3 edition of Population genetics and genetic conservation of forest trees found in the catalog.
Population genetics and genetic conservation of forest trees
|Statement||edited by Ph. Baradat, W.T. Adams and G. Müller-Starck.|
|Contributions||Baradat, Ph., Adams, W. T., Müller-Starck, G., IUFRO Working Party "Ecological and Population Genetics.", IUFRO Working Party "Biochemical Genetics.", International Union of Forestry Research Organizations. Subject Group S2.02.00 Provenance, Breeding and Genetic Resources., International Symposium on Population Genetics and Gene Conservation (1992 : Carcans, France)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 479 p. :|
|Number of Pages||479|
Keywords: genetic diversity, forest trees, DNA, isoenzyme, conservation, Thailand Introduction As the consequence of depletion of forest due to deforestation and overexploitation, many forest trees and plants have been seriously the concern of conservation in the tropics. Impacts The molecular genetic and genomic tools being developed for trees are quickly reaching the application stage in forest biology. This is illustrated by Dr. Neale's work, which is leading the way in establishing the new field of Conservation and Population Genomics.
Forest Genetics. Many facets of biology affect the tree improvement delivery system through both their independent and integrated roles. Although it is relatively easy to dissect a system to its small components, the reality is that the system is an integrated entity and, as such, the whole does not equal the sum of all its parts. Genetic conservation of forest trees is achieved in British Columbia for all indigenous species through the protection of populations in situ in parks and protected areas. The status of tree species in situ is documented in a companion report, Forest tree genetic conservation status report 1: In situ conservation status of all indigenous British.
Conservation genetics of forest tree species takes advantage from the availability of molecular markers. Depending on the processes that need to be analysed, molecular markers may provide extremely useful information to monitor processes related to adaptation and migration. Markers must be carefully selected depending on the specific question. Some. Population genomics, in its broad-sense definition, is an emerging discipline that combines genome-wide sampling with traditional population genetic approaches to understanding evolution. Here we briefly review traditional methods of studying adaptive genetic variation in forest trees, and describe a new, integrated population genomics by:
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Papers resulting from the International Symposium on Population Genetics and Gene Conservation held in Carcans-Maubuisson, France, Augustorganized by the International Union of Forestry Research Organizations (IUFRO) Working Parties S (Biochemical Genetics) and S (Population and Ecological.
Population Genetics of Forest Trees Allozyme markers in forest genetic conservation. Pages Millar, C. (et al.) Preview Buy Chap19 € Nuclear, chloroplast, and mitochondrial DNA polymorphisms as biochemical markers in population genetic analyses of forest trees.
Pages Population Genetics of Forest Trees Allozyme markers in forest genetic conservation. chloroplast, and mitochondrial DNA polymorphisms as biochemical markers in population genetic analyses of forest trees.
David B. Wagner. Pages Use of DNA markers in forest tree improvement research. Neale, M. Devey, K. Jermstad, M. Sally N. Aitken is a Professor in the Department of Forest Sciences and Director of the Centre for Forest Conservation Genetics at the University of British Columbia.
She studies the population, conservation, ecological genetics, and genomics of forest trees. S he received her PhD from the University of California, Berkeley, and she was a faculty member at Oregon State University. Conservation and the Genetics of Populations gives a comprehensive overview of the essential background, concepts, and tools needed to understand how genetic information can be used to conserve species threatened with extinction, and to manage species of ecological or commercial importance.
New molecular techniques, statistical methods, and Cited by: Reviews “Forest Conservation Genetics is a well-organized, timely, and well-written treatise destined to become a classic study guide for conservation of forest resources. The book does an excellent job of discussing all aspects of the complex topic Cited by: ety depends on forest genetic resources for the ecological services that are often of ex situ conservation.
For agronomic crops, conservation in huge seed banks is the rule. The US National Seed Stor- age Laboratory in Fort Collins, Col- orado, maintains more t separate lots of wheat alone (Chang ).
But for forest trees, conserva-Cited by: Sally N. Aitken is a Professor in the Department of Forest Sciences and Director of the Centre for Forest Conservation Genetics at the University of British Columbia. She studies the population, conservation, ecological genetics, and genomics of forest Range: £ - £ We demonstrate an application of canonical trend-surface analysis for determining locations of in-situ genetic conservation areas.
Allozymes also serve as useful markers in monitoring the effects of forest management and other environmental changes on genetic by: Geographical genetics and the conservation of forest trees Article in Perspectives in Plant Ecology Evolution and Systematics 11(3) May with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Marco Pautasso.
Alan R. Templeton, in Human Population Genetics and Genomics, Population genetics is the science of genetic variation within populations of organisms. Population genetics is concerned with the origin, amount, frequency, distribution in space and time, and phenotypic significance of that genetic variation, and with the microevolutionary forces that influence the fate of genetic variation.
Conference proceedings; Book: Population genetics and genetic conservation of forest trees. + pp. Conference Title: Population genetics and genetic conservation of forest trees. Abstract: Papers presented at an International Symposium held in. Effective management of forest genetic resources is a key element in future forest conservation.
Genetic diversity is essential for both the long-term stability and the short-term productivity of forest ecosystems. Hence there is a great need for information on forest conservation genetics. The book consists of 22 chapters and is divided into five parts integrating.
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. Ten mother trees were randomly selected from the 1 ha plot to ensure the genetic diversity of this rare species (Falk and Holsinger ), with around seeds obtained per tree.
The tree, leaves. Vaillancourt, RE, Population genetics and genetic conservation of forest trees - A book review, New Phytologist,(2) ISSN X () [Letter or Note in Journal] Item Details Item Type.
This version of An Introduction to Forest Genetics is somewhat expanded compared to the book printed in We were encouraged to ”publish” the revised version of the textbook on internet. Undergraduate students are the target group as well as graduate students with limited teaching in forest Size: 7MB.
Genetic conservation of forest trees is achieved in British Columbia for all indigenous species through the protection of populations in situ in parks and protected areas. The status of tree species in situ is documented in a companion report, Forest tree genetic conservation status report 1: In situ conservation status of all indigenous.
Biodiversity and Conservation Biology. Thomas Ledig. My research is primarily in conservation genetics and evolutionary biology, specifically, (1) the conservation genetics and mating systems of rare Mexican spruces and pinyon pines, (2) the recent evolutionary history and biogeography of Californian conifers, and (3) the response of pines to global warming using pitch pine, a species.
In his starting lecture, giving an historic overview, John Avise (University of California Irvine) defined conservation genetics as an applied discipline that merges knowledge and approaches from population and molecular genetics with ecology and biodiversity sciences to create a foundation for the genetic conservation of populations and by:.
Basic genetics, population genetics, genetic tools: the use of biochemical and molecular markers Part 2. Genetic processes Mating systems, gene flow in forest trees, small population processes, selection Part 3.
Threats to in situ genetic conservation.Many analyses of the genetic diversity of forest trees over substantial parts of their distributional ranges are appearing.
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