Illustrates the application of the newer technologies in the various areas of plant genetic resources work and evaluates their actual or potential use.
"Explores a number ways that of techniques for [sic] that have been developed for manipulating genomes can be applied in assessing, conserving, and using plant genetic variation. The topics include population structure and conservation, rice as a case study of molecular markers and managing genetic resources in seed gene banks, DNA banking, plant breeding, germplasm health and quarantine, biodiversity for bio- industries, and internet resources. Addressed to scientists in biodiversity and germplasm conservation, crop improvement, museums and herbaria, genetics, taxonomy, molecular biology, and ecology."--SciTech Book News
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