4 edition of The genetic basis of epidemics in agriculture found in the catalog.
The genetic basis of epidemics in agriculture
Conference on the Genetic Basis of Epidemics in Agriculture New York 1976.
|Statement||edited by Peter R. Day.|
|Series||Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences ; v. 287, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences ;, v. 287.|
|Contributions||Day, Peter R., 1928-|
|LC Classifications||Q11 .N5 vol. 287, SB750 .N5 vol. 287|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 400 p. :|
|Number of Pages||400|
|LC Control Number||77002165|
At the close of the twentieth century, genetic engineering promised to revolutionize many industries, including microbial biotechnology, agriculture, and medicine. It also sparked controversy over potential health and ecological hazards due to the unprecedented ability to bypass traditional biological reproduction.
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The genetic information lies within the cell nucleus of each living cell in the body. The information can be considered to be retained in a book for example.
Part of this book The genetic basis of epidemics in agriculture book the genetic information comes from the father while the other part comes from the mother. The genes lie within the chromosomes.
Humans have 23 pairs of these small. We conducted a series of genetic diversity analyses from to focusing on the Canadian gene pools of flax, oat, wheat, soybean, potato, and canola that were established over the last century and summarized these case studies in a book chapter of genetic erosion and biodiversity (Fu and Dong ).
The Canadian crop gene pools displayed Cited by: The term genetic vulnerability has been widely used to invoke fears of disastrous epidemics and threats to global food security, often without clarifying what is meant by the term.
This chapter uses genetic vulnerability to indicate the condition that results when a crop is uniformly susceptible to a pest, pathogen, or environment hazard as a result of its genetic constitution.
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Get this from a library. Genetic and Molecular Basis of Plant Pathogenesis. [J E Vanderplank] -- As befits a volume in the Advanced Series in Agricultural Sciences, this book was written with problems of practical agriculture in mind. One of the ways. Crop genetic resources are the basis from which all crop production stems.
genetic diversity The genetic basis of epidemics in agriculture book minimizing pest and disease epidemics, the report explores how incentives for land conservation, the breeding process, and Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture—and their significance for.
words It is assumed that since the advent of agriculture that we've been better nourished than our hunter-gatherer ancestors. This assumption stems from The genetic basis of epidemics in agriculture book past years since the advent of the Industrial Revolution and the increase in the quality of life of those who had the benefit of the Revolution.
However, over a. Plant disease, an impairment of the normal state of a plant that interrrupts or modifies its vital functions. Plant diseases can be classified as infectious or noninfectious, depending on the causative agent.
Learn more about the importance, transmission, diagnosis, and control of plant diseases. Gallun, R L () The genetic basis of hessian fly epidemics. In: The genetic basis of epidemics in agriculture (ed. P R Day). Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences,Steinkraus, D C, Young, S Y, Gouge, D H] & Leland, J E.
Microbial insecticide application and evaluation: Cotton. Although earlier plant disease epidemics, such as the Irish potato famine in andhad caused widespread suffering and death, the impact of genetic vulnerability on modern agriculture was dramatically exemplified by the southern corn leaf blight epidemic ofwhich destroyed more than The genetic basis of epidemics in agriculture book percent of the U.S.
corn crop (National. Plant genetic resources are the major biological resource on which humankind has relied for its very existence, and its dependence on plant-derived products will increase in the future, due to greater demand from an increasing global population. Maximizing crop yield while at the same time minimizing crop failure for sustainable agriculture requires a better understanding of the impacts of plant breeding on crop genetic diversity.
This review identifies knowledge gaps and shows the need for more research into genetic diversity changes under plant breeding.
Modern plant breeding has made a Cited by: Genetic, fossil and archaeological evidence have now demonstrated that all humans share a common ancestor who lived approximatelyyears ago in Eastern Africa.
As a result, humans display greater genetic unity than most other species, which has led many to assume that human evolution ended with the origin of modern by: 9.
The sterile insect technique (SIT) is a method of biological insect control, whereby overwhelming numbers of sterile insects are released into the wild. The released insects are preferably male, as this is more cost-effective and the females may in some situations cause damage by laying eggs in the crop, or, in the case of mosquitoes, taking blood from humans.
The evolution of cultivated plant species: Classical plant breeding versus genetic engineering () Genetic resources. The genetic basis of epidemics. in agriculture. () Genetic. Jack R. Harlan () - Plant Explorer, Archaeobotanist, Geneticist and Plant Breeder 1 - O.
Qualset 1 This book, derived from the symposium, “Origins of Agriculture and Domestication of Crops in the Near East,” Mayconvened at ICARDA near Aleppo, Syria, is dedicated to the memory of Jack Harlan. He prepared the short chapter appearing in this book for. Plants, Genes, and Agriculture. Sustainability through Biotechnology.
First Edition. Edited by Maarten J. Chrispeels and Paul Gepts. Publication Date - November ISBN: pages Paperback 9 x inches. The term parameter and its use in epidemiology characterize processes, states, and their changes.
Qualitative parameters of epidemics and their scope are outlined in relation to plant resistance. Quantitative parameters for components of the infection cycle, widely used in resistance screening, are briefly by: This skillfully researched book focuses on how a small socio-political American elite seeks to establish its control over the very basis of human survival, the provision of our daily bread.
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The history of genetics dates from the classical era with contributions by Pythagoras, Hippocrates, Aristotle, Epicurus, and genetics began with the work of the Augustinian friar Gregor Johann Mendel. His work on pea plants, published inestablished the theory of Mendelian inheritance. The year marked the "rediscovery of Mendel" by Hugo de Vries.
Use of host genetic diversity to control cereal diseases: implications for rice blast. Figs, wasps, nematodes and sitting ducks: rice blast, from the outside looking in. Epidemiology, loss assessment, and management.
The economic impact of rice blast disease in China. Current rice blast epidemics and their management in Thailand.
Evolutionary Biology News. Intensive Farming Increases Risk of Epidemics; — Researchers have identified the. The invention of agriculture.
Agriculture refers to a series of discoveries involving the domestication, culture, and management of plants and animals.
It is one of the most far reaching discoveries of early humans leading to profound social changes. It is clearly the basis for civilizations. Agriculture wasFile Size: KB. from book Plant Genetic Resources and Traditional Knowledge for Food Security (pp) Plant Genetic Resources and Traditional Knowledge: Emerging Needs for Conservation Chapter.
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A genetic disorder is a disease caused in whole or in part by a change in the DNA sequence away from the normal sequence. Genetic disorders can be caused by a mutation in one gene (monogenic disorder), by mutations in multiple genes (multifactorial inheritance disorder), by a combination of gene mutations and environmental factors, or by damage to chromosomes.
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The subject of this paper is how to be prepared for potentially large numbers of viral epidemics in the near future and beyond. The focus of this article: what an individual can do to protect himself and his family from before to during a deadly epidemic.
(such as one’s genetic makeup). in this case U.S. Department of Agriculture, but. Knowledge of the genetic makeup of our species, the genetic basis of inherited diseases, and the invention of technology to manipulate and fix mutant genes provide methods of treating disease.
The biotechnology in the agriculture It can increase resistance to diseases, pests and environmental stress to improve both crop yield and quality. Epidemiology of Viral Infections. Epidemiology is the study of the determinants, dynamics, and distribution of diseases in populations.
Fundamental to the understanding of the occurrence of viral diseases is delineation of the mechanisms whereby viruses are spread and how they cause disease (see Chapter 3: Pathogenesis of Viral Infections and Diseases), how viruses survive.
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