Managing plant genetic diversity

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Published by CABI Pub. in New York .

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Subjects:

  • Germplasm resources, Plant -- Management,
  • Crops -- Germplasm resources -- Management

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Includes bibliographical references and index

Book details

Statementedited by J.M.M. Engels ...[et al.]
ContributionsEngels, Jan
Classifications
LC ClassificationsSB123.3 .M35 2002
The Physical Object
Paginationxviii, 487 p. :
Number of Pages487
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18131853M
ISBN 100851995225
LC Control Number00054709

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This book discusses the fundamental advances related to assessment, utilization, and conservation of genetic diversity in plant germplasm. The book also discusses approaches related to environmental stresses.

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This divisible set of two volumes deals with a broad spectrum of topics on genetic erosion, and approaches to biodiversity conservation in crop plants and trees. Conservation Of Plant Genetic Resources In Vitro General Aspects Conservation Of Plant Genetic Resources In Vitro General Aspects by M.

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This text presents the research findings of international. Introduction. The topics addressed in this book are of vital importance to the survival of humankind. Agricultural biodiversity, encompassing genetic diversity as well as human knowledge, is the base upon which agricultural production has been built, and protecting this resource is critical to ensuring the capacity of current and future generations to adapt to unforeseen challenges.

Conserving plant genetic diversity in protected areas: population management of crop wild relatives. Complete Title: This book is about the conservation of genetic diversity of wild plants in situ in their natural surroundings, primarily in existing protected areas but.

Genetic resources; Research portfolio. Adaptation to climate change; Agricultural ecosystems; Banana genetic resources and management systems; Conservation of crop diversity; Diet diversity; Forest and tree diversity; Fruit tree and tree crop diversity; Markets for diverse species; Policies for plant diversity management; Cross-cutting themes.

The book taken as a whole is c MDPI, Basel, to production management, needs to make better use of genetic diversity.

For instance, adapted species are all part of an integrated strategy that includes a more profitable exploitation of plant genetic diversity, and, in the narrower sense, the use of already existing or improved.

The woody plant species are the trees that have more genetic diversity than the other vascular plants like grasses. It applies to both the populations as well as the various species. One part of the diversity happens due to the size of the geographic range of each of the species.

This paper reviews the situation regarding management, conservation and utilization of plant genetic diversity in these countries. Within the USSR, the N.I. Vavilov Research Institute of Plant Industry (VIR) was the only organization working on the whole complex of problems related to genetic resources of cultivated plants and their wild relatives.

* Since the s, some 75 percent of plant genetic diversity has been lost as farmers worldwide have left their multiple local varieties and landraces for genetically uniform, high-yielding varieties.

* 30 percent of livestock breeds are at risk of extinction; six breeds are lost each month. This book discusses the fundamental advances related to assessment, utilization, and conservation of genetic diversity in plant germplasm. The book also discusses approaches related to environmental stresses.

Moreover, it sheds new light on the current research trends and future research directions related to plant genetic diversity studies. Plant Genetic Resources and Genebank Management Training Module ( MB).

This training module aims to train genebank curators and genetic resource professionals in good practices for effective ex situ conservation and genetic diversity held in was developed for a face-to-face short course on Genebank Management held at RDA Korea in and Genetic Diversity and Erosion in Plants by M.R.

Ahuja, S. Mohan Jain,Springer edition, paperback. In the broader context of conserving global genetic diversity, some (Adams et al., ; Adams, ) have proposed the collection of small samples of plant material (leaf tissue, seeds, and so on) for conservation as sources of DNA.

Effective management of plant genetic diversity incorporates agricultural development as a critical element of conservation. Advancement of renewable production of food and other plant-derived essentials of human culture must be compatible with and supportive of stewardship of those biological resources basic to agriculture.

Ex situ conservation literally means, "off-site conservation".It is the process of protecting an endangered species, variety or breed, of plant or animal outside its natural habitat; for example, by removing part of the population from a threatened habitat and placing it in a new location, which may be a wild area or within the care of humans.

The degree to which humans control or modify the. This book in the series “Sustainable Development and Biodiversity” contains peer-reviewed chapters from leading academicians and researchers around the world in the field of horticulture, plant taxonomy, plant biotechnology, genetics and related areas of biodiversity science centered on genetic diversity.

Diversity (ISSN ; CODEN: DIVEC6) is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal on the science of biodiversity from molecules, genes, populations, and species, to ecosystems.

Diversity is published monthly online by MDPI. Open Access —free for readers, with article processing charges (APC) paid by authors or their institutions.; High Visibility: Covered in the Science Citation Index. Conservation of genetic diversity, however, has been the concern of those responsible for agriculture (including horticulture) and silviculture.

This difference may partially be responsible for the perception that efforts to conserve genetic resources in situ are inadequate (International Board for Plant Genetic Resources, a). Genetic diversity makes it possible to establish genetic distances within and between species, identify species and strains by unique and specific genetic profiles, establish phylogenetic trees, reinforce conservation biology and management programs, and have profound implications for plant and animal husbandry in agriculture and medicine.

Bhupendra Chaudhary, Plant Domestication and Resistance to Herbivory, International Journal of Plant Genomics, //,(), ().

Crossref Özlem Özbek, Elçin Görgülü, Şinasi Yıldırımlı, Genetic diversity in populations of Isatis glauca Aucher ex Boiss. ssp. from Central Anatolia in Turkey, as revealed by AFLP. Biodiversity is the variety of plants and animals inhabiting in an ecosystem. It occurs at 3 different levels, namely, species diversity, genetic diversity and ecosystem diversity.

Each individual has a unique genetic architecture, which is determined by the hereditary material- DNA. An overview of plant genetic resources management (importance and usefulness of germplasm, germplasm conservation, threat of genetic vulnerability, global concerns etc.).

UNIT VI Managing plant genetic resources: Basic science issues (genetic vulnerability and crop diversity. The relationships we established between species characters and the magnitude, variance and structure of genetic diversity can be directly used to make much‐needed genetic resource management recommendations (FAO, ; IPBES, ).

Our results on the magnitude of population genetic diversity indicate that pioneer and narrow range species.Native plants are valued for their economic, ecological, genetic, and aesthetic benefits in addition to their intrinsic value as living species.

The use of native plant material (seeds, cuttings, plants) in vegetation projects plays an important role in the maintenance and restoration of native plant gene pools, communities, and ecosystems, and can help reverse the trend of species loss in.Plant viruses cause considerable economic losses and are a threat for sustainable agriculture.

The frequent emergence of new viral diseases is mainly due to international trade, climate change, and the ability of viruses for rapid evolution. Disease control is based on two strategies: i) immunization (genetic resistance obtained by plant breeding, plant transformation, cross-protection, or.

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