Published January 17, 2003
by Springer .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||247|
The book reflects the work in progress regarding the analysis of the costs of crop genetic resources conservation that has been conducted at various research insti tutes over the last couple of years, including research conducted at ZEF and . efficient conservation detlef virchow crop genetic diversity nonrenewable natural resource indispensable relevant literature human civilization author cover design neeru jain pivotal role ative technique acid-free paper spin india sanjeev saxena plant domestication riya sinha role differentiation individual case human life gupta introduction. Get this from a library! Efficient Conservation Of Crop Genetic Diversity: Theoretical Approaches And Empirical Studies. [Detlef Virchow] -- The conservation of crop genetic resources is one of the important components in the effort to increase agricultural production in low-income countries in a sustainable manner and to guarantee. Abstract. The genetic diversity of many crop species, which is manifested in varieties, land races and wild relatives, is endangered by the loss of natural habitats, deforestation and land clearance as well as the growing worldwide uniformity of crop production and the introduction of new pests and diseases, to highlight only the most important by: 1.
Efficient Conservation Of Crop Genetic Diversity. By Theoretical Approaches And, Dr. Detlef Virchow, Sanjeev Saxena, Vikas Ch, Shrabani B. Ghosh, Riya Sinha, Neeru Jain and Anil K. Gupta. Abstract. ative techniques and medications contained in this book. In every individual case the user must check such information by consulting the relevant. Start studying Environmental Science Chapter Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Crop diversity is an aspect of biodiversity important for food security. The loss of biodiversity is considered one of today’s most serious environmental concerns by the Food and Agriculture Organization. If current trends persist, as many as half of all plant species could face extinction. Among the many threatened species are wild relatives of our crops – the wild and weedy . Over the past decade the importance of natural resources for sustainable agricultural development has been increasingly discussed at international forums and conferences. Aside from the sustainable management of soil, water, and air, it now seems to be accepted that the sustainable management of genetic resources is one of the four indispensable preconditions 5/5(1).
Crop wild relatives are wild plant species that are genetically related to cultivated crops. Untended by humans, they continue to evolve in the wild, developing traits – such as drought tolerance or pest resistance – that farmers and breeders can cross with domesticated crops to . Comprehensive research program must include continued genomic, metabolomic, ecological and agronomical study of native Vanilla species, thereby informing effective conservation strategies, in addition to facilitating efficient use of genetic diversity in crop improvement programs. UNESCO – EOLSS SAMPLE CHAPTERS TROPICAL BIOLOGY AND CONSERVATION MANAGEMENT – Vol. III - The Conservation And Utilization Of Crop Genetic Resources In The Tropics - W. Roca, C. Ynouye, C. Espinoza, C, Zorrilla, A. Salas, R. Gómez, A. Panta and I. Manrique ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) The tropics, as major centers of . New tools for crop wild relative conservation planning - J. Magos Brehm, S. Kell, I. Thormann, H. Gaisberger, M. E. Dulloo, N. Maxted Collecting Plant Genetic Diversity: Technical Guidelines. update. Rome: Bioversity Magos Brehm, J and Kell, S () Resource Book for the Preparation of National Plans for Conservation of Crop Wild.