Edited By: Erica E Benson
309 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs
Recent developments, especially in the fields of tissue culture, cryogenic storage and molecular biology have resulted in the wider utilisation of biotechnology within the area of international biodiversity conservation. The subject fields of conservation biotechnology and biodiversity are attracting considerable interest in the higher education sector, and increasingly the subjects are presented in specialised and advanced training workshops. With only a few books dedicated solely to conservation biotechnology in its own right, the aim of this book is to address this shortfall and produce a book which is directly targeted at explaining, reviewing and exploring the important role of biotechnology in plant conservation.
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