1 edition of Long term preservation of favourable germ plasm in arboreal crops found in the catalog.
Long term preservation of favourable germ plasm in arboreal crops
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|Statement||edited by T. Akihama and K. Nakajima ; with contributions by T. Akihama ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Akihama, T., Nakajima, K., Nōrinshō Kaju Shikenjō (Japan)|
|LC Classifications||SB123.3 .L66|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||152 p. :|
|Number of Pages||152|
|LC Control Number||81103385|
Preservation of plant germplasm resources is vitally important for mankind to supply food and product security in the globalization and technological advances of the 21st century. Mankind preserved a wealth of available genetic resources of many plant species worldwide. Long term preservation of favourable germ plasm in arboreal crops edited by T. Akihama and K. Nakajima ; with contributions by T. Akihama [et al.] Fruit Tree Research Station,
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The Global Crop Diversity Trust is responsible for the unprecedented mission of ensuring the long-term conservation and use of crop diversity for food security worldwide. and book chapters and. 3 CONTENTS Foreword vii PLANT PROPAGATION AND GERMPLASM CONSERVATION In vitro clonal propagation to eliminate crop diseases 3 W. M. ROCA Research on long-term storage and exchange of in vitro plant germplasm 11 L. A. WITHERS AND J T WILLIAMS Tissue culture of oil palm and coconut: current researches at IRHO and ORSTOM 25 C. PANNETIER, J. M.
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This publication reports the results obtained since in a multi-institutiona l project on the title subject, carried out in Japan. The 23 papers, all written by participants in the project, deal with a range of storage techniques and with a variety of crops including tea (root conservation) mulberry, citrus, (pollen and seed storage), persimmon (seed storage), deciduous fruits and temperate.
Omura M, Sato Y, Seike K (b) Long term preservation of Japanese pear seeds under extra-low temperatures. In: Akihama T, Nikajima K (eds) Long term preservation of favourable germ plasm in arboreal crops. Fruit Tree Res Stn Minist Agric For Jpn, pp 26–30 Google ScholarCited by: 8.
Anon. Leucaena - Promising Forage and Tree Crop for the Tropics. Report on a study conducted jointly by the Philippine Council for Agriculture and Resources Research and the United States National Academy of Sciences. Akihama, T. and Nakajima, K. (Eds.). Long Term Preservation of Favourable Germ Plasm in Arboreal Crops.
Fruit Tree. OKA S, K OHYAMA In vitro culture of excised mulberry bud and dormancy analysis with it. In T Akihama, N Nakajima, eds, Long Term Preservation of Favourable Germ Plasm in Arboreal Crops.
Fruit Tree Res Stn MAF, Japan, pp – Google Scholar. Present methods of germ plasm storage such as field, tenn preservation of favourable gennplasm in arboreal crops. Fruit. Tree concerning the long-term preservation the decline of recovery. For long-term ecological and protein synthesis during storage and dormancy in tree seeds, pp.
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In: Akihama T, Nikajima K (eds) Long term preservation of favourable germ plasm in arboreal crops, Fruit Tree Res Stn Minist Agric For Jpn, pp 26–30 Google Scholar Orlikowska T () Effect of in vitro storage at 4 °C on survival and proliferation of two apple rootstocks.
Abstract. It is generally accepted that the genus Cryptomeria has only one species, Cryptomeria japonica, which occurs naturally from latitude 40°42′ N to latitude 30°15′ N and from 0 to 2, metres above sea-level in Japan.
Cryptomeria in Japanese forestry is a most useful coniferous tree, supplying high-grade quality timbers for wooden houses. The book is r e c o m m e n d e d to those wanting to get an up-todate survey a b o u t incompatibility in angiosperms.
Giinther, Greifswald Akihama, T., Nakajima, K. (eds.): Long term preservation of favouzabie germ plasm in arboreal crops Fruit Tree Research Station Yatabe IbarakiJapan pp., 51 figs., 80 tabs. Preservation of Favourable Germ Plasm in Arboreal Crops, eds. Akihama and K. Makajima. Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, Japan.
Omura, M., Sato, Y. and Seike, K., Long term preservation of Japanese pear seeds under extra-low Ultracold preservation of seed germplasm, pp. In Plant Cold Hardiness and Freezing Stress, eds. Present methods of germ plasm tenn preservation of favourable gennplasm in arboreal crops.
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Honjo H & Nakagawa Y () in Long Term Preservation of Favourable Germplasm in Arboreal Crops, (eds) T Akihama & K Nakajima, Kokusai Print Service, Tokyo, pp favourable germplasm in arboreal crops use of in vitro storage for temperate fruit germ Cryopreservation of dormant buds can be a feasible method for long term preservation of clonally.
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Types of determinants in the nucleus determines cell type. Mathematically: LER = relative yield of crop A and relative yield of crop B + relative yield of crop n In the maize/cow-peas combination considered above the LER = + = An LER greater than implies that for that particular crop combination, inter-cropping yielded more than growing the same number of stands of each crop as sole.
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