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Molecular genetics and breeding of forest trees

Molecular genetics and breeding of forest trees

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Published by Food Products Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Trees -- Breeding,
  • Trees -- Molecular genetics,
  • Forest genetics

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index

    StatementSandeep Kumar, Matthias Fladung, editors
    ContributionsKumar, Sandeep, Fladung, Matthias
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSD399.5 .M66 2004
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxx, 436 p. :
    Number of Pages436
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17123022M
    ISBN 101560229586, 1560229594
    LC Control Number2002156648

    Table of contents for Forest genetics / Timothy L. White, W. Thomas Adams, David B. Neale. Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog. Note: Contents data are machine generated . Interests in molecular population genetics, ecological genetics and genomics of forest trees, and human impact on forest genetic resources. Hans H. Hattemer: Formerly in charge of Chair of Forest Genetics and Forest Tree Breeding, University of Göttingen.

    Folksonomy: A system of classification derived from the practice and method of collaboratively creating and managing tags to annotate and categorize content; this practice is also known as collaborative tagging, social classification, social indexing, and . The relatively small genomes of these species make the application of molecular genetics approaches attractive. The application of modern genomics will accelerate the development of improved eucalypts for a wide range of uses. This book brings together diverse information on the genetics, genomics, and breeding of these important forest species.

    Plant Breeding and Genetics. 2, likes 17 talking about this. Plant Breeding and Genetics is a website for information related to plant breeding and 5/5. Better quality and higher productivity are the incentives for molecular genetics of forest trees. Ronald R. Sederoff is awarded the Marcus Wallenberg Prize for his breakthroughs in .


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Molecular genetics and breeding of forest trees Download PDF EPUB FB2

Book Description. Scientists and researchers from top labs around the world share their expertise. This unique text integrates tree transgenesis, functional genomics, and structural genomics to present, for the first time, a unified approach to.

To make it easier to find the specific information you’re looking for, Molecular Genetics and Breeding of Forest Trees is divided into four sections: Forest Tree Functional Genomics, Molecular Biology of Wood Formation, Forest Tree Transgenesis, and Genome Mapping in 5/5(1).

Molecular Genetics and Breeding of Forest Trees - CRC Press Book Scientists and researchers from top labs around the world share their expertise. This unique text integrates tree transgenesis, functional genomics, and structural genomics to present, for the first time, a unified approach to research on the molecular biology of forest trees.

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A Guide to Forest Tree Species Selection and Silviculture in Ireland. COFORD. ix + Many tables, figures and plates. Price € (hardback). ISBN Sandeep Kumar and Matthias Fladung (eds). Molecular Genetics and Breeding of Forest Trees. The Haworth Press. xx + Many tables and figures (some in colour).Author: Christine Cahalan.

Winner of a Outstanding Academic Title (OAT) award Trees continue to maintain a unique significance in the social, ecological and economic systems of the world - as large, long-lived perennials covering 30% of land on Earth; their very nature dictates their importance.

An understanding of forest genetics is essential for providing insight into the evolution. Get this from a library. Molecular genetics and breeding of forest trees. [Sandeep Kumar; Matthias Fladung;] -- This unique single source integrates tree transgenesis, functional genomics, and structural genomics to present, for the first time, a unified approach to research on the molecular biology of forest.

An understanding of forest genetics is essential for providing insight into the evolution, conservation, management and sustainability of both natural and managed forests. Providing a comprehensive introduction to the principles of genetics as important to forest trees, this text integrates the varied sub-disciplines of genetics and their.

Molecular Genetics and Breeding of Forest Trees [HARDCOVER] [] [By Sandeep Kumar(Editor)] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.5/5(1). from book Genomes of Plants and Animals: 21st Stadler Genetics Symposium (pp) Molecular Markers, Forest Genetics, and Tree Breeding Chapter January with Reads.

They argued that studies of quantitative trait loci identified in agronomic crops, which have significant utility (e.g. Stuber, ; Stuber et al., ), are of little relevance to assessing the potential for marker aided selection in populations of forest trees, and that the near term usefulness of molecular markers for forest tree breeding Cited by:   Strauss SH, Lande R, Namkoong G () Limitations of molecular-marker-aided selection in forest tree breeding.

Can J For Res – CrossRef Google Scholar Telfer EJ, Stovold GT, Li YJ, Silva OB, Grattapaglia DG, Dungey HS () Parentage reconstruction in Eucalyptus nitens using SNPs and microsatellite markers: a comparative analysis Cited by:   Yongsheng Liu, in Advances in Genetics, Further Evidence for Bud Variation.

In our modern text book of fruit tree breeding, bud variation was introduced as a single chapter (Shen, ).Many of the present day varieties of horticultural plants owe their origin to bud variation, which can readily be propagated by asexual methods (Shamel & Pomeroy.

Molecular Genetics and Breeding of Forest Trees Sandeep Kumar, PhD Matthias Fladung, PhD Editors Food Products Press® An Imprint of The Haworth Press, Inc. Progress 10/01/02 to 10/01/03 Outputs Surprisingly little is known about molecular mechanisms by which nitrogen (N) availability acts to modulate the growth of forest trees.

To address this issue, differential display was used in conjunction with filter-based arrays to identify 52 partial cDNA clones that were significantly regulated within. Molecular genetics: Specific alleles of genes controlling important economic traits (e.g. wood properties) are being identified as changes in single nucleotide polymorphisms.

Impacts (N/A) Publications. Ahuja, M.R. Recent advances in molecular genetics of forest trees. Euphytica (2): Forest Genetics and Forest Tree Breeding. Research We are interested in population genetics and ecological genetics of forest organisms.

The focus of our research is on molecular genetic approaches to study patterns of genetic variation in forest organisms. Main fields of research are: • Adaptation mechanisms and tree improvement at the. well as using molecular genetic and genomic variation to characterize genetic variation (reviewed in Neale and Kremer ).

Although the study of conservation genetics has been useful to the management of forest animal species (Avise ), this chapter focuses on the genetics of forest trees, which are uniquely challengedAuthor: Jessica Wright. The book also includes exercise sets and computer codes for all the analyses used.

This book can serve as a textbook for graduates and senior undergraduates in genetics, agronomy, forest biology, plant breeding and animal sciences.

It will also be useful to researchers and other professionals in the areas of statistics, biology and agriculture. Molecular population genetics and landscape genomics approaches are just beginning to be applied to forest tree populations, and the practical application of this work will be the development of.

Introduction: genetic variation of forest trees. Genetic variation within most forest tree species is high in comparison to other organisms.

Comprehensive reviews of isozyme variation revealed that forest trees are among the most genetically diverse groups of organisms (Hamrick and Godt ).Longevity, efficient gene flow mechanisms, and dominance of Cited by: Winner of a Outstanding Academic Title (OAT) award!

Trees continue to maintain a unique significance in the social, ecological and economic systems of the world – as large, long-lived perennials covering 30% of land on Earth; their very nature dictates their importance. An understanding of forest genetics is essential for providing insight into the.Breeding, genetics, and genomics of fruit trees.

Toshiya Yamamoto. molecular markers linked to the PCNA type have been developed and used for marker-assisted selection. Breeding of perennial fruit trees is hampered by several disadvantages compared with annual crops, such as lengthy breeding cycles, from seed to fruit bearing, due to a long Cited by: 3.