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Darwinian agriculture : how understanding evolution can improve agriculture

Author: R Ford Denison
Publisher: Milton Keynes UK : Lightning Source UK Ltd., Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, [2017?] 2012.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: R Ford Denison
ISBN: 9780691139500 0691139504 9780691173764 0691173761
OCLC Number: 1050953235
Description: 258 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: List of Illustrations vii Chapter 1 Repaying Darwin's Debt to Agriculture 1 Chapter 2 What Do We Need from Agriculture? 9 Chapter 3 Evolution 101 28 The Power of Natural Selection Chapter 4 Darwinian Agriculture's Three Core Principles 43 Chapter 5 What Won't Work 54 Tradeoff-blind Biotechnology Chapter 6 Selfish Genes, Sophisticated Plants, and Haphazard Ecosystems 76 Chapter 7 What Won't Work 95 Misguided Mimicry of Natural Ecosystems Chapter 8 What Has Worked 120 Improving Cooperation within Species Chapter 9 What Could Work Better 145 Cooperation between Two Species Chapter 10 Stop Evolution Now! 164 Chapter 11 Learning from Plants, Ants, and Ecosystems 177 Chapter 12 Diversity, Bet-hedging, and Selection among Ideas 190 Acknowledgments 217 Glossary 219 References 227 Index 249
Responsibility: R. Ford Denison.

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"Darwinian Agriculture offers an engaging and bold explanation of why agricultural research must take better advantage of insights from evolutionary biology."--Allison A. Snow, Science "Darwinian Read more...

 
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