2 edition of Taxonomy, distribution, conservation and uses of Pistacia genetic resources found in the catalog.
Taxonomy, distribution, conservation and uses of Pistacia genetic resources
|Statement||S. Padulosi, T. Caruso and E. Barone, editors.|
|Contributions||Padulosi, S., Caruso, T., Barone, E., International Plant Genetic Resources Institute.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||69|
Pistachio (Pistacia vera L.) is a strategic nut tree species in the Middle East which holds comparative advantage over other fruit trees in view of its hardiness, income generation opportunities and benefits for the ecosystem. Yet pistachio cultivation depends on a very narrow genetic base, in spite of the existence of many varieties still marginally exploited. Syria is an important center of. This study is the first one to report the stomatal distribution in all Pistacia sp. which was carried out between the months of March and July, Biosystematic Research on the Genus Pistacia in Jordan. In: Taxonomy, Distribution, Conservation and Uses of Pistacia Genetic Resources, Padulosi, S., T. Caruso and E. Barone (Eds.). Int.
Padulosi S et al. Taxonomy, distribution, conservation and uses of Pistacia genetic resources. Report of a workshop, June , IPGRI. Raabe RD and Wilhelm S. Susceptibility of several Pistacia spp. to Verticillium albo-atrum. Plant Disease Reporter. 62(8): SUMMARY Introduction – Little attention has been directed toward the conservation and evolution of Pistachio’s genetic resources in e the increased importance of this crop, local pistachio germplasm is far from being adequately studied and used. Material and methods – The present research aims to study genetic diversity and relationships among three populations (El Guetar Cited by: 1.
To evaluate the genetic relationships among wild and cultivated Pistacia species grown in Iran and the analysis of genetic variation among Iranian pistachio genotypes, two DNA libraries enriched for dinucleotide (AG) n and trinucleotide (ATG) n microsatellite motifs were developed from Pistacia khinjuk genome. Following screening of clones by colony PCR technique, 44 clones were sequenced and Cited by: Taxonomy, distribution, conservation and uses of Pistacia genetic resources El-Oqlah, AA Esau’s plant anatomy: meristems, cells, and tissues of the plant body: their structure, function, and development.
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Taxonomy Taxonomy, distribution, conservation and uses of Pistacia genetic resources. Report of a workshop 29–30 June:1– Report of a workshop 29–30 June:1– Google Scholar. In this chapter, we described the current status of biotechnological conservation approaches for Pistacia species.
Since in vitro conservation and most of cryopreservation methods rely on tissue culture-based methods, we described here micropropagation, distribution, and somatic embryogenesis procedures in addition to in vitro conservation and cryopreservation in Pistacia : Hülya Akdemir, Ahmet Onay.
Collection, conservation and utilization of Pistacia genetic resources in Cyprus 40 C. Gregoriou 41 Natural occurrence, distribution and uses of Pistacia species in Pakistan 45 R. Anwar and M.A.
Rabbani 45 Pistacia in Central Asia 49 Kayimov A.K., R.A. Sultanov and G.M. Chernova 49 II. Pistacia in North Africa ecogeographic distribution, uses and conservation status of the genus Pistacia.
In March IPGRI initiated a new project on Conservation and Use of Underutilized Mediterranean Species. TAXONOMY, DISTRIBUTION, AND MEDICINAL USES OF LEGUME TREES OF PAKISTAN Mohammad Athar^ Zahoor Ahmad^ California Department of Food and Agriculture Capitol Avenue, Suite Sacramento, CaliforniaU.S.A.
[email protected] National Institute of Agricultural Biotechnology and Genetic Resources Pakistan Agricultural Research Council. Analysis of molecular variation between and within cultivated and wild Pistacia species using AFLPs. Taxonomy, distribution, conservation and uses of. Pistacia genetic resources.
book are believed to be true and accurate at the date of publication. 8 Biotechnological Approaches for Conservation of the Genus. and conservation of Pistacia genetic resources to.
The genus Pistacia (Anacardiaceae) includes 11 species divided into four sections, according to leaf characters and nut morphology. Recently two monophyletic groups have been proposed by using cpDNA, Lentiscus and Terebinthus,containing evergreen and deciduous species, respectively.
In the present work molecular markers, derived from two different methods, RAPD and Cited by: Information on population genetic structure and crop genetic diversity is important for genetically improving crop species and conserving threatened species.
