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Methods In Comparative Plant Ecology

Author: G.A. Hendry
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9401114943
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Methods in Comparative Plant Ecology: A laboratory manual is a sister book to the widely acclaimed Comparative Plant Ecology by Grime, Hodgson and Hunt. It contains details on some 90 critical concise diagnostic techniques by over 40 expert contributors. In one volume it provides an authoritative bench-top guide to diagnostic techniques in experimental plant ecology.

Guide To Information Sources In The Botanical Sciences

Author: Elisabeth B. Davis
Publisher: Libraries Unlimited
ISBN: 9781563080753
Size: 43.98 MB
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Works cited in this useful survey are appropriate for students, librarians, and amateur and professional botanists. These encompass the plant kingdom in all its divisions and aspects, except those of agriculture, horticulture, and gardening. The majority of the annotations are for currently available in-print or electronic reference works. A comprehensive author/title and a separate subject index make locating specific entries simple. With materials ranging from those selected for the informed layperson to those for the specialist, this new edition reflects the momentous transition from print to electronic information resources. It is an appropriate purchase for public, college, university, and professional libraries.

Methods In Comparative Plant Population Ecology

Author: David J. Gibson
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 019967146X
Size: 20.14 MB
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This second edition provides authoritative guidance on research methodology for plant population ecology. Practical advice is provided to assist senior undergraduates and post-graduate students, and all researchers, design their own field and greenhouse experiments and establish a research programme in plant population ecology.

Conserving Plant Genetic Diversity In Protected Areas

Author: José María Iriondo
Publisher: CABI
ISBN: 1845933710
Size: 31.95 MB
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Conservation in protected areas has focused on preserving biodiversity of ecosystems and species, whereas conserving the genetic diversity contained within species has historically often been ignored. However, maintaining genetic diversity is fundamental to food security and the provision of raw materials and it is best preserved within plants' natural habitats. This is particularly true for wild plants that are directly related to crop species and can play a key role in providing beneficial traits, such as pest or disease resistance and yield improvement. These wild relatives are presently threatened due to processes of habitat destruction and change and methodologies have been adapted to provide in-situ conservation through the establishment of genetic reserves within the existing network of protected areas.Providing a long-awaited synthesis of these new methodologies, this book presents a practical set of management guidelines that can be used for the conservation of plant genetic diversity of crop wild relatives in protected areas.

Guide To Reference And Information Sources In Plant Biology

Author: Diane Schmidt
Publisher: Libraries Unltd Incorporated
Size: 44.89 MB
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This third edition of a classic bibliography retains the best features of its predecessor, published ten years ago, with greatly expanded coverage of Web sites. Its nearly 1,000 annotated entries focus on core materials for botanists and plant biologists. Organized by topic rather than format, it runs the gamut from Plant Physiology to Genetics and Biotechnology. Introductory chapters discuss the study of plants, characteristics of plant biology literature, and the history of the field and the people in it. This book is for both neophyte and seasoned botanists and their information purveyors.

Information Sources In Life Sciences

Author: Harold Vivian Wyatt
Publisher: K G Saur Verlag Gmbh & Company
ISBN: 9781857390704
Size: 60.18 MB
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Life scientists have two kinds of information needs: experimentalists require advance information while others rely on past knowledge to help interpret current data. The critical guide enables researchers & librarians at all levels to distinguish & exploit the most efficient methods & materials from the glut of literature available today. New to this edition are a comparison of library services & policies in different countries, & chapters on biotechnology & cell biology.