Edited By: Otto H Frankel, Anthony Brown and Jeremy J Burdon
320 pages, 7 b/w photos, 29 illus, 15 tabs
Highlights the different levels of biological organisation at which conservation is being addressed - the gene, the species and the community. The book investigates two major areas of concern: firstly, the conservation of plants of use to humans (crops, forest trees and other plants of forseeable use); secondly, the conservation of wild species in their ecological setting.
'A number of useful issues are discussed, notably the in - situ/ex- situ debate which is rapidly coming to the fore.' TEG News
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