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Gene Conservation and Exploitation 20th Stadler Genetics Symposium, Proceedings of the Twentieth Stadler Genetics Symposium held in Columbia, Missouri, September 30-October 1, 1991

Proceedings
By: J Perry Gustafson(Editor), Rudi Appels(Editor), P Raven(Editor)
215 pages, 22 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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Proceedings of the twentieth Stadler Genetics Symposium, 1991.

Contents

- Broadening the Basis of Plant Resource Conservation; V.H. Heywood
- Scientific Issues Affecting Gene Conservation and Exploitation of Some Tropical Perennials; J.T. Williams
- The Naranjilla, the Cocona, and their Hybrids; C.B. Heiser
- The Conservation and Utilization of Genes from Endangered and Extinct Plants; R.P. Adams
- Exploitation of Genetic Resources; P.R. Day
- Molecular Evaluation of Plant Genetic Resources; M.T. Clegg
- Exploiting the Diploid D Genome Chromatin for Wheat Improvement; E.S. Lagudah, et al.
- Understanding and Exploiting the Transcriptional Control Mechanisms of Plant Cells; M. Bevans, et al.
- Expression of Transformed Genes in Transgenic Rice and Tobacco; L.A.M. Hensgens, R.A. Schilperoort
- Enhancement of Plant Productivity by Manipulation of ADPglucose Pyrophosphorylase; T.W. Okita, et al.
- Gene Introgression for Cotton Improvement; D.W. Altman
- Index

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Proceedings
By: J Perry Gustafson(Editor), Rudi Appels(Editor), P Raven(Editor)
215 pages, 22 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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