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Conservation of Plant Genetic Resources in Vitro

Applications and Limitations

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Published by Science Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Genetics (non-medical),
  • Management of land & natural resources,
  • Plant physiology,
  • Agricultural Biotechnology,
  • Plant Genetics,
  • Technology & Engineering,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Agriculture - Agronomy,
  • Agriculture - General,
  • Life Sciences - Botany,
  • Genetic resources conservation,
  • Germplasm resources, Plant,
  • In vitro,
  • Storage

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsM. K. Razdan (Editor), Edward C. Cocking (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages2
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12243863M
    ISBN 10157808055X
    ISBN 109781578080557

      This is the first report of the DNA Bank-Net, an organization whose goal is to encourage the conservation, collection, and preservation of plant banking and gene retrievalOligonucleotides from endangered/extinct speciesOperation of a DNA banking facilityThe impact of intellectual property rights in developing countriesInterim preservation of plants for DNA . The collection and conservation of plant genetic resources for food and agriculture was started under international cooperation projects in The national programme „Collection and Conservation of Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture in –“ was.

    3: Genetic diversity - population structure and conservation M D Hayward and N R Sackville Hamilton 4: Genenomic relationships, conserved synteny and wide-hybrids D A Laurie, G J Bryan and J W Snape 5: Molecular markers and the management of genetic resources in seed genebanks: a case study of rice B V Ford-Lloyd, M T Jackson and H J Newbury. In vitro plant germplasm conservation: Germplasm refers to the sum total of all the genes present in a crop and its related species. The conservation of germplasm involves the preservation of the genetic diversity of a particular plant or genetic stock for its use at any time in future.

    A species or a population sample of a particular part of its genetic variation can be maintained through in situ or ex situ conservation. In situ conservation is the preservation of species and populations of living organisms in a natural state in the habitat where they naturally occur. 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 International Potato Center (CIP), Lima-Peru Keywords: Plant genetic resources, germplasm, genebank, conservation, in vitro culture, valorization Contents 1. The origin, diversity.


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In Vitro Methods for Conservation of Plant Genetic Resources. Editors: Dodds, J.H. (Ed.) recommended to all involved with plant genetic conservation and to postgraduate students of in vitro methods.

- The Biologist. Show all. Buy this book. Conservation of Plant Genetic Resources in Vitro: General Aspects Hardcover – October 1, by M. Razdan (Editor), Edward C. Cocking (Editor) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover, October 1, Format: Hardcover.

Suggested Citation: "7. Biotechnology and Germplasm Conservation." National Research Council. Managing Global Genetic Resources: Agricultural Crop Issues and Policies.

Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / B iotechnology requires germplasm, as both raw material and a source of natural variation.

In Vitro Conservation of Plant Genetic Resources Lyndsey A. Withers and Florent Engelmann International Plant Genetic Resources Institute, Rome, Italy I. INTRODUCTION The conservation of biodiversity is widely recognized as a high priority area for attention in the ongoing debate linking environment and development [1,2].

In particular, the Cited by: The first is in relation to genetic stability. As already indicated, certain culture systems are less stable than others, being more prone to somaclonal variation (Scowcroft, ). Therefore, where there is a choice, in-vitro conservation of plant genetic resources generally avoids the use of cell and callus cultures.

(The use of protoplast. This second volume on the conservation of plant genetic resources in vitro focuses on applications and limitations. Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.

Illustrates the application of tissue culture to conservation of plant genetic resources using major crops as examples. This book reviews the techniques in common use and looks at more novel techniques being used to enhance the existing methodology.

This multi-author book provides readers with the broader principles and objectives of conserving various sources of plant germplasm, the methodology for achieving this, and achievements in in vitro conservation in particular crops.

The chapters are entitled: (1) Biotechnology in conservation of genetic resources, by M. Razdan and E. Cocking; (2) Backgrounds and principles of in vitro. Ex situ conservation of plant genetic resources 14 IV. Stages in the ex situ conservation of plant genetic resources 18 A.

Acquiring germplasm 20 B. Preliminary multiplication 39 C. Storing and conserving germplasm 43 D. Managing the conserved germplasm 63 V. Management of germplasm collections and genebanks A.

Germplasm collections B. Biotechnology has brought about a revolution in the way that plant genetic resources can be utilized. Clonal crops cover a wide range of species from the root and tuber crops, such as potato. Conservation of Plant Genetic Resources in Vitro: V-2 Appl & Limitations Hardcover – January 1, by M.

Razdan (Editor), Edward C. Cocking (Editor) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover Format: Hardcover.

In vitro germplasm conservation is an auxiliary tool used in the conservation of genetic resources, especially for vegetatively propagated species.

The conservation of germplasm in fruit species is almost exclusively performed in the field, with a small number of duplications of accessions of certain species in the form of orthodox seeds and/or.

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 strategies and.

Dodds JH () In vitro methods for conservation inplant genetic resources. Chapman and Hall, London, p. Ashmore SE () Status report on the development and application of in vitro techniques for the conservation anduse of plant genetic resources.

IPGRI, Rome, Italy, p. Article 8 of the Convention clearly states the need to develop more effective and efficient guidelines to conserve biological diversity, 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.

Techniques like in vitro culture and cryopreservation have made it easy to collect and conserve genetic resources, especially of species that are difficult to conserve as : Kameswara Rao Nanduri.

Plant Conservation Genetics topics include: strategies for plant conservation opportunities for application of plant conservation genetics botanic garden conservation DNA extraction and storage field genebanks in vitro techniques cryopreservation germplasm collection and management collecting missions genetic and biological property rights and.

Conservation of Plant Genes DNA Banking and in Vitro Biotechnology. Book • CURRENT STATUS OF PLANT GENETIC RESOURCES IN ETHIOPIA. Abebe Demissie. Pages countries Interim preservation of plants for DNA use Cryopreservation of fruit stocks Critical review of international conservation efforts.

In addition ornamentals with a focus on orchids, and the spices and medicinal plants are represented. This book also provides information on the richness of tropical plant diversity, the need to conserve, and the potential utilization of these genetic resources.

Future perspectives of. This multiauthor book is broadly concerned with special applications uniquely associated with in vitro conservation of plant genetic resources. It is divided into 3 parts concerned with cell and callus cultures, zygotic and somatic embryo cultures, and specific crops.

The individual chapters are entitled: newline˜ (1) Effect of postthaw treatments on viability of cryopreserved plant cells, by. In this context, the present book provides a comprehensive overview of the current state of conservation and utilization of horticultural genetic resources, addressing contemporary approaches to conservation in connection with different technologies, including biotechnological approaches as practised in India and in some cases, globally.

In Vitro Methods for Conservation of Plant Genetic Resources by John M. Dodds,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(1).Conservation of plant genetic resources by cryopreservation B. Kaviani Department of Horticultural Science, Rasht Branch, Islamic Azad University, Rasht, Iran *Corresponding author: [email protected] Abstract Cryopreservation is a perfect method for long-term conservation of plant genetic resources, using very low temperature (liquidFile Size: KB.