2 edition of Efficiency in plant breeding found in the catalog.
Efficiency in plant breeding
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|Statement||W. Lange, A.C. Zeven and N.G. Hogenboom (editors).|
|Contributions||Lange, W., Zeven, A. C., Hogenboom, N. G., Eucarpia. Congress|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||383 p. :|
|Number of Pages||383|
The Society for Plant Breeding e.V. (GPZ) aims at advancing fundamental and applied research into plant breeding and strengthening the interaction between plant breeders and academia. GPZ was founded in Göttingen in and has more than members at present. Every two years, the society organizes a scientific symposium at different locations Biometrical Techniques in Plant Breeding by Phundan Singh, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.. PDF | This paper reviews the main concepts of several methods of phenotypic stability analysis and points out their advantages and limitations.
About this book. While retaining the current blend of theory and practical application, this second edition of Plant Breeding is a completely revised and updated new edition of a popular book. This expanded edition has the additional benefit of input from a third author, Hugo Campos from agricultural company Monsanto, who has considerable experience working in plant breeding with commercial Plant adaptation is a fundamental process in plant breeding. It was the first criterion in the initial domestication of plants thousands of years ago. Adaptedness is generally a quantitative complex feature of the plant, involving many traits, many of which are quantitative. Adaptation to stresses like cold, drought or diseases are among the most central problems in a world grappling with
Efficiencyin PlantBreeding Proceedingsofthe 10th Congress ofthe EuropeanAssociationforResearch on Plant Breeding, EUCARPIA Wageningen, the Netherlands, June ,oom(Editors) UNIVERSITATSBIBLIOTHEK HANNOVER TECHNISCHE INFORMATIONSBIBLIOTHEK PudocWageningen The techniques used have been rapidly advanced and refined over recent ptionThe book will provide comprehensive coverage of the whole area of plant breeding. It is based on Peter Caligari's and Jack Brown's experience in, and teaching of, plant breeding › Books › Science & Math › Agricultural Sciences.
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Participatory plant breeding (PPB) has been practiced for several reasons, including sociological, humanitarian, and egalitarian. This paper aims to demonstrate that PPB should be practiced simply because it increases plant breeding efficiency, which is defined as (i) the ratio between the number of varieties adopted and the number of crosses made, (ii) the response to selection, and (iii) the The time has come when plant breeding efficiency may cause loss of genetic resources and adaptation.
In these proceedings an effort is made to merge modern plant breeding efficiency with ecological aspects of plant breeding, reflected in adaptation.
The book is based on 10 keynotes addressing a wide spectrum of themes related to adaptation Author: Dr. Venkata R. Prakash Reddy Venkata R. Prakash Reddy; Publisher: Daya Publishing House ISBN: Category: Education Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» Genetics is the study of genes, heredity, and genetic variation in living organisms while plant breeding is the art and science of changing the traits of plants in order to produce desired :// Plant breeding is a method for the creation, selection, and fixation of superior plant phenotypes in the development of improved crop varieties which fulfills the need of farmers and consumers.
Primary goals of plant breeding with agricultural crops have aim to improve yields, nutritional qualities, and other traits of Principles of Plant Genetics and Breeding, 2 nd Edition introduces both classical and molecular tools for plant breeding.
Topics such as biotechnology in plant breeding, intellectual property, risks, emerging concepts (decentralized breeding, organic breeding), and Condon AG, Richards RA, Rebetzke GJ, Farquhar GD () Breeding for high water-use efficiency.
J Exp Bot – PubMed CrossRef Google Scholar Derera J, Tongoona P, Vivek BS, Laing AD () Gene action controlling grain yield and secondary traits in southern African maize hybrids under drought and non-drought :// Accordingly this book is composed of two sections.
The first section (Chapters 1 to 8) covers topics of classical phenotypic data analysis for prediction of breeding values in animal and plant breeding › Life Sciences › Systems Biology and Bioinformatics.
Plant breeding represents the most valuable strategy in increasing our productivity in a way that is sustainable and environmentally sensitive.
Plant breeding can rightly be considered as one of the oldest multidisciplinary subjects that is known to humans. It was practised by people who first started to carry out a settled form of :// Conventional plant breeding can thus be integrated with forward or reverse genomic approaches and high throughput methods to help in rice biofortification.
In this chapter, we have described the genomics of micronutirents biofortification in rice. Plant Micronutrient Use Efficiency: This book explores the discovery of novel genes and This book contains the proceedings of the Ninth Meeting of the Eucarpia Section Biometrics in Plant Breeding.
The main theme of this meeting was Applications of Molecular Markers. The papers on this theme reflect to a large extent the current status of biometrical research on applications of molecular markers in plant breeding and Plant breeding and genetics play an important role in organic agriculture.
Well‐rehearsed examples include plant breeding for resistance against plant diseases and pests, genetic improvement in 1. FAO - Plant breeding and related biotechnology capacity survey status 7 2 Cameroon - Plant breeding budget by crop 15 3.
Kenya- Plant breeding budget by crop 18 4. Kenya- Distribution of plant breeding emphasis by type of institution, thousand efficiency of publicly- and privately-funded plant breeding programs, while maximizing the The book is based on 10 keynotes addressing a wide spectrum of themes related to adaptation.
In addition each subject is further elaborated in up to three case studies on particular plant species or groups of plants. The keynotes do in fact overlap to some › Life Sciences › Plant Sciences.
In book: Plant Breeding Reviews, Vol pp - Cite this publication. Dionysia Fasoula. ; Agricultural Research Institute Cyprus; improve selection efficiency in plant breeding A new index of selection efficiency, i.e. the ratio of the probability of achieving the desired genetic gain in a target population to the cost expended for that gain, is introduced to define the Get this from a library.
Efficiency in plant breeding: proceedings of the 10th Congress of the European Association for Research on Plant Breeding, EUCARPIA, Wageningen, the Netherlands, June [W Lange; A C Zeven; N G Hogenboom; Eucarpia. Congress] Plant Micronutrient Use Efficiency: Molecular and Genomic Perspectives in Crop Plants presents information on the complex mechanisms regulating micronutrient use efficiency in tanding this science is essential for the development of new varieties of crop plants that are more resilient to micronutrient stress, as well as plants with increased bioavailable concentrations of Plant breeding is based on phenotyping, not only because of tradition, but because of essence.
Phenotypes are harvested and consumed. A plant phenotype is the result of the interactions between all the micro-and mega-environments encountered by a stationary plant and its genome. Over the recent years we have witnessed an explosion in state-of-the-art technologies developed through This book provides an overview of the rapidly developing integration and interdependence of quantitative genetics, genomics, bioinformatics and their application to plant breeding.
Chapters have been developed from a symposium held in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, in Marchalthough additional contributions have also been commissioned especially for this :// Plant Breeding Reviews presents state-of-the-art reviews on plant genetics and the breeding of all types of crops by both traditional means and molecular methods.
Many of the crops widely grown today stem from a very narrow genetic base; understanding and preserving crop genetic resources is vital to the security of food systems ://.
"Water Use Efficiency in Plant Biology" is the first book to provide comprehensive coverage of water use efficiency at the molecular, cellular, whole plant, and community Major paradigm shift in plant breeding since the availability of molecular marker technology is that mapping and characterizing the genetic loci that control a trait will lead to improved breeding.
Often, one of the rationales for cloning of QTL is to develop the “perfect marker” for MAS, perhaps based on a functional polymorphism. In contrast, an advantage of genomic selection is Modern plant breeding is considered a discipline originating from the science of genetics.
It is a complex subject, involving the use of many interdisciplinary modern sciences and technologies that became art, science and business. Revolutionary developments in plant genetics and genomics and coupling plant "omics" achievements with advances on computer science and informatics, as well as