ex situ conservation of plant genetic resources

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Kluwer Academic Publishers , Dordrecht, Boston
Germplasm resources, Plant, Genetic resources conserv
Statementby J.G. Hawkes, N. Maxted and B.V. Ford-Lloyd.
ContributionsMaxted, Nigel., Ford-Lloyd, Brian.
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LC ClassificationsSB123.3 .H38 2000, SB123.3 .H38 2000
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Paginationxxvi, 250 p. :
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Open LibraryOL18164204M
ISBN 100792364422
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The Ex Situ Conservation of Plant Genetic Resources: Medicine & Health Science Books @ ed by: Article 8 of the Convention clearly states the need to develop more effective and efficient guidelines to conserve biological ex situ conservation of plant genetic resources book, while Article 9, along with the FAO International Undertaking on Plant Genetic Resources, promotes the adoption of a complementary approach to conservation that incorporates both ex situ and in situ techniques.

No book of this nature has been published in which ex situ genetic resources con It will also be valuable for postgraduate courses in plant genetics, conservation, and cell biology.

It provides invaluable information for professional plant conservationists.4/5(1). Get this from a library. The Ex Situ Conservation of Plant Genetic Resources. [J G Hawkes; N Maxted; B V Ford-Lloyd] -- This book is essential reading for second-year undergraduate courses in plant biology and plant genetic conservation.

It will also be valuable for postgraduate courses in plant genetics. Ex Situ Plant Conservation, edited by Edward O. Guerrant Jr., Kayri Havens, and Mike Maunder, is the first book to address integrated plant conservation strategies and to examine the scientific, technical, and strategic bases of the ex situ approach.

The book examines where and how ex situ investment can best support in situ conservation. The history of ex situ conservation and use of plant genetic resources.

This paper discusses the historic profile of ex situ plant germplasm conservation with a main emphasis on the aspects most relevant to protection of genetic diversity and its use for agricultural development. Technologies and strategies for ex situ conservation.

This paper reviews the main achievements made and the problems faced with ex situ conservation of plant genetic resources. The main areas for research in the development of ex situ conservation technologies and strategies to improve conservation efforts are discussed.

In book: Plant Genetic Resources and Traditional Knowledge for Food Security (pp) Edition: 1st; Chapter: In Situ and Ex Situ conservation of plant genetic resources and traditional knowledge. Ex Situ Conservation Of Plant Genetic Resources Ex Situ Conservation Of Plant Genetic Resources by J.G.

Hawkes. Download it The Ex Situ Conservation Of Plant Genetic Resources books also available in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format for read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Article 8 of the Convention clearly states the need to develop more effective and efficient.

Ex situ conservation is the widely used method to conserve millet genetic resources. Globally >29, accessions of proso millet, >8, accessions each of barnyard and kodo millets, and >3, accessions of little millet have been assembled and conserved (Fig.

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).The major genebanks conserving proso, barnyard, kodo, and little millets are presented in Table   A practical guide that covers both in situ and ex situ techniques for plant diversity conservation The conservation and sustainable use of plant genetic resources is of increasing importance globally.

Plant Conservation Genetics addresses this issue by providing an extensive overview of this emerging area of science, exploring various pr. J.G. Hawkes has 14 books on Goodreads with 14 ratings.

J.G. Hawkes’s most popular book is The Potato. The text trains users in the fundamental aspects of ex situ conservation of plant genetic resources, that is, from collecting to germplasm use.

It explains principles and describes the procedures needed for effective ex situ conservation. It also includes bibliographic references and examples that illustrate how to move from theory to practice.

Scientists concerned with plant genetic resources concentrated at first on conserving the landraces of a few major crops, especially using ex situ measures (seed banks and field collections), but. A practical guide that covers both in situ and ex situ techniques for plant diversity conservationThe conservation and sustainable use of plant genetic resources is of increasing importance globally.

Plant Conservation Genetics addresses this issue by providing an extensive overview of this emerging area of science, exploring various practical strategies and the latest technology for. 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. Such ex situ work is an increasingly important component of conservation and restoration Situ Plant Conservation, edited by Edward O. Guerrant Jr., Kayri Havens, and Mike Maunder, is the first book to address integrated plant conservation strategies and to examine the scientific, technical, and strategic bases of the ex situ approach.

