Genetic Resources of Mediterranean Pasture and Forage Legumes is a comprehensive review of grassland improvement in Mediterranean areas using legume species. The book includes a detailed account of the processes involved in understanding the ecology of legumes and their collection in the Mediterranean, through to their preliminary evaluation and storage at various Genetic Resource Centres. A generic conspectus and key to the forage legumes of the Mediterranean basin is also included. These proceedings are truly international with examples on the collection and use of Mediterranean genetic resources being illustrated by Genetic Resource Centres in Australia, Cyprus, France, Greece, Syria, Turkey and Tunisia. Current important issues such as the sustainability of Mediterranean grasslands, the risk of genetic erosion and the principles of population genetics employed during a collecting mission are discussed. The book will be of value to researchers working in the fields of grassland and rangeland improvement, Mediterranean farming systems, genetic resources, and pasture and forage ecology.Howieson J.G., Loi, A. and Carr S.J. (1995.) ... pasture legumes and their associated root-nodule bacteria collected from acidic parts of Greece (Serifos), Morocco, Sardinia and Corsica. ... A manual for the practical study of root-nodule bacteriaa#39;.
|Title||:||Genetic Resources of Mediterranean Pasture and Forage Legumes|
|Author||:||Sarita Bennett, P.S. Cocks|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06|