Gene Conservation and Exploitation: 20th Stadler Genetics Symposium

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EditorJ. Perry Gustafson, Rudi Appels, P. Raven

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Emphasizing crops, rare and endangered species, and tropical perennials, explores issues of conserving and exploiting the genetic resources of plants. Among the 11 topics are molecular evolution, the transcriptional control mechanisms of plant cells, the manipulation of ADPglucose pyrophosphorylase, and the improvement of wheat, rice, and tobacco. Double spaced. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

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Emphasizing crops, rare and endangered species, and tropical perennials, explores issues of conserving and exploiting the genetic resources of plants. Among the 11 topics are molecular evolution, the transcriptional control mechanisms of plant cells, the manipulation of ADPglucose pyrophosphorylase, and the improvement of wheat, rice, ...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:233 pages, 10 × 7.01 × 0.27 inPublisher:Springer US

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ISBN - 10:0306445336

ISBN - 13:9780306445330

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Broadening the Basis of Plant Resource Conservation; V.H. Heywood. Scientific Issues Affecting Gene Conservation and Exploitation of Some Tropical Perennials; J.T. Williams. The Naranjilla, the Cocona, and their Hybrids; C.B. Heiser. The Conservation and Utilization of Genes from Endangered and Extinct Plants; R.P. Adams. Exploitation of Genetic Resources; P.R. Day. Molecular Evaluation of Plant Genetic Resources; M.T. Clegg. Exploiting the Diploid D Genome Chromatin for Wheat Improvement; E.S. Lagudah, et al. Understanding and Exploiting the Transcriptional Control Mechanisms of Plant Cells; M. Bevans, et al. Expression of Transformed Genes in Transgenic Rice and Tobacco; L.A.M. Hensgens, R.A. Schilperoort. Enhancement of Plant Productivity by Manipulation of ADPglucose Pyrophosphorylase; T.W. Okita, et al. Gene Introgression for Cotton Improvement; D.W. Altman. Index.