Table of contents for The genetic diversity of cacao and its utilization / B.G.D. Bartley.

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1.	The Background to the Subject: Concepts and a Brief History
2.	The Terminology Specific to Cacao
3.	The Indicators of Variability
4. The Manifestation of the Diversity and its Conservation
5. The Foundations of the Diversity
The Amazonian Region
The Circum-Caribbean Region
6. The Cultivated Populations as Secondary Depositories of the Diversity 
Part 1: South America - Populations Derived from an Amazonian 
Region Germplasm Base
Part 2: The Circum-Caribbean Region and Neighbouring Territories
Populations that Evolved from a Criollo Germplasm Base
Part 3: Cacao Beyond the Americas - The Export
7. The Genetics of the Diversity
8.	The Relationships among Populations
9.	The Utilization of the Genetic Resources
10.	Epilogue - Final Remarks

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Cacao Germplasm resources, Cacao Utilization