2 edition of Solanaceae genetic resources in Europe found in the catalog.
Solanaceae genetic resources in Europe
Report of two meetings: 21 September 2001, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, and 22 May 2003, Skierniewice, Poland.
|Statement||M.C. Daunay, L. Maggioni and E. Lipman, compilers.|
|Contributions||Daunay, M. C., Maggioni, L., Lipman, E., International Plant Genetic Resources Institute., European Cooperative Programme for Crop Genetic Resources Networks.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 92 p. :|
|Number of Pages||92|
Next-generation sequencing (NGS) technologies make possible the sequencing of the whole genome of a species decoding a complete gene catalogue and transcriptome to allow the study of expression pattern of entire genes. The huge data generated through whole genome and transcriptome sequencing not only provide a basis to study variation at gene sequence (such as single-nucleotide polymorphism Author: Sushil Satish Chhapekar, Rashmi Gaur, Ajay Kumar, NiralaRamchiary. The conservation, management and utilization of plant genetic resources, also known as germplasm, form the basis for harnessing genetic diversity to create and sustain agricultural production systems and a stable, nutritious national food supply. Germplasm, both the genetic material (genes, groups of genes, chromosomes) that controls heredity and the tissues, organs and organisms that .
Iconography of the Solanaceae from Antiquity to the XVIIth Century: a Rich Source of Information on Genetic Diversity and Uses Marie-Christine Daunay and Henri Laterrot INRA, Unité de Génétique & Amélioration des Fruits et Légumes Domaine St. Maurice, BP 94 Montfavet cedex France Solanaceae history in Europe is linked to. The Solanaceae are Solanum melongena and a species of Mandragora. Except for the mandrake, they are depicted as well-tended. Except for the mandrake, they are depicted as well-tended. Moreover, polymorphy is evident in three of the four species of Cucurbitaceae among the Tacuinum manuscripts, corresponding to and beyond that already illustrated Cited by:
Background and Aims. Beginning in the last two decades of the 14th century, richly illuminated versions of the Tacuinum Sanitatis, the Latin translation of an 11th-century Arabic manuscript known as Taqwim al-Sihha bi al-Ashab al-Sitta, were produced in northern illustrated manuscripts provide a window on late medieval life in that region by containing some full-page. Each chapter includes information on the origin and domestication, varietal groups, genetic resources, major breeding achievements and current goals of breeding, breeding methods and techniques, integration of the new biotechnologies in the breeding programmes, and the production of seed of specific crops. About the Editors.
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Report of two meetings, 21 SeptemberNijmegen, The Netherlands, 22 MaySkierniewice, Poland. The Solanaceae, or nightshades, are a family of flowering plants that ranges from annual and perennial herbs to vines, lianas, epiphytes, shrubs, and trees, and includes a number of agricultural crops, medicinal plants, spices, weeds, and ornamentals.
Many members of the family contain potent alkaloids, and some are highly toxic, but many—including tomatoes, potatoes, eggplant, bell and Clade: Tracheophytes.
which genetic resources could be accessed and bene ts shared have been de ned in the Nagoya Protocol on Access and Bene t Sharing (, Nagoya). The more uniform the crop in general, the easier it is to manage as an ex situ collection.
Unfortunately, cultivated potato is an incredibly diverse crop, and while virtually all the potato planted and used commercially worldwide are tetraploid potato varieties, diploid, triploid, tetraploid, and even pentaploid landrace potatoes are still grown throughout the South American : David Ellis, Alberto Salas, Oswaldo Chavez, Rene Gomez, Noelle Anglin.
Other topics included the planning for safety-duplication of Solanaceae accessions in Europe, the finalization of minimum descriptor lists for Pepino, Groundcherry and Tree tomato, and the organization of an ad hoc meeting to use the “PGR Duplicate Finder” software, currently under development at CGN, on the Solanaceae Databases.
The Solanaceae – A Review of Recent Research on Genetic Resources and Advances in the Breeding of Tomato, Pepper and Eggplant Penelope J. Bebeli1* • Andrea Mazzucato2 1 Laboratory of Plant Breeding and Biometry, Agricultural University of Athens, Iera O Votanikos, 55 Athens, GreeceFile Size: KB.
Cultivated eggplants-origin, breeding objectives and genetic resources, a review Programme For Crop Genetic Resources Network, Solanaceae Genetic. Resources in Europe. Results are summarized of extensive evaluation trials on aubergine, pepper (Capsicum annuum) and tomato genetic resources.
The information was entered into evaluation databases using several software packages. These databases provide easy access to the evaluation data for analysis and selection of accessions, in order to accelerate the breeding process for solanaceous crops and to promote the Author: L.
Krasteva, M. Sabeva, I. Lozanov, G. Neshev, T. Pencheva, R. Vladova, M. Zamfirova, D. Dimova, P. Ethnobotany is the study of how people of a particular culture and region make use of indigenous (native) plants. Plants provide food, medicine, shelter, dyes, fibers, oils, resins, gums, soaps, waxes, latex, tannins, and even contribute to the air we breathe.
Many native peoples also use plants in. In recent times, the intrinsic value of the consumption of a broad repertoire of edible plant species has been pinpointed, and international recognition of the potential of minor crops has been encouraged by several plans of action involving worldwide participation, e.g., the FAO’s “Global Plan of Action for the Conservation and Sustainable Utilization of Plant Genetic Resources” and Cited by: Phenotypic Characterization.
The entries were each scored for 19 plant, leaf, flower and fruit traits (Table 3), included among the European Cooperative Program for Plant Genetic Resource Solanaceae and/or the International Board for Plant Genetic Resources eggplant color was measured using a Chroma-meter Minolta CR on the basis of the three Hunter color Cited by: The potato is a root vegetable native to the Americas, a starchy tuber of the plant Solanum tuberosum, and the plant itself, a perennial in the family Solanaceae.
Wild potato species, originating in modern day Peru, can be found throughout the Americas, from the United States to southern Chile. The potato was originally believed to have been domesticated by indigenous peoples of the Americas Clade: Tracheophytes.
The European Cooperative Programme for Plant Genetic Resources (ECPGR) is a collaborative programme among most European countries aimed at ensuring the long-term conservation and facilitating the increased utilization of plant genetic resources in Europe.
Bioversity International is a CGIAR Research Centre. Here, we present an overview of the development of genetic and genomic resources of tomato in the last decade, with a special focus on the activities of Japan SOL and the National Bio-Resource Project in the development of functional genomic resources of a model cultivar, by: Horticultural Reviews presents state-of-the-art reviews on topics in horticultural science and technology covering both basic and applied research.
Topics covered include the horticulture of fruits, vegetables, nut crops, and ornamentals. These review articles, written by world authorities, bridge the gap between the specialized researcher and the broader community of horticultural scientists.
Solanaceae Genetic Resources in Europe. Report of the two meetings - 21 SeptemberNijmegen, The Netherlands /22 MaySkierniewice, Poland. 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: About this book. Contents: *History, Origin and Early Cultivation of Tomato (Solanaceae): Iris E. Peralta and David M. Spooner. *Genetic Resources of Tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill) and Wild Relatives: Larry D. Robertson and Joanne A. Labate.
It also aimed at defining ways to bring forward research, assessing possibility of forming networks and raising awareness. This book collects together a number of the contributions that were made in Ljubljana and intends to be a starting point demonstrating the opportunity to join efforts to understand and maintain precious resources in Europe.
Under-utilized Andean food crops: Status and prospects of plant biotechnology for the conservation and sustainable agricultural use of genetic resources. Acta Hort.
Note: mentions. Journal of Integrative Agriculture15(9): â€“ RESEARCH ARTICLE Available online at ScienceDirect Genetic diversity of pepper (Capsicum spp.) germplasm resources in China reflects selection for cultivar types and spatial distribution ZHANG Xiao-min1*, ZHANG Zheng-hai1*, GU Xiao-zhen1, MAO Sheng-li1, LI Xi-xiang1, 2 *, JoÃ«l ChadÅ“uf 3, Alain Cited by: 9.When possible it is desirable to set up Capsicum genetic resources reserves in conjunction with relevant biosphere resources and other protected areas.
BREEDING In breeding chiles, the choice of breeding method depends on the breeding objective and the plant .Atropa belladonna, commonly known as belladonna or deadly nightshade, is a perennial herbaceous plant in the nightshade family Solanaceae, which includes tomatoes, potatoes, and eggplant (aubergine).
It is native to Europe, North Africa, and Western distribution extends from Great Britain in the west to western Ukraine and the Iranian province of Gilan in the : Tracheophytes.