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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Genomics and Breeding for Climate-Resilient Crops : Vol. 1 Concepts and Strategies.
Dordrecht : Springer, ©2013
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|Notes:||18.104.22.168 PCR-Based Molecular Markers.|
|Description:||1 online resource (555 pages)|
|Contents:||Foreword by M.S. Swaminathan; Reference; Reference; Foreword by Loren H. Rieseberg; Foreword by Calvin O. Qualset; Foreword by Ronald L. Phillips; Foreword by J. Perry Gustafson; Preface; Volume 1 ``Genomics and Breeding for Climate-Resilient Crops: Concepts and Strategies ́ ́; Volume 2 "Genomics and Breeding for Climate-ResilientCrops: Target Traits"; Abbreviations; Contents; Chapter 1: Introduction; 1.1 Impact of Climate Change; 1.2 Challenges to Food Production; 1.3 Promise of Genomics and Breeding; References; Chapter 2: Conservation, Evaluation, and Utilization of Biodiversity. 2.1 Climate Change and the Birth of Agriculture2.2 Climate Change and Paradigm Shift in Agriculture; 2.2.1 Shift of Agricultural Areas; 2.2.2 Temperature Change; 2.2.3 Change in Atmospheric CO2 Levels; 2.2.4 Spread of Pests/Diseases; 2.2.5 Disappearance of Landraces and Crop Wild Relatives; 2.3 How Can Plant Genetic Resources Help?; 2.3.1 Search for Adaptation Characters; 2.3.2 Search for New Genes/Alleles/Epialleles (Genetics); 2.3.3 New Breeding Strategies (Traditional vs. Biotech); 2.3.4 The Role of Crop Wild Relatives; 2.3.5 Domesticating New Crops; 2.4 Current Status of PGR Utilization. 2.5 ConclusionsReferences; Chapter 3: Identification of Traits, Genes, and Crops of the Future; 3.1 Introduction; 3.1.1 Definitions of Climate Change; 3.1.2 The DPSIR Conceptual Framework to Devise Climate-Resilient Crops Through Genomics and Breeding; 22.214.171.124 Response to Reduce Emissions Through Both Mitigation and Adaptation Measures; 3.2 Adaptations to Climate Changes in Forest Species: Evidence from Fossil Records; 3.2.1 Evidence from Fossil Records and the Importance of Leaf Longevity and Foliar Phenology for Adaptation to Climate Changes. 3.2.2 Phenology and Genetic Control of Phenophases3.3 Modeling Forest Biogeographic Patterns, Genetic Variation and Genomics for Domestication and Enhancement of Phenotypic Plasticity for Adaptation; 3.3.1 Forest Biogeographic Patterns; 3.3.2 Patterns of Genetic Variation; 126.96.36.199 Conifers; 188.8.131.52 Eucalyptus; 184.108.40.206 Poplar (Populus spp.); 220.127.116.11 Chestnut; 18.104.22.168 Future Applications; 3.3.3 Modeling; 3.3.4 Priority Traits for Genetic and Genomic Studies to Predict Dispersal Fate and to Monitor Genetic Diversity for Mitigating Impact. 3.3.5 Gauging Climate Change Effects and Adaptive Measure to Increase Crop and Forest Plant Resilience in Ecoregions3.3.6 Phenotypic Plasticity and Norm of Reaction; 3.3.7 Domestication of Crop and Forest Species; 3.4 Exploring the Genomes to Discover Plant Traits and Genes Related to Environmental Resilience; 3.4.1 Genetic Markers; 3.4.2 Morphological Genetic Markers; 3.4.3 Biochemical Genetic Markers; 3.4.4 Molecular Genetic Markers; 22.214.171.124 Hybridization- or DNA Cloning-Based Molecular Markers; Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism; Variable Number of Tandem Repeats.|