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A germplasm is a collection of genetic resources for an organism. For plants, the germplasm may be stored as a seed collection or, for trees, in a nursery.
See also 
- Germ plasm, the germ cell determining zone
- International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture
- Seed saving
- Day-Rubenstein, K and Heisey, P. 2003. Plant Genetic Resources: New Rules for International Exchange
- De Vicente, C. (editor) (2005). Issues on gene flow and germplasm management. AMS (Bioversity's Regional Office for the Americas), IPGRI. 63 p.
- Economic Research Service. Global resources and productivity: questions and answers
- Engels, J.M.M. and L. Visser, editors. (2003). A Guide to Effective Management of Germplasm Collections. CABI, IFPRI, IPGRI, SGRP. 174 p.
- Gap Analysis Portal reliable information source on where and what to conserve ex-situ, for crop genepools of global importance
- USDA-ARS Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN)
- Bioversity International
- Bioversity International: Germplasm Collection
- Bioversity International: Germplasm Databases
- Bioversity International: Germplasm Documentation - overview
- Bioversity International: Germplasm Health