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Bioresources and Genepool Conservation
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M P Singh, Soma Dey
viii+344p., figs., 17 plts., tabls., bib., ind., 23 cm
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Weight :  562 gms
Binding :  E-Book
Height :  23 cm
Width :  15 cm
Imprint :  Daya Publishing House
Year :  2013
 

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ISBN: 9789383129812
Status: In Stock 
Price : Rs 9855.00 (Library)   Buy From Amazon

The present book is an attempt to make the people acquainted thoroughly with the knowledge of ecosystem, and the factors concerned with the deterioration of the environment and its valued resources with the view to plan and manage the development programmes in such a way that exploitation of natural resources may not upset the balance of nature. For the major part of the terrestrial habitat, the natural vegetation was forest. All the organisms sharing the habitat had a balanced but quite competitive adjustment along themselves. Indian region is a treasure of wild genetic resource. Wild species and relatives of crop plants contain valuable genes that are of immense genetic value in crop improvement programmes. It is intended to provide a full and cover all view of the genepool conservation in the country. This book will be highly useful for understanding various aspects of Bioresources and Genepool Conservation in research and guide to students, teachers and scientists in this field.

Contents Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Conservation of Bioresources
Chapter 3: Conservation of Bioresources Germplasm
Chapter 4: Forest Types of India
Chapter 5: India’s Forest Cover
Chapter 6: Natural Resources Conservation
Chapter 7: Biological Diversity Conservation
Chapter 8: Wildlife Management for Conservation
Chapter 9: Environmental Law and its Need for Upgradation
Chapter 10: Conservation of Orchids
Chapter 11: Biosphere Programme and Human Being
Chapter 12: Declaration of National, State Animals and Plants and Its Conservation
Chapter 13: Wildlife National Action Plan
Chapter 14: Indian Wetlands and Management of Waterfowl
Chapter 15: Conservation of Hydrosphere and Marine Resources
Chapter 16: Ex situ Conservation of Wild Fauna
Chapter 17: Bioresources Conservation through Genetic Resources
Chapter 18: Biological Approaches for Conservation of Plantation Crops
Chapter 19: Biological Approaches for Conservatio of Spices
Appendix I: Bioresources Institutional Mechanism and Modalities
Appendix II: Bioresources Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) Promise and Danger
Appendix III: Terminology.

   

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