Forest Genetics

Forest Genetics
Author: Timothy L. White,W. T. Adams,David B. Neale
Publsiher: CABI
Total Pages: 682
Release: 2007
Genre: Science
ISBN: 9781845932855

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This book, which contains 20 chapters, integrates the varied subdisciplines of genetics and their applications in gene conservation, tree improvement and biotechnology. Topics covered include: genetic variation in natural forests, the application of genetics in tree improvement and breeding programmes, and genomic sequences and molecular technologies. This book will be a valuable resource for students, scientists and professionals in the plant sciences, especially forest geneticists, tree breeders, forest managers and other natural resource specialists.

Introduction to Forest Genetics

Introduction to Forest Genetics
Author: Jonathan Wright
Publsiher: Elsevier
Total Pages: 480
Release: 2012-12-02
Genre: Gardening
ISBN: 9780323148887

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Introduction to Forest Genetics examines some of the basic genetic concepts typically used in forestry and tree improvement studies, including Mendelian and population genetics. It also describes techniques that are generally useful in tree improvement work, including individual tree selection and breeding, provenance testing, species and racial hybridization, and introduction of exotics. Organized into 19 chapters, this volume begins with an overview of forest genetics and problems associated with forest genetics. It then discusses concepts from basic genetics, including chromosome structure and function; DNA and RNA; nongenetic inheritance; and genotype versus phenotype. Other chapters focus on inbreeding: complete elimination of homozygous recessive trees; mutation and migration; and controlled pollination and vegetative propagation. The book also covers the establishment and measurement of test plantations; general principles and methods of selective breeding; choice of breeding method and type of seed orchard; heritability and genetic gain; geographic variation in Scotch pine and American trees; species and racial hybridization; chromosome studies; and polyploidy and haploidy breeding. This book is a valuable resource for foresters, professional tree breeders, and those with or without previous training in genetics or forestry.

Genetics and Improvement of Forest Trees

Genetics and Improvement of Forest Trees
Author: Yuji Ide
Publsiher: MDPI
Total Pages: 328
Release: 2021-08-16
Genre: Science
ISBN: 9783036512426

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Forest tree improvement has mainly been implemented to enhance the productivity of artificial forests. However, given the drastically changing global environment, improvement of various traits related to environmental adaptability is more essential than ever. This book focuses on genetic information, including trait heritability and the physiological mechanisms thereof, which facilitate tree improvement. Nineteen papers are included, reporting genetic approaches to improving various species, including conifers, broad-leaf trees, and bamboo. All of the papers in this book provide cutting-edge genetic information on tree genetics and suggest research directions for future tree improvement.

Forest Genetics

Forest Genetics
Author: Timothy L. White,W. T. Adams,David B. Neale
Publsiher: CABI
Total Pages: 682
Release: 2007
Genre: Science
ISBN: 9781845932862

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This book, which contains 20 chapters, integrates the varied subdisciplines of genetics and their applications in gene conservation, tree improvement and biotechnology. Topics covered include: genetic variation in natural forests, the application of genetics in tree improvement and breeding programmes, and genomic sequences and molecular technologies. This book will be a valuable resource for students, scientists and professionals in the plant sciences, especially forest geneticists, tree breeders, forest managers and other natural resource specialists.

Forest Genetics

Forest Genetics
Author: Anonim
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2002
Genre: Forest genetics
ISBN: MINN:31951P00871157F

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Tropical Forest Genetics

Tropical Forest Genetics
Author: Reiner Finkeldey,Hans Heinrich Hattemer
Publsiher: Springer Science & Business Media
Total Pages: 316
Release: 2006-11-22
Genre: Technology & Engineering
ISBN: 9783540373988

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This book provides a solid scientific basis for researchers, practitioners and students interested in the application of genetic principles to tropical forest ecology and management. It presents a concise overview of genetic variation, evolutionary processes and the human impact on forest genetic resources in the tropics. In addition, modern tools to assess genetic diversity patterns and the dynamics of genetic structures are introduced to the non-specialist reader.

