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- 286 p.
ISBN 92-9043,-123-7

Continent Asiatique ; Génétique

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- 556 p.
ISBN 0999-193X

Volume 33 de Genetics, selection, evolution

Génétique

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- 396 p.

The Global Plan of Action on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture (GPA) adopted in Leipzig, Germany in June 1996, is probably the single most important milestone in achieving a global multilateral system for plant genetic resources. Throughout the preparatory process leading to the Leipzig Conference, government agencies, NGOs, international organizations and scientific institutions have invested much effort in making the GPA realistic and useful. In implementing the GPA, the European region has to face numerous challenges. The large number of very diverse countries, their high level of interdependence, and the heterogeneity of national needs and resources make Europe "a world in a region", a laboratory in which the lessons that are being learned are likely to be relevant for the rest of the world community. The European Symposium on PGRFA held in June 1998 in Braunschweig, Germany, was intended to be a forum for the exchange of experiences and ideas and an occasion to take stock of the implementation of the GPA at the national and regional levels. Reading these proceedings, we will no doubt agree that these goals were successfully reached. Initiatives such as the one taken here by European countries are essential if, as an international community, we want to advance towards the goals that we have set in Leipzig and give substance to the policy framework which is currently under negotiation.
The Global Plan of Action on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture (GPA) adopted in Leipzig, Germany in June 1996, is probably the single most important milestone in achieving a global multilateral system for plant genetic resources. Throughout the preparatory process leading to the Leipzig Conference, government agencies, NGOs, international organizations and scientific institutions have invested much effort in making the GPA ...

Génétique ; Agriculture ; Alimentation

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- 227 p.
ISBN 92-9043-451-1

Génétique

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- 40 p.
ISBN 2-908447-34-7

Génétique

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- 97 p.

Cet ouvrage aborde dans un premier chapitre l'éthique et la médecine préventive puis dans un second chapitre l'ethique et les utilisations du génie génétique dans l'industrie.

Génétique ; ETHIQUE ; Médecin

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- 317 p.
ISBN 978-92-9043-697-3

Génétique ; Agriculture ; Union Européenne

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- n° n°36-37 - 79 p.

Regard sur 20 ans d'action et nouveaux enjeux pour la Commission des ressources génétiques forestières

Forêt ; Génétique

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- n° 5 - 66 p.
ISBN 92-9043-516-X

The publication is aimed at curators and other genebank staff. It is meant to be a discussion guide, to provide ideas and suggestions on how management procedures can be improved, and to point to possible implications of a given management procedure. It does not aim to provide a definitive theory on composing genebank collections or on the management of accessions, nor does it attempt to provide a complete overview of possible approaches and procedures. The reader is invited to give feedback to IPGRI (comments, additions, alternative approaches, etc.) on any aspect of the contents, and thus contribute to the discussion started with this publication.
The publication is aimed at curators and other genebank staff. It is meant to be a discussion guide, to provide ideas and suggestions on how management procedures can be improved, and to point to possible implications of a given management procedure. It does not aim to provide a definitive theory on composing genebank collections or on the management of accessions, nor does it attempt to provide a complete overview of possible approaches and ...

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- 486 p.

Collection patrimoine naturels - Volume n°20, série Patrimoine génétique.
Le programme "Livre rouge de la flore menacée de France" a débuté en 1987 sous l'égide du Ministère en charge de la protection de la nature, qui en a confié la coordination et la réalisation aux Conservatoires botaniques nationaux. Ce travail avait pour objectifs d'identifier les responsabilités de la France et les urgences en matière de conservation de la flore vasculaire, de dresser un bilan des connaissances sur les espèces rares et menacées, et de mettre à disposition un ouvrage pratique qui permette la mise en oeuvre effective de programmes d'études et de conservation.Sa réalisation a mobilisé l'ensemble de la communauté botanique française, comprenant botanistes professionnels et bénévoles. Elle a été coordonnée par le CBN méditerranéen de Porquerolles. Au final, le travail a porté sur près de 1100 taxons (espèces, sous-espèces et variétés) de la flore vasculaire (plantes à graines, fougères et plantes alliées) de France métropolitaine.
Collection patrimoine naturels - Volume n°20, série Patrimoine génétique.
Le programme "Livre rouge de la flore menacée de France" a débuté en 1987 sous l'égide du Ministère en charge de la protection de la nature, qui en a confié la coordination et la réalisation aux Conservatoires botaniques nationaux. Ce travail avait pour objectifs d'identifier les responsabilités de la France et les urgences en matière de conservation de la flore ...

Flore ; France ; Génétique

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- 143 p.
ISBN 978-88-901923-2-6

Italie ; Génétique ; Forêt

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- 134 p.
ISBN 88-901923-0-5

Italie ; Génétique ; Forêt

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- 199 p.

Ouvrage réalisé à l'occasion d'une rencontre entre chercheurs et journalistes d'information scientifique.

Génétique ; Flore

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ISBN 90-74134-10-6

Génétique

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- 304 p.
ISBN 0 85199 295 1

This book is an edited compilation of papers from the Symposium on the Economics of Valuation and Conservation of Genetic Resources for Agriculture held in Rome in May 1996. It addresses some of the key issues involved in the estimation of the economic value of conserving genetic resources for agriculture. It covers the modelling of the value of Plant Genetic Resources (PGRs), empirical studies of PGRs (including field diversity and yield vulnerability), seven empirical studies of PGR breeding values, property rights in PGRs and the implications of modern biotechnology methods for PGR values. The book will be essential reading for workers in agricultural economics, plant breeding and genetics, and biodiversity and conservation.
This book is an edited compilation of papers from the Symposium on the Economics of Valuation and Conservation of Genetic Resources for Agriculture held in Rome in May 1996. It addresses some of the key issues involved in the estimation of the economic value of conserving genetic resources for agriculture. It covers the modelling of the value of Plant Genetic Resources (PGRs), empirical studies of PGRs (including field diversity and yield ...

Agriculture ; Génétique

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