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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
George Amato; et al
|Description:||248 S : Ill.|
|Contents:||List of Illustrations List of Tables Foreword: The Continuity of Genomes and Genetic Resources for the New Century, by Sydney Brenner Acknowledgments General Introduction Part I. Perspectives on the Union of Conservation and Genetics 1. The Expansion of Conservation Genetics, by Rob DeSalle and George Amato 2. Conservation Genetics and the Extinction Crisis: A Perspective, by William Conway 3. Moving Toward a More Integrated Approach, by George Amato Part II. Conservation Genetics in Action: Assessing the Level and Quality of Genetic Resources in Endangered Species 4. Neutral, Detrimental, and Adaptive Variation in Conservation Genetics, by Philip W. Hedrick 5. Stopping Evolution: Genetic Management of Captive Populations, by Robert C. Lacy 6. The Emerging Theme of Ocean Neighborhoods in Marine Conservation, by Stephen R. Palumbi 7. Genetic Data and the Interpretation of Restoration Priorities of the Cicindela dorsalis Say Complex (Coleoptera: Carabidae): The Components of Conservation Genetics Revisited, by Paul Z. Goldstein Range Collapse, Population Loss, and the Erosion of Global Genetic Resources, by James P. Gibbs Part III. Saving Genetic Resources 9. Biodiversity, Conservation, and Genetic Resources in Modern Museum and Herbarium Collections, by Robert Hanner, Ang lique Corthals, and Rob DeSalle 10. Banking of Genetic Resources: The Frozen Zoo at the San Diego Zoo, by Leona G. Chemnick, Marlys L. Houck, and Oliver A. Ryder 11. The Role of Cryopreserved Cell and Tissue Collections for the Study of Biodiversity and Its Conservation, by Vitaly Volobouev 12. The Silent Biodiversity Crisis: Loss of Genetic Resource Collections, by Deborah L. Rogers, Calvin O. Qualset, Patrick E. McGuire, and Oliver A. Ryder 13. Who Owns the Ark, and Why Does It Matter?, by Cathi Lehn, Rebecah Bryning, Rob DeSalle, and Richard Cahoon Part IV. Genomic Technology Meets Conservation Biology 14. Conservomics? The Role of Genomics in Conservation Biology, by George Amato and Rob DeSalle 15. Genomics and Conservation Genetics, by Judith A. Blake 16. Crop Transgenes in Natural Populations, by Norman C. Ellstrand 17. The Role of Assisted Reproduction in Animal Conservation, by Anne McLaren 18. Conservation and Cloning: The Challenges, by Ian Wilmut and Lesley Paterson Part V. Policy, Law, and Philosophy of Conservation Biology in the Age of Genomics 19. Can Our Laws Accommodate the New Conservation Genetics?, by Gerald J. Flattmann Jr., Barbara A. Ruskin, and Nicholas Vogt 20. The Import of Uncertainty, by Sandra D. Mitchell Further Reading List of Contributors Index|
|Series Title:||New directions in biodiversity conservation|
|Responsibility:||ed. by George Amato ... [et al.].|
Both faculty and graduate students alike will appreciate this survey of the cutting edge in conservation biology...recommended. Chocice
- GENOMIK (MOLEKULARE GENETIK)
- ARTENSCHUTZ/GENETISCHE ASPEKTE (NATURSCHUTZ)
- DIVERSITÄT (NATURSCHUTZ)
- GENETISCHE VERARMUNG UND REDUKTION DER BIODIVERSITÄT (UMWELTPROBLEME)
- GENOMICS (MOLECULAR GENETICS)
- GÉNOMIQUE (GENETIQUE MOLÉCULAIRE)
- PROTECTION DE LA NATURE/BASES
- PRINCIPLES OF NATURE CONSERVATION
- CONSERVATION DES ESPÈCES/ASPECTS GÉNÉTIQUES (PROTECTION DE LA NATURE)
- CONSERVATION GENETICS (NATURE CONSERVATION)
- DIVERSITY (NATURE CONSERVATION)
- DIVERSITÉ (PROTECTION DE LA NATURE)
- APPAUVRISSEMENT GÉNÉTIQUE ET DIMINUTION DE LA BIODIVERSITÉ (PROBLÈMES ENVIRONNEMENTAUX)
- GENETIC IMPOVERISHMENT AND REDUCTION OF BIODIVERSITY (ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS)
- Ecological genetics.
- Germplasm resources conservation.
- Conservation of natural resources -- Methods.
- Genetics -- Ethics.