By Nigel Maxted, Mohammad E. Dulloo, Brian V. Ford-Lloyd, Lothar Frese, Jose M. Iriondo, Miguel A. A. Pinheiro de Carvalho
This ebook includes forty three chapters, 36 of that have been offered on the a convention entitled "Towards the institution of genetic reserves for crop wild kin and landraces in Europe" held on the college of Madeira, Funchal, Portugal among thirteen and 17 September 2010. The convention papers are offered within the following sections: genetic reserve conservation of crop wild kin (14 papers); on-farm conservation of landraces (10 papers); precedence atmosphere and risk review (4 papers); in situ info administration (4 papers); in situ PGR conservation - coverage implications and implementation (4 papers). This ebook is geared toward delivering exemplars for crop wild kinfolk and landraces conservation and use with functional equipment, protocols and projects. even though the publication in particular specializes in methodological program in Europe, the in situ tools defined are established and are transferable around the globe. The textual content is designed to be of use to conservation pros, geneticists, ecologists, agriculturalists, agro- and biodiversity coverage makers and postgraduate scholars in constructed and constructing nations through the international. to be had In Print
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Eds) Crop Wild Relative Conservation and Use. CAB International, Wallingford, UK, pp. 3-30. , Dulloo, E. and Lane, A. (2008b) Introduction: the integration of PGR conservation with protected area management. , Maxted, N. and Dulloo, E. (eds) Plant Genetic Population Management. CAB International, Wallingford, UK, pp. 1-22. , I riondo, J. and Jarvis, A. (2008c) Genetic gap analysis: a tool for more effective genetic conservation assessment. Diversity and Distributions 14,1018-1030. P. and Guarino, L.
1). The genus Beta is divided into section Beta with three species and two subspecies, section Corollinae, which is composed of three base species and two hybrid species, as well as B. nana (the only species of the former section Nanae). The genus Patellifolia encompasses three species. Nine wild relatives of cultivated beets are native to Europe. 2 Step 2: selection of target taxa In general, it is not practical to attempt to actively conserve all the taxa within the crop gene pool due to resource limitations; there- fore, we need to prioritize and select taxa from the list that will be proposed for active conservation.
A) Presence density (Kernel) map for B. vulgaris subsp. maritima. (b) Map of Natura 2000 network of protected areas. Spatial and Ecogeographic Approaches for Selecting Genetic Reserves in Europe 25 (a) 1 2 3 MI 4 6 7 IM X10 9 =1. 12 17 MI20 =2122 MB =23 X24 `2s MI20 27 20 30 iM 11=1. Irl-4. 0 125 250 500 750 Km Fig. 3. Additional maps included in the third step of the process. (a) Ecogeographic land characterization map designed for Beta species with 50 ecogeographic categories. (b) Potential species richness map for three Beta species.