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    Hyun C. Kang,Jean S. Brouard,Gene Namkoong
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Principles and Strategies

Principles and Strategies.

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oceedings{Namkoong1988TreeBP, title {Tree Breeding: Principles and Strategies}, author {Gene Namkoong and Hyun Chung Kang and Jean S{'e}bastien Brouard}, booktitle {Monographs on Theoretical and Applied Genetics}, year {1988} }. Gene Namkoong, Hyun Chung. Gene Namkoong, Hyun Chung Kang, Jean Sébastien Brouard. Published in Monographs on Theoretical and Applied Genetics 1988. Contents: Tree Breeding Opportunities and Limitations. Defining Gene Effects. Basic Concepts in Recurrent Selection.

Gene Namkoong, Hyun Chung Kang, Jean S.

Gene Namkoong, Hyun Chung Kang, Jean S.

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Tree breeding: principles and strategies. Monographs on Theoretical and Applied Genetics 11. Springer Verlag. Forest conservation genetics: principles and practice. In particular Vol. 2, The theory of gene frequencies. Fins, . Friedman, . Eds) Forest conservation genetics: principles and practice. CABI publishing, Unite Kingdom. amp; Clarke, . (eds) 2000, Genetics, demography and viability of fragmented populations, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, . Books of mainly historic interest Cavalli-Sforza, L. and W. F. Bodmer.

Tree Breeding: Principles and Strategies (Monographs on Theoretical and Applied Genetics) (v. 11. Tree Breeding: Principles and Strategies. 11). by: Gene Namkoong · Hyun C. Kang · Jean S.

by Gene Namkoong, Hyun C. by Gene Namkoong, Hyun C. ISBN 9780387967479 (978-0-387-96747-9) Hardcover, Springer, 1988.

Namkoong, . Kang, H. C. & Brouard, J. S. (1988). Effective number of pollen parents in clonal seed orchards. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 82, 313–320. New York: Springer-Verlag. Monograph, Theoretical and Applied Genetics 11. Pompanon, . Bonin, . Bellemain, E. & Taberlet, P. (2005). Genotyping errors: causes, consequences and solutions. Savolainen, . Karkkainen, . Harju, . Nikkanen, T. & Rusanen, M. (1993). Fertility variation in Pinus sylvestris: a test of sex allocation theory.

It has become apparent, during discussions with students and colleagues in forest genetics, that a universal concern is the achievement of diverse goals of forestry from fiber production in industrial as well as farm forests to conserving forest ecosystems. Although we generally have several breeding methods available and several species to breed, we seek to satisfy multiple-use goals on diverse sites by management techniques that at best can only partially control edaphic environmental variation. The dominant approach, which was agriculturally motivated, has involved inten­ sive effort with complicated breeding plans on single species for uniform adaptability and single-product plantations. However, this is obviously neither the only, nor necessarily the best, solution for the genetic management of tree species, and thus our intent in this volume is to develop ways to achieve multiple objectives in tree breeding. We include an array of breeding plans from simple iterated designs to sets of multiple populations capable of using gene actions for different traits in different environments for uncertain futures. The presentation is organized around the development of breeding from single-to multiple-option plans, from single to multiple traits, from single to mUltiple environ­ ments, and from single to multiple populations. However, it is not a complete "How To" book, and includes neither exercises nor instructions on data handling. It also does not include discussion of all modes of reproduction and inheritance encountered in plants.