboration: a case study of farmer maize selection in Oaxaca, Mexico
D Soleri, SE Smith, DA Cleveland
Euphytica 116 (1), 41-57, 2000
712000
Evaluation of simple methods for estimating broad‐sense heritability in stands of randomly planted genotypes
SE Smith, RO Kuehl, IM Ray, R Hui, D Soleri
Crop Science 38 (5), 1125-1129, 1998
681998
Extending Darwin’s analogy: bridging differences in concepts of selection between farmers, biologists, and plant breeders
DA Cleveland, D Soleri
Economic botany 61 (2), 121-136, 2007
582007
Household gardens as a development strategy
DA Cleveland, D Soleri
Human organization 46 (3), 259-270, 1987
541987
Farmer knowledge and scientist knowledge in sustainable agricultural development: ontology, epistemology and praxis
D Cleveland, D Soleri
Local science vs global science: approaches to indigenous knowledge in …, 2007
522007
Transgenic crops and crop varietal diversity: the case of maize in Mexico
D Soleri, DA Cleveland, FA Cuevas
Bioscience 56 (6), 503-513, 2006
522006
Rethinking the risk management process for genetically engineered crop varieties in small-scale, traditionally based agriculture
DA Cleveland, D Soleri
Ecology and Society 10 (1), 2005
492005
Understanding farmers’ knowledge as the basis for collaboration with plant breeders: methodological development and examples from ongoing research in Mexico, Syria, Cuba and Nepal
D Soleri, DA Cleveland, SE Smith, S Ceccarelli, S Grando, RB Rana, ...
Farmers, scientists and plant breeding: Integrating knowledge and practice …, 2002
492002
Testing assumptions underlying economic research on transgenic food crops for Third World farmers: Evidence from Cuba, Guatemala and Mexico
D Soleri, DA Cleveland, G Glasgow, SH Sweeney, FA Cuevas, ...
Ecological Economics 67 (4), 667-682, 2008
482008
Molecular characterization of genetic diversity, structure, and differentiation in the olive (Olea europaea L.) germplasm collection of the United States Department of Agriculture
AM Koehmstedt, MK Aradhya, D Soleri, JL Smith, VS Polito
Genetic resources and crop evolution 58 (4), 519-531, 2011
422011
Finding pathways to more equitable and meaningful public-scientist partnerships
D Soleri, JW Long, MD Ramirez-Andreotta, R Eitemiller, R Pandyaǁ
Citizen Science: Theory and Practice. 1 (1): 9 1 (1), 2016
402016
Understanding the potential impact of transgenic crops in traditional agriculture: Maize farmers’ perspectives in Cuba, Guatemala and Mexico
D Soleri, DA Cleveland, F Aragón, H Ríos, SH Sweeney
Environmental biosafety research 4 (3), 141-166, 2005
382005
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