2 edition of Swedish contributions to the development of plant breeding found in the catalog.
Swedish contributions to the development of plant breeding
A ke A kerman
|Statement||by A ke A kerman, I. Granhall, G. Nilsson-Leissner, A. Mu ntzing, and O. Tedin.|
|Series||New Sweden tercentenary publications|
|Contributions||Granhall, Ingvar, 1906-, Nilsson-Leissner, Gunnar, 1895-, Mu ntzing, Arne, 1903-|
|LC Classifications||SB123 .A3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||111|
|LC Control Number||38029134|
One • Role of Plant Breeding in Agriculture 1 Characteristics Improved by Plant Breeding 2 Disciplines that Contribute to Cultivar Development 7 Skills Required of a Plant Breeder 8 Two• Modes of Reproduction 11 Cell Processes in Reproduction 11 Sexual Reproduction 17 Asexual Reproduction 22 Three • Genetic Principles 26Cited by: Current research projects in Plant Breeding. Wheat gluten proteomics, and its application in wheat quality breeding: in collaboration with the University of Tuscia, Italy (Prof MT Labuschagne) Gluten proteins and their influence on bread making quality: in collaboration with the Swedish Agricultural University (Prof MT Labuschagne).
Rolf H. J. Schlegel, Ph.D., , is Professor of Cytogenetics and Applied Genetics, with over thirty years of experiences in research and teaching of advanced genetics and plant breeding in Germany and Schlegel is the author of more than research papers and other scientific contributions, co-coordinator of international research projects, and has been a scientific. Prof. Nuez is author of more than scientific papers, contributions to congresses and books on plant breeding and has developed several cultivars of vegetable crops. He has been honoured as Honorary member of EUCARPIA for his scientific excellence. He is also director of a Master in Plant Breeding at UPV.
NILSSON-EHLE, HERMAN (, Sweden, 12 February ; dLund, Sweden, 29 December ) genetics, plant breeding. Nilsson-Ehle was the son of Nils Nilsson, a farmer, and his wife, Elin. After first studying in Malmö, he enrolled in at the University of Lund, where he received the candidate’s degree in , the licentiate degree in , and the Ph. D. in Plant Breeding Reviews presents state-of-the-art reviews on plant genetics and the breeding of all types of crops by both traditional means and molecular methods. Many of the crops widely grown today stem from a very narrow genetic base; understanding and preserving crop genetic resources is vital to the security of food systems worldwide.
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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Åkerman, Åke, Swedish contributions to the development of plant breeding.
Stockholm, Printed by. 2 INNOVATIVE APPROACHES TO RICE BREEDING and Sweden during Average annual increase was 97 kg/ha 1. Improvement curves for grain yield per hectare of wheat in Mexico (r = ***) for Mexican winter-sown spring wheat, kg/ha (r = ***) for Swedish winter wheat, and 89 kg/ha (r = ***) for Swedish spring wheat.
Size: 5MB. Introduction – definition, aim, objectives and scope of plant breeding – history and development of plant breeding –contributions of eminent scients – important concepts of breeding self pollinated, cross pollinated and vegetatively propagated crops 2. Department of Plant Breeding.
We teach and perform strategic and applied research on horticultural and agricultural crops with the aim to provide knowledge, tools and products for a bio-based economy, improved environment and human health. Our vision is that our work shall make significant contributions to an efficient and sustainable production.
In willow breeding, this issue was acknowledged early. Development of new high producing willow clones was initiated in Sweden in by Svalöf-Weibull AB. The main purpose of the breeding program was to develop high yielding clones resistant towards pests, frost, and diseases, and with morphology suitable for mechanical by: In breeding programs of agricultural plants numerous studies have been focused on the development of new varieties/hybrids tolerant to various environmental stresses (drought, low.
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INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND HISTORY OF PLANT BREEDING IN INDIA The Government of India created the Department of Agriculture. First scientist appointed in the Department.
He was agricultural chemist. Agricultural Colleges were established at Kanpur, Pune, Sabour, Llyalpur, Coimbatore. Principles of Plant Breeding IInd edition () is an excellent treatise on the subject as the first edition.
It ia an excellent text book for plant breeding students in agriculture. It is one of the best reference books for the teachers and scientists working in the area of plant breeding.
Purna K. Barua Assam Agric. University Jorhat/5(5). The book chapters have presented the latest advances and comprehensive information on selected topics that will enhance the reader's knowledge of contemporary plant breeding.
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The courses in genetics include principles ofFile Size: KB. Plant breeding is based on phenotyping, not only because of tradition, but because of essence. Phenotypes are harvested and consumed. A plant phenotype is the result of the interactions between all the micro-and mega-environments encountered by a stationary plant and its genome.
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Fasoula, Ioannis M. Ioannides, Michalis Omirou. Plant breeding is essential to food production, climate-change adaptation and sustainable development.
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Plant breeding can be accomplished through many different techniques ranging from File Size: 6MB. The first section (Chapters 1 to 8) covers topics of classical phenotypic data analysis for prediction of breeding values in animal and plant breeding programs.
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Plant Breeding Reviews presents state-of-the-art reviews on plant breeding and genetics covering horticultural, agronomic and forestry crops, incorporating both traditional and molecular methods. The contributions are authored by world authorities, anonymously reviewed, and edited by Professor Jules Janick of Purdue University, USA.
1 The historical perspectives of plant breeding. 2 The need and importance of plant breeding to society. 3 The goals of plant breeding.
4 Trends in plant breeding as an industry. 5 Milestones in plant breeding. 6 The accomplishments of plant breeders. 7 The future of plant breeding in society. goals of plant breeding are focused and Size: KB. Plant breeding involves elements of both natural and cultural selection-a process which operates on individual plants and on plant populations.
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