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Microorganisms in plant conservation and biodiversity
James Tyler Kent
|Statement||edited by K. Sivasithamparam, K.W. Dixon and R.L. Barrett.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 378 p. :|
|Number of Pages||378|
Micro-Organisms: The building blocks of BioTechnology - Biodiversity is life. Biodiversity is our life - Debananda S Ningthoujam * Prolegomenon Microorganisms are the most ancient life forms on our fragile, blue planet. They have had nearly 4 years of evolution and have experimented with myriads of possible biochemical reactions. Calicioids are rare and often red-listed, and are also bioindicators of long forest continuity. Consequently, they form an important biota in mountain cloud forests and deserve attention in the context of preserving biodiversity and developing conservation policies. One new species, Chaenothecopsis kilimanjaroensis, is described.
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Microbial Resources: From Functional Existence in Nature to Applications provides an exciting interdisciplinary journey through the rapidly developing field of microbial resources, including relationships to aspects of microbiology. Covers the functional existence of microorganisms in nature, as well as the transfer of this knowledge for. BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION Although India h as only per cent of the world’s land area, its share of the global species diversity is an impressive per cent. That is what makes our country one of the 12 mega diversity countries of the world. Nea species of plants and twice as many of animals have been recorded from India.
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Free shipping for many products. This book addresses the role of microorganisms in conservation - both their support functions and deleterious roles in ecosystem processes and species survival. Importantly, a number of authors highlight how microbial diversity is, itself, now under threat from the many and pervasive influences of man.
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Microorganisms in plant conservation and biodiversity. [K Sivasithamparam; K W Dixon; R L Barrett;] -- "Plant conservation is increasingly recognised as an outstanding global priority, yet despite considerable efforts over the last few decades, the number of threatened species continues to rise.
The. What is clear from this volume is that like many contemporary treatments of plant and animal conservation, the solution to mitigate the erosion of biodiversity is not simple. This book represents an attempt to bring to the fore the ecological underwriting provided by microorganisms.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource ( pages) Contents: Contributors --Foreword --Preface --Acknowledgements Plant conservation and biodiversity: the place of microorganisms Conservation of mycorrhizal fungal communities under elevated atmospheric CO2 and anthropogenic nitrogen deposition.
18 Microorganisms in Plant Conservation and Biodiversity Ristaino JB, Gumpertz ML () New frontiers in the study of dispersal and spatial analysis of. Description: This book illustrates the key role played by taxonomy in the conservation and sustainable utilisation of