A practical guide that covers both in situ and ex situ techniques for plant diversity conservation The conservation and sustainable use of plant genetic resources is of increasing importance globally.

Plant Conservation Genetics addresses this issue by providing an extensive overview of this emerging area of science, exploring various practical. This book will address the current state of climate change predictions, and how climate change will affect conservation and use of crop germplasm, both ex situ and in situ.

In addition, specific examples of germplasm research related to 'climate change threats' will be highlighted. Such activities need to take place under a regime of access to and use of germplasm through international. Conservation of agricultural genetic resources, whether in situ (in farmers' fields) or ex situ (in a germplasm repository), provides variation for breeding and selection efforts.

In this study, we assayed levels of genetic diversity from in situ and ex situ populations of Jala, a very tall, large‐eared race of maize (Zea mays L. subsp. mays. While this is the only statistics found on distribution from multiple global potato global genebanks and it predates the International Treaty for Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture (Carputo et al.

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), it serves as a good example and is likely the status today that less than 50% of potato ex situ material held in genebanks. Ex-situ (‘off site’) conservation is a set of conservation techniques involving the transfer of a target species away from its native habitat.

It is one of two basic conservation strategies, alongside in-situ conservation. Ex-situ techniques include: seed storage, captive breeding, slow. 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 for a sustainable agriculture.5/5(1). genetic diversity. Ex situ conservation The ex situmethod removes genetic material from its environment for long-term conservation (table 1).

Botanical gardens and gene banks are examples of ex situconservation strategies. Certain methods of ex situconservation can be used to store large amounts of genetic material at relatively low cost, cer.

A practical guide that covers both in situ and ex situ techniques for plant diversity conservation The conservation and sustainable use of plant genetic resources is of increasing importance globally.

Plant Conservation Genetics addresses this issue by providing an extensive overview of this emerging area of science, exploring various practical. The need for in situ conservation of wild genetic resources has been widely acknowledged (Food and Agriculture Organization, a; Hoyt, ; International Board for Plant Genetic Resources, a; International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources et al., ; Jain, a,b; Noy-Meir et al., ; Office of Technology.

This book therefore provides a practical and theoretical introduction to the techniques of in situ conservation of plant genetic resources.

It includes methodologies, case studies and in-depth discussion of on-farm and genetic reserve conservation. There are broadly speaking two basic approaches to genetic resources conservation, namely, in-situ and ex-situ -situ means the setting aside of natural reserves, where the species are allowed to remain in their ecosystems within a natural or properly managed ecological natural biosphere reserve is a useful solution for species that are endangered and nearly on the.

The C‐8 (Plant Genetic Resources) section of the Crop Science Society of America (CSSA) was created in in response to these concerns.

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Over the last 50 yr, both ex situ and in situ conservation have been set up to maintain threatened CGR. Plant conservation strategies generally combine elements of conservation on farm (as part of the crop production cycle, where it continues to evolve and support farmer needs), ex situ (for example in gene banks or field collections as seed or tissue samples) or in situ.

S.S. Ajayi, in Wildlife Conservation in Africa, Principles of in situ and ex situ conservation of biodiversity. In situ conservation is the on-site conservation of genetic resources in natural populations of plants or animal species such as forest genetic resources, in natural populations of tree and animal species.

The process of protecting an endangered plant or animal species in its.This book contains edited and revised papers from a conference on 'Science and Technology for Managing Plant Genetic Diversity in the 21st Century' held in Malaysia in Juneorganised by the International Plant Genetic Resources Institute (IPGRI).

It includes keynote papers and some 40 additional ones, covering ten major scientific challenges to developing a global vision for 3/5(2).A database listing all the crops and varieties in Ireland's National Inventory for Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture is available at Eurisco which is a web portal that hosts data on crop diversity from 41 different country's National Inventories, and provides access to all ex situ Plant Genetic Resources information across Europe.