The PAL gene sequence is part of a multigene family that can be utilized to design DNA marker systems for genetic diversity and population structure : Setareh Mirzavand, Karim Sorkheh, Mohammad Reza Siahpoosh. Current status and conservation of Pistacia germplasm.
Other uses, including reproduction and distribution, or selling or storage method for the conservation of plant genetic resources which. Pistachio (Pistacia veraL.) is a strategic nut tree species in the Middle East which holds comparative advantage over other fruit trees in view of its hardiness, income generation opportunities and benefits for the ecosystem.
Yet pistachio cultivation depends on a very narrow genetic base, in spite of the existence of many varieties still marginally by: Pistacia L. is a member of the family Anacardiaceae and consists of 11 species according to Zohary`s classification (Zohary, ). Few systematic studies have been published on this important genus, the first complete classification of which was published by Zohary ().
Morphological and molecular phylogeny of Pistacia species in Turkey Taxonomy, Distribution, Conservation and. Uses of Pistacia Genetic Resources. IPGRI, Palermo, Italy, pp conservation. This book, published under the auspices of the International Biological Programme, contains papers delivered at a conference on the exploration, utilization and conservation of plant genetic resources organized by FAO in Rome in Some of the papers have, however, been brought up to date for publication and others have been largely rewritten or even entirely replaced.
35 of the 44 papers in Cited by: Taxonomy, Origin, Distribution and Diversity of Cultivated Phaseolus vulgaris 12 Introduction and Dissemination in Europe 15 Status of Germplasm Resources Conservation (Ex-Situ, In-Situ, On-Farm) 20 Germplasm Evaluation and Use 21 A Glimpse at Crop Improvement 23 a book form on the current status of genetic and genomic File Size: 5MB.
Molecular polymorphism in Pistacia vera L. using non-coding regions of Evidence on the genetic and evolutionary relationships among species within the genus Pistacia is not adequate and is D Zohary (Ed.), The genus Pistacia L. Taxonomy, distribution, conservation and uses of Pistacia genetic resources () Report of a by: 5.
Pistacia is an economically important genus because it contains the pistachio crop Pistica vera L. which has edible seeds of considerable commercial importance.
The phylogenetic relationships among the species are controversial and not well understood. The phylogeny of Pistacia was revised in detail through the present study. The following taxa are recognized: Pistacia atlantica Desf., Pistica.
Genetic erosion, that is, the loss of native plant and genetic diversity has been exponential from the Mediterranean Basin through the Twentieth century. This careless eradication of species and genetic diversity as a result of human activities from a 'hot-spot' of diversity threatens sustainable agriculture and food security for the temperate regions of the world.
This provided the impetus for the publication of a book "Biodiversity in trust: Conservation and use of plant genetic resources in CGIAR". The book has assembled information on the global status of the conservation and use of CGIAR mandated crops that provide 75% of the world's food supply. Introduction.
Pistacia vera L. is a much appreciated crop due to its edible fruit, the pistachio, which is consumed as finger food, and also used as the main ingredient of some beverages, oils, cold meats, cheeses, and sweets. Pistachio ranks fifth among global nut production, and is undergoing a surge worldwide.
Although native to Mediterranean basin, it is currently cultivated on the five Cited by: 1. What is conservation genetics? Conservation genetics is the application of genetics to preserve species as dynamic entities capable of coping with environmental change.
(Frankham et al. An Introduction to Conservation Genetics) Are genetics important in conservation? • Human factors – habitat destruction and huntingFile Size: 1MB.
1. Introduction. The Pistacia genus is a member of the Anacardiaceae family. It consists of 11 species (Zohary, ).The pistachio,Pistacia vera L., is the only cultivated and commercially-grown Anacardiaceae species (Zohary, ).It is a diploid (2n = 30, X = 15), dioecious wind pollinated tree, native of the north east of Iran, north Afghanistan and middle Asian republics, (Zohary and Hopf Cited by: 6.The morphology distribution and inter-relationships of the diploid sub-species.
Zohary, D., Conservation of wild progenitors of cultivated plants in the Mediterranean Basin. (eds.) Taxonomy, distribution, conservation and uses of Pistacia genetic resources. Pp. Report of a workshop, JunePalermo, Italy.