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Conserving plant genetic diversity in protected areas: population management of crop wild relatives.

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This book comprises 7 chapters discussing the genetic diversity conservation in protected areas and the management of wild relatives. Some topics covered were: genetic reserve management, location and design; plant population monitoring methods for in situ conservation of wild relatives; habitat recovery; and ex situ measures....

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Chapter 3 (Page no: 65)

Genetic reserve management.

This chapter discusses the following topics: genetic reserve management plans; why a management plan is required; role of management plan following reserve establishment; elements of a genetic reserve management plan; minimum content of a genetic reserve management plan; design and implementation of a genetic reserve management plan; management interventions; and genetic management outside of protected areas.

Other chapters from this book

Chapter: 1 (Page no: 1) Introduction: the integration of PGR conservation with protected area management. Author(s): Maxted, N. Iriondo, J. M. Dulloo, M. E. Lane, A.
Chapter: 2 (Page no: 23) Genetic reserve location and design. Author(s): Dulloo, M. E. Labokas, J. Iriondo, J. M. Maxted, N. Lane, A. Laguna, E. Jarvis, A. Kell, S. P.
Chapter: 4 (Page no: 88) Plant population monitoring methodologies for the in situ genetic conservation of cwr. Author(s): Iriondo, J. M. Ford-Lloyd, B. Hond, L. de Kell, S. P. Lefèvre, F. Korpelainen, H. Lane, A.
Chapter: 5 (Page no: 124) Population and habitat recovery techniques for the in situ conservation of plant genetic diversity. Author(s): Kell, S. P. Laguna, E. Iriondo, J. M. Dulloo, M. E.
Chapter: 6 (Page no: 169) Complementing in situ conservation with ex situ measures. Author(s): Engels, J. M. M. Maggioni, L. Maxted, N. Dulloo, M. E.
Chapter: 7 (Page no: 182) Final considerations for the in situ conservation of plant genetic diversity. Author(s): Iriondo, J. M. Dulloo, M. E. Maxted, N. Laguna, E. Engels, J. M. M. Maggioni, L.