2 edition of Biological aspects of plant genetic resource conservation in South-East Asia found in the catalog.
Biological aspects of plant genetic resource conservation in South-East Asia
Aberdeen-Hull Symposium on Malesian Ecology (5th 1977 Burn, Tayside)
|Statement||edited by Kwiton Jong.|
|Series||Miscellaneous series / University of Hull, Dept. of Geography -- no. 21., Miscellaneous series (University of Hull. Dept. of Geography) -- no. 21.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 95 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||95|
The more normative aspects of Conservation Biology is another key interest, and I consider the question: "why conserve nature" to be far from trivial. In particular, I am interested in exploring and possibly bridging the typical conceptual gap in how "good nature" is appreciated among landowners, conservationists and the broader population. Evaluation of exotic germplasm for crop improvement. Pp. 95– in Proceedings of the International Symposium on South East Asian Plant genetic Resources, K. L. Mehra and s. G. P. Native American crop diversity, genetic resource conservation, and the policy of neglect. Agric. Human Val. II(3)– The National Academies.
Sustainable agriculture is farming in sustainable ways, which means meeting society's present food and textile needs, without compromising the ability for current or future generations to meet their needs. It can be based on an understanding of ecosystem are many methods to increase the sustainability of agriculture. When developing agriculture within sustainable food systems. Genetic diversity is required for populations to evolve in response to environmental changes, such as climate change and new or altered diseases. Genetic diversity is one of three levels of biological diversity recognized by the IUCN as deserving conservation. The major factor involved in loss of genetic diversity is small population size.
Abstract. Environmental Effects of Conservation Practices on Grazing Lands, Special Reference Briefs U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library. This bibliography is one in a multi-volume set developed by the Water Quality Information Center at the National Agricultural Library in support of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Conservation Effects Assessment. Precision agriculture. Precision farming or precision agriculture is an agricultural concept relying on the existence of in-field variability. It requires the use of new technologies, such as global positioning (GPS), sensors, satellites or aerial images, and information management tools .
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Get this from a library. Biological aspects of plant genetic resource conservation in South-East Asia: being the transactions of the fifth Aberdeen-Hull Symposium on Malesian Ecology, the Burn, Scotland [Kwiton Jong;].
Get this from a library. Biological aspects of plant genetic resource conservation in South-east Asia: being the transactions of the Fifth Aberdeen-Hull Symposium on Malesian Ecology, the Burn, Scotland, [Kwiton Jong; University of Aberdeen.
Institute of South-East Asian Biology.;]. Tropical rain forests of South-east Asia in general, and that of the Indo-Malayan region in particular, are known to endow a tremendous variety of plant genetic resources. These include species of valuable and marketable timber species, medicinal plants, and fruit tree species.
Many fruits originated from the Malaysian forest. Proceedings of a National Workshop on Conservation and Utilization of Plant Genetic Resources, OctoberBeijing, China. This book, the first of its kind in the Indian context, will be found useful by researchers/users and curators engaged in plant genetic resources activities, by the teachers and post-graduate students in traditional and State Universities and equally so, by the policy-makers and conservationists advocating national concern on plant genetic conservation and management.
Biodiversity and Conservation is an international journal that publishes articles on all aspects of biological diversity-its description, analysis and conservation, and its controlled rational use by humankind.
The scope of Biodiversity and Conservation is wide and multidisciplinary, and embraces all life-forms. the Second Report on the State of World’s Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture. The Report is being made available by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) as requested by the Commission on Genetic Resources for Food and.
Conservation Strategy' (WWF-IU CN-BGCS, ) and 'Plant Genetic Resources and their Conservation in-situ for Human Us e' (FAO, a) are some of the more recent additions. The national and regional. The book includes discussions of research needs in the biological sciences as well as economics and anthropology, areas of critical importance to conservation and sustainable development.
Global distribution of plant genetic resources. In general, the highest number of species of vascular plants is found in the humid tropics and subtropics .The species number strongly declines from the tropics and subtropics towards the temperate and polar zone north and south of the equator, indicating that hotspots of biodiversity are mainly associated with warm and humid tropical Cited by: 3.
The first part discuss about the botanical garden. This part will include the introduction, history and development, network and function of botanical garden.
Second part will explain the importance of plant conservation and the global strategy for plant conservation. The third part is the role of botanical garden in plant conservation. In: Plant Genetic Resources-Conservation and Management, (eds) Paroda R. & Arora R. Intern.
Board for Plant Genetic Resources, Regional Office for South Asia and South East Asia, NBPGR Campus, New Delhi, pp.
25– Google ScholarAuthor: P. Gautam, B. Singh, Sanjeev Saxena, Rajiv K. Sharma. Two earlier country reports (Mehra and Arora, b and ) dealt with certain aspects of plant genetic resources activities and this report deals with an appraisal of the past activities, evalua- tion of the plant genetic diversity, and actions underway or proposed in the man-agemellt and conservation of plant genetic wealth in India.
With about half the world's human population and booming economies, Asia faces numerous challenges to its biodiversity.
The Asia Section of the Society for Conservation Biology has identified some. Rice (Oryza sativa) had originated probably in B.C. in South and South-East Asia. The cultivated forms might have been arisen from the wild species of rice like O.
perennis (Fig. From India rice moved to China and to Africa and America where during domestication three different forms has been originated: indica, japonica and javanica.
The Asia Pacific Forest Genetic Resources Programme (APFORGEN) is a regional programme aiming to promote the management of tropical forest genetic diversity more equitably, productively and sustainably in the member countries in the Asia Pacific region (currently 13 countries, namely Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, Cited by: The conservation of genetic and chemical diversity in medicinal and aromatic plants.
3rd IUPAC International Conference on Biodiversity (ICOB-3), Antalya,Abstracts p. 41, Heywood, V.H. Strategies for plant genetic resource conservation - a reappraisal. Phylogeny. Studies on the phylogeny of rattans and other members of the Calamoideae using molecular and morphological datasets have been carried out at the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew by Bill Baker and J.
Dransfield and produced results of particular significance in understanding the evolution of rattans (Baker et al., a, b).The results seem to indicate that the large genus Calamus is. • National germplasm storage centers including the U.S.
Department of Agriculture's National Center for Genetic Resources Preservation, India's National Bureau of Plant Genetic Resources (NBPGR), and the Australian Network of Plant Genetic Resource Centers.
This book is intended for use as an educational textbook in SE Asia. Some 86 species or genera selected from 21 commodity groups of major importance, or with a potential role in SE Asian agriculture, horticulture and forestry, are covered.
The origin, uses, economic significance, botany, agronomy, general husbandry, pests and diseases, harvesting and yield, genetic resources, breeding and.
Southeast Asia is a region of conservation concern due to heavy losses of its native habitats. In this overview, we highlight the conservation importance of Southeast Asia by comparing its degree of species endemism and endangerment, and its rate of deforestation with other tropical regions (i.e., Meso-America, South America, and Sub-Saharan Africa).
Southeast Asia contains the highest Cited by: In Southeast Asia, wildlife conservation focuses strongly on the establishment of protected areas where the forests are specifically managed for species conservation. One of the focal areas of the Convention on Biological Diversityâ€™s Biodiversity Targets is to effectively conserve 10% of each of the worldâ€™s ecological by: Conservation Biology, Pages – Vol No.
4, August Improving Conservation Biology Research in Southeast Asia NAVJOT S. SODHI* AND L. H. LIOW Department of Biological Sciences, National University of Singapore, Kent Ridge, SingaporeRepublic of Singapore Although Southeast Asia is a mega-biodiversity region.