Report of Research Working Group 1 Forest Genetics to Standing Committee of Australian Forestry Council on Proceeding s of Fourth Meeting of Representatives Held at Melbourne Victoria 4 7 March 1974

Report of Research Working Group 1  Forest Genetics  to Standing Committee of Australian Forestry Council on Proceeding s  of Fourth Meeting of Representatives Held at Melbourne  Victoria 4 7 March 1974
Author: Australian Forestry Council. Forest Genetics Research Working Group
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 143
Release: 1974
Genre: Pinus radiata
ISBN: MINN:319510001497211

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Encyclopedia of Forest Sciences

Encyclopedia of Forest Sciences
Author: Julian Evans,John A. Youngquist
Publsiher: Academic Press
Total Pages: 2400
Release: 2004-04-02
Genre: Nature
ISBN: 9780080548012

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A combination of broad disciplinary coverage and scientific excellence, the Encyclopedia of Forest Sciences will be an indispensable addition to the library of anyone interested in forests, forestry and forest sciences. Packed with valuable insights from experts all over the world, this remarkable set not only summarizes recent advances in forest science techniques, but also thoroughly covers the basic information vital to comprehensive understanding of the important elements of forestry. The Encyclopedia of Forest Sciences also covers relevant biology and ecology, different types of forestry (e.g. tropical forestry and dryland forestry), scientific names of trees and shrubs, and the applied, economic, and social aspects of forest management. Valuable key features further enhance the utility of this Encyclopedia as an exceptional reference tool. Also available online via ScienceDirect – featuring extensive browsing, searching, and internal cross-referencing between articles in the work, plus dynamic linking to journal articles and abstract databases, making navigation flexible and easy. For more information, pricing options and availability visit www.info.sciencedirect.com. Edited and written by a distinguished group of editors and contributors Well-organized encyclopedic format provides concise, readable entries, easy searches, and thorough cross-references Illustrative tables, figures, and photographs in every entry, produced in full color Comprehensive glossary defines new and important terms Complete, up-to-date coverage of over 60 areas of forest sciences - sure to be of interest to scientists, students, and professionals alike! Editor-in-Chief is the past president of the International Union of Forestry Research Organizations, the oldest international collaborative forestry research organization with over 15,000 scientists from 100 countries

Forest Conservation Genetics

Forest Conservation Genetics
Author: Andrew Young,David Boshier,Timothy Boyle
Publsiher: CSIRO PUBLISHING
Total Pages: 366
Release: 2000-07-24
Genre: Technology & Engineering
ISBN: 9780643102576

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Forest management must be sustainable not only in ecological, economic and social, but also genetic terms. Many forest managers are advocating and developing management strategies that give priority to conserving genetic diversity within production systems, or that recognise the importance of genetic considerations in achieving sustainable management. Forest Conservation Genetics draws together much previously uncollected information relevant to managing and conserving forests. The content emphasises the importance of conserving genetic diversity in achieving sustainable management. Each chapter is written by a leading expert and has been peer reviewed. Readers without a background in genetics will find the logical sequence of topics allows easy understanding of the principles involved and how those principles may impact on day-to-day forest planning and management decisions. The book is primarily aimed at undergraduate students of biology, ecology, forestry, and graduate students of forest genetics, resource management policy and/or conservation biology. It will prove useful for those teaching courses in these fields and as such help to increase the awareness of genetic factors in conservation and sustainable management, in both temperate and tropical regions.

Handbook of Quantitative Forest Genetics

Handbook of Quantitative Forest Genetics
Author: Lauren Fins,S.T. Friedman,J.V. Brotschol
Publsiher: Springer Science & Business Media
Total Pages: 406
Release: 2013-06-29
Genre: Nature
ISBN: 9789401579872

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This handbook was designed as a reference tool for forest geneticists, tree breeders and other tree improvement personnel, as well as a textbook for university courses and short-courses at the graduate level in quantitative genetics. The chapters focus on the decision points faced by quantitative geneticists and breeders in designing programs and analyzing data. Beginning with a justification for the use of quantitative genetics in decision making in tree improvement programs, the book continues with a brief presentation of fundamental principles, followed by discussions and evaluations of mating designs and field test designs, the use of best linear predictors to estimate breeding values, the use of computer programs in the analysis of variance for genetic information, the deployment of genetically improved stock for capturing gains, the use of economic models for program justification, and the development of seed transfer guidelines.

Forest Genetics

Forest Genetics
Author: Anonim
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 2
Release: 1991
Genre: Forest genetics
ISBN: MINN:31951003044674S

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Forest Genetics and Sustainability

Forest Genetics and Sustainability
Author: Csaba Mátyás
Publsiher: Springer Science & Business Media
Total Pages: 290
Release: 2013-11-11
Genre: Technology & Engineering
ISBN: 9789401715768

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During the 4th International Consultation on Forest Genetics and Tree Building, held in 1998 in Beijing, China, leading scientists were invited to review past achievements, to redefine the role of forest genetics and breeding in contemporary forestry, and to set priorities for future research and development. On the basis of the invited presentations, the volume summarizes the state of knowledge in various fields, such as the impact of forest management and of changing environmental conditions on genetic resources, and the value of genetic markers as indicators for adaptational potential, as well as the tasks of conservation. Detailed reports from the different continents provide a comprehensive diagnosis of the global situation of forest genetics and tree breeding research. The book offers not only an overview of contemporary trends and expected future developments, but also identifies current main problems in funding and cooperation. It may prove therefore useful not only for scientists, university lecturers and advanced students in the field of forestry, ecology and conservation biology, but also for decision makers and managers in companies and conservation organizations.

Modern Methods in Forest Genetics

Modern Methods in Forest Genetics
Author: J.P. Miksche
Publsiher: Springer Science & Business Media
Total Pages: 290
Release: 2013-03-09
Genre: Technology & Engineering
ISBN: 9783662125236

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The present volume contains papers developed from courses given at the International Union of Forest Research Organizations (IUFRO) Bio chemical Genetics Workshop (Working Party S.04-5) held at the Univer sity of Gottingen, Germany on July 5 through 28, 1973. The workshop was organized by Professor Robert G. Stanley and was held in memory of Professor Klaus Stern. Unfortunately, both met with untimely deaths. Professor Stanley was also instrumental in initiating the process of having the workshop proceedings published. I was asked by the workshop participants to complete this task, and I wish to acknowledge their cooperation, advice and encouragement. In addition to the courses and subsequent papers resulting from the above workshop, we have included some papers by colleagues who were unable to attend the meeting. The contents of this text may, there fore, be considered a working-manual of generally "modern" techniques that are applicable to forest genetics and breeding programs. The chapters are placed in five major categories. The first three categories follow according to classes of chemical constituents in herent to plants which are nucleic acids (DNA, RNA) , primary gene products (amino acids, proteins and enzymes) and primary and secon dary metabolites (carbohydrate polymers, resins, phenolics, pigments, etc.). The fourth category is concerned with the interaction of en vironment and gene systems. Indirect selection, crossing and proto plasmic and flowering manipulation are factors covered in the fifth category.

A Bibliography on Forest Genetics and Forest Tree Improvement 1958 59

A Bibliography on Forest Genetics and Forest Tree Improvement  1958 59
Author: Jonathan W. Wright,Paul O. Rudolf
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 93
Release: 1962
Genre: Agriculture
ISBN: UIUC:30112019317533

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This bibliography on forest genetics is the fourth in a series compiled from the forestry and botanical literature of the world. This publication was prepared to enable research workers and students to find pertinent references on the genetics of forest trees.

Nitrogen Corn and Forest Genetics

Nitrogen  Corn  and Forest Genetics
Author: Roy R. Silen
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 20
Release: 1982
Genre: Douglas fir
ISBN: MINN:31951D02964518P

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