Edited By: NW Simmonds and J Smartt
412 pages, figs, tabs
Covers the principles of plant breeding and the expanded range of techniques now available for effective crop improvement. Contents include: The evolution of crops; Basic plant breeding methodology; Plant breeding objectives; Genetic aspects; Breeding plans; Trials and multiplication; Disease and pest resistance; Special techniques including biotechnology; New crops and genetic conservation; The social context.
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