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Ritchiei, Mukia javanica and Mukia maderaspatana (Ghebretinsae et al. 2007a; Renner et al. 2007; Renner & Schaefer 2008; Schaefer et al. 2009). Given the geographic distribution of these extant closest relatives, melon (C. melo), which was traditionally assumed to have an African origin, was proposed to have originated somewhere in Asia and then reached Africa from there (Renner et al. 2007; Schaefer et al. 2009). More recently (Sebastian et al. 2010), from molecular data for nearly 100 Cucumis accessions from Africa, Australia, and Asia, it was shown that both melon and cucumber are of Asian origin and have numerous previously overlooked species-level relatives in Australia and around the Indian Ocean.
Cucurbit gene banks are located on all continents, but there are relatively fewer in Africa compared to the rest of the world. Around the globe, cucurbit genetic resources are maintained in specified facilities known as gene banks at the local and national level by governments, universities, companies, farmers and others in the private and public sectors either acting alone or networked with other institutions. In contrast to the gene banks of the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) Centers hold the major field crops, national gene banks are the major repositories for cucurbit germplasm.
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