This book will address the current state of climate change predictions, and how climate change will affect conservation and use of crop germplasm, both ex situ and in situ. In addition, specific examples of germplasm research related to 'climate change threats' will be highlighted. Such activities need to take place under a regime of access to and use of germplasm through international conventions and treaties.Hampe, A. and Petit, R.J. (2005) Conserving biodiversity under climate change: the rear edge matters. Ecology Letters ... In: Maxted, N., Ford-Lloyd, B.V. and Hawkes, J.G. (eds) Plant Genetic Conservation: the In Situ Approach. Chapman ... Heywood, V.H., Kell, S.P. and Maxted, N. (2008) Towards a global strategy for the conservation and use of crop wild relatives. In: Maxted, N. ... Hunter, D. and Heywood, V.H. (2011) Crop Wild Relatives: A Manual of In Situ Conservation. Earthscananbsp;...
|Title||:||Plant Genetic Resources and Climate Change|
|Author||:||Michael Jackson, Brian Ford-Lloyd, Martin Parry|
|Publisher||:||CABI - 2013-12-13|