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Recent advances in the conservation and utilization of genetic resources

Global Maize Germplasm Workshop (1988 MeМЃxico, D.F.)

Recent advances in the conservation and utilization of genetic resources

proceedings of the Global Maize Germplasm Workshop, CIMMYT, Mexico, 6-12 March 1988

by Global Maize Germplasm Workshop (1988 MeМЃxico, D.F.)

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Published by Centro Internacional de Mejoramiento de Maíz y Trigo in México, D.F .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Corn -- Germplasm resources -- Congresses.,
  • Genetic resources conservation -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementsponsored by INIFAP and CIMMYT ; with support from CTA ... [et al.].
    GenreCongresses.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsMLCM 93/02373 (S)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 184 p. :
    Number of Pages184
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1971353M
    ISBN 109686127445
    LC Control Number90209162

    Genetic resources provide basic material for selection and improvement through breeding to ensure food security needs of the world’s rapidly rising population. Conservation and utilization of plant genetic resources are important components of ex-situ collections. Management of ex-situ collections requires creative and adaptive decisions. Plant Genetic Resources is an international journal that brings together the many diverse topics concerned with plant genetic resources. Each issue gives you access to peer-reviewed research papers on genetic variation in plants, both crop and non-crop, as well as on the technical, socio-economic, legal and geo-political aspects of PGR. Plant Genetic Resources Conservation Unit: Griffin, GA Research. Research Projects Advances in the peanut genome sequence and the availability of new genomic tools will help clarify the origin and evolution of the cultivated and wild species of the genus Arachis. The recent use of the two most probable ancestors of peanut A. duranensis.


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Recent advances in the conservation and utilization of genetic resources: proceedings of the Global Maize Germplasm Workshop, CIMMYT, Mexico, March [Nathan C Russell; G Michael Listman; International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center.; Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Forestales (Mexico); Centre technique de coopération.

Conservation of genetic resources depends on the preservation of diversity within and between population of a taxon. This can be achieved in situ. Recent Advances in Conservation of Plant Genetic Resources Chandrakant Singh1*, Poornima Rai2 and Rajkumar BK3 1ARS, Junagadh Agricultural University, India 2Research Associate, NRM Division, India 3ARS, Main Cotton Research Station, India Submission: ; Published: J *Corresponding author: Chandrakant Singh, ARS, Junagadh.

Conservation and sustainable use of genetic resources is essential to meet the demand for future food security. Advances in biotechnology have generated new Author: Kameswara Rao Nanduri.

Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture in –“ approved by Order No 67 of the conservation and utilization of local plant genetic resources both in trade and research and regarding the conservation of plant genetic resources is in conformity with § 9 (2) of the Act on Sustainable Development.

The gene pool is conserved and / or utilized Gene pool à Conservation Utilization Ford-Lloyd and Jackson () Conservation and utilization of plant genetic resources. GenepoolConservationUtilization Model of genetic. Plant Genetic Resources and Their Utilization in Crop Improvement Authors: Vikas Gupta, Satish Kumar, Chandra Nath Mishra and Raj Pal Meena Indian Institute of Wheat and Barley Research, Karnal, Haryana The plant genetic resources (PGR) significantly contributed towards achieving the global objectives of food security, poverty alleviation and sustainable development.

The goal of this book is to compile the most relevant research done with ferns during the last decade. It is organized into four parts: I, Biology and Biotechnology; II, Evolution and Conservation; III, Metabolism and Genetic Resources, and IV, Environment.

Malik S.K., Chaudhury R. () Cryopreservation Techniques for Conservation of Tropical Horticultural Species Using Various Explants. In: Rajasekharan P., Rao V. (eds) Conservation and Utilization of Horticultural Genetic : S.

Malik, R. Chaudhury. The role of public policy and institutions in promoting plant genetic resources conservation and utilization in Kenya is examined.

The need for genetic resource conservation in Africa, and in Kenya in particular, is emphasized in the light of (1) long-term food security, (2) recent advances in biotechnology making all plant genes available for manipulation and crop improvement, (3) Cited by: Germplasm conservation.

Genetic resources provide basic material for selection and improvement, through breeding, to ensure food security needs of rapidly rising global human population which is expected to reach c.9 billion by from c.7 billion in the : Rahul Chandora, Gayacharan, Neelam Shekhawat, Nikhil Malhotra.

Many scientists have underlined the urgency of arresting genetic erosion through the conservation of threatened genetic resources of plants. A first step in all activities concerned with the conservation, evaluation and utilization of genetic resources of plants is the organization of surveys and collection of such materials.

Genetic and Genomic Resources of Grain Legume Improvement is the first book to bring together the latest resources in plant genetics and genomics to facilitate the identification of specific germplasm, trait mapping and allele mining to more effectively develop biotic and abiotic-stress-resistant grains.

This book will be an invaluable resource. Currently his research interests are somatic embryogenesis, organogenesis, haploidy, somatic cell hybridization, somaclonal variation and mutagenesis mainly in medicinal plants, date palm, and banana genetic improvement, genetic diversity, erosion, conservation, and utilization in the context of climate change and food and nutritional security.

Indigenous breeds provide the necessary Genetic diversity needed by modern agriculture as a Means to ensure stability and are vital building blocks for future livestock breeding programmers.

Farm Animal Genetic Resources (FAnGR) conservation, Collection and processing procedures which different widely depending upon the type of germplasm being collected and the donor Cited by: 1. Application of Microsatellite Markers in Conservation Genetics and Fisheries Management: Recent Advances in Population Structure Analysis and Conservation Strategies P.

Abdul-Muneer 1, 2, * 1 National Bureau of Fish Genetic Resources (NBFGR) Cochin Unit, CMFRI Campus, Cochin, KeralaIndiaCited by: The diversity of genetic resources for food and agriculture (i.e.

plants/crops, animals, aquatic resources, forests, micro-organisms and invertebrates) plays a crucial role in meeting basic human food and nutritional needs. It is essential for maintaining and enhancing the efficiency and the resilience of production systems, as well as contributing to sustainable diets and to the.

In the recent era, due to tremendous advancement in industrialization, pollution and other anthropogenic activities have created a serious scenario for biota survival. It has been reported that present biota is entering a “sixth” mass extinction, because of chronic exposure to anthropogenic activities.

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Genetic resources are a necessary starting point for plant improvement. Up to now, reflection on the management of genetic resources considered a three. The project “Conservation, Characterization, Collection and Utilization of the Genetic Resources in Olive (CFC/IOC/03)” has provided the opportunity to accomplish a reorder in olive cultivars by classifying the existing varieties and recovering the old genotypes.

Research on ornamental plant resources, genetics and breeding in China is reviewed. Protection and utilization of rare ornamental resources plays an important role in Chinese ornamental research.

Crossing and selection are still the main methods for breeding new ornamental cultivars, although molecular breeding techniques have also been employed to some by: 1.

Invited talks and Oral/Poster presentations on recent advances on theme areas. The two days programme will be organized Plant genetic resources utilization, conservation and Book of Abstracts/Souvenir of Conference as per the tariff detailed below: Category Amount(Rs) Front cover inside (color) 35, File Size: 8MB.

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The capacity of countries to deploy molecular biology tools and applications has continued to increase significantly. This development is a direct result of the combination of the continuing sharp. conservation and utilization of genetic resources.

Genetic resources and associated information are believed to play a fundamental role on an ongoing basis to most fields of biological science because, they provide insurance of supplying basic materials for agriculture and agri-food against future adverse conditions; preserve germplasm of useful.

This impressive author team brings the wealth of advances in conservation genetics into the new edition of this introductory text, including new chapters on Population Genomics and Genetic Issues in Introduced and Invasive Species. They continue the strong learning features for students - main points in the margin, chapter summaries, vital support with the mathematics, Reviews: 1.

Theobroma cacao, the source of chocolate, is one of the most important tree-crop that serves the purpose of sustaining the economy of millions of households and the largest non-oil foreign exchange earnings in Nigeria.

The management of cacao genetic resources as it affects sustainable production of cocoa in Nigeria is reviewed. These include details of the diversity Author: Festus Olakunle Olasupo, Peter O. Aikpokpodion.

Ginger (Zingiber officinale Rosc.), originated in the Indo-Malayan region, is now widely distributed across the tropics of Asia, Africa, America and was domesticated in India and China, which represent the centre of origin of the species.

Cultivated ginger though sterile, exhibits variations in rhizome and vegetative by:   Phylogeny of African Oryza. Efficient conservation and utilization of the Oryza gene pool will require a clear understanding of the phylogeny and evolutionary relationships of the various species in addition to a reliable taxonomic and biosystematics framework.

In the last two decades, efforts have been made in studying the phylogenetic relationships in the Oryza Cited by: The goal of this book is to compile the most relevant research done with ferns during the last decade. It is organized into four parts: I, Biology and Biotechnology; II, Evolution and Conservation; III, Metabolism and Genetic Resources, and IV, : Hardcover.

Thus, plant genetic resources constitute a unique global heritage and their conservation and utilization is of immediate concern. There have been tremendous efforts in ex-situ conservation of plant genetic resources. Over six million accessions of crop germplasm are currently being conserved worldwide in gene banks (FAO ).

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Project Methods Methods used by investigators and collaborators are as varied as the more than species of plant genetic resources (PGR) maintained by the NCRPIS to support agricultural production and utilization.

Crop germplasm and relatives collected from primary, secondary, and tertiary genepools are maintained using pollination-control methods. Sustainable agricultural productivity is hampered by over-dependency on major staple crops, neglect and underutilization of others, climate change, as well as land deterioration.

Challenges posed by these limiting factors are undoubtedly contributing to global food insecurity, increased rural poverty, and malnutrition in the less developed countries. Miscellaneous neglected and Author: Jacob Popoola, Omena Ojuederie, Conrad Omonhinmin, Adegoke Adegbite.

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Plant genetic resource conservation utilization has been the source of dramatic scientific changes over the course of the last few decades.

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Genetic improvement of coffee Cited by: The conservation of the genetic resources of these species is vital to agriculture and humanity. However, for long-term survival of the world's ecosystems, there is no substantial difference in methods used to protect taxa of proven worth and those that are used to protect others that may be unexplored and in danger of extinction in coming.Molecular tools in plant genetic resources conservation: a guide to the technologies 7 Introduction to this volume Notes The dramatic advances in molecular genetics over the last few years have provided workers involved in the conservation of plant genetic resources with a range of new techniques for their Size: KB.