Edited By: Jürgen Blaser, Jane Carter and Don Gilmour
182 pages, Figs, tabs
A collection of papers, many translated from Russian, and originally presented at a seminar held in 1995 to increase international awareness about Kyrgyzstan's unique walnut-fruit trees. Subject matter includes the historical and present-day utilization and management of these forests, their ecological diversity and importance for biodiversity conservation, and measures adopted for the genetic improvement of walnut, Juglans regia, and other commercially important species.
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