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Crop Wild Relatives and Climate Change / Edition 1

Crop Wild Relatives and Climate Change / Edition 1

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ISBN-13: 9781118854334
Publisher: Wiley
Publication date: 08/24/2015
Pages: 400
Product dimensions: 7.70(w) x 10.00(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

Shyam S. Yadav is International Adviser in Agriculture at the Civilian Technical Assistance Program, General Directorate Programs, Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock, Kabul, Afghanistan.

Bob Redden is a Curator of genetic resources at the Australian Temperate and Filed Crops Collection (ATFCC), Department of Primary Industries, Australia.

Nigel Maxted is a Senior Lecturer in Genetic Conservation in the School of Biosciences at the University of Birmingham.

Ehsan Dulloo is the Programme Leader for Conservation and Availability at Biodiversity International in Italy.

Luigi Guarino is a Senior Scientist for the Global Crop Diversity Trust.

Paul Smith is Head of Seed Conservation Department & Millennium Seed Bank at Kew Royal Botanical Gardens in the United Kingdom.

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Table of Contents

Tribute in the Memory of Manav Yadav vii

About the Editors ix

List of Contributors xv

Foreword by Prof. Geoffrey Hawtin xix

Foreword by Dr. R S Paroda xxi

Preface xxiii

Acknowledgments xxv

Chapter 1: Impact of Climate Change on Agriculture Production, Food, and Nutritional Security 1
Shyam S. Yadav, Danny Hunter, Bob Redden, Mahboob Nang, D. K. Yadava, and Abdul Basir Habibi

Chapter 2: Challenge for Future Agriculture 24
Jerry L. Hatfield and John H. Prueger

Chapter 3: Global Warming and Evolution of Wild Cereals 44
Eviatar Nevo and Robert Henry

Chapter 4: Wild Relatives for the Crop Improvement Challenges of Climate Change: The Adaptation Range of Crops 61
Robert Redden

Chapter 5: The Importance of Crop Wild Relatives, Diversity, and Genetic Potential for Adaptation to Abiotic Stress-Prone Environments 80
Rodomiro Ortiz

Chapter 6: Conservation Planning for Crop Wild Relative Diversity 88
Nigel Maxted, Alvina Avagyan, Lothar Frese, José Iriondo, Shelagh Kell, Joana Magos Brehm, Alon Singer, and Ehsan Dulloo

Chapter 7: Research on Conservation and Use of Crop Wild Relatives 108
Mohammad Ehsan Dulloo, Elena Fiorino, and Imke Thormann

Chapter 8: Research on Crop Wild Relatives in Major Food Crops 130
Enrico Porceddu and Ardeshir Damania

Chapter 9: Utilization of Wild Relatives in the Breeding of Tomato and Other Major Vegetables 141
Andreas W. Ebert and Roland Schafleitner

Chapter 10: Conservation Roles of the Millennium Seed Bank and the Svalbard Global Seed Vault 173
Ruth J. Eastwood, Sarah Cody, Ola T. Westengen, and Roland von Bothmer

Chapter 11: Seed Biology 187
Sarah E. Ashmore, Amelia Martyn, Karen Sommerville, Graeme Errington, and Catherine A. Offord

Chapter 12: Biotechnology and Genomics: Exploiting the Potential of CWR 212
Peter G. Walley and Jonathan D. Moore

Chapter 13: Unavailability of Wild Relatives 224
Eve Emshwiller, Germán Calberto-Sánchez, Gezahegn Girma, Shelley Jansky, Julie Sardos, Charles Staver, Frederick L. Stoddard, and Nicolas Roux

Chapter 14: Synthetic Engineered Genes, GMOs, and Hybridization with Wild Relatives 250
Nelli A. Hovhannisyan and Aleksandr H. Yesayan

Chapter 15: Using Genomic Approaches to Unlock the Potential of CWR for Crop Adaptation to Climate Change 268
Gregory J. Baute, Hannes Dempewolf, and Losren H. Rieseberg

Chapter 16: The Economics of Crop Wild Relatives under Climate Change 281
Nicholas Tyack and Hannes Dempewolf

Chapter 17: Potential of Minor Fruit Crop Wild Relatives (CWR) as New Crops in Breeding for Market Diversification 292
Vojtěech Holubec, Tamara Smekalova, Frantiek Paprštein, Lenka Štocková, and Vojtěch Řezníček

Chapter 18: The Australian Vigna Species: A Case Study in the Collection and Conservation of Crop Wild Relatives 318
R. J. Lawn

Chapter 19: Beyond Biodiversity: Ecosystem Services of Crop Wild Relatives 336
Abdullah A. Jaradat

Chapter 20: CWR and the Prebreeding in the Context of the International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture 350
Shakeel Bhatti, Mario Marino, Daniele Manzella, Jan Petter Borring, and Álvaro Toledo

Index 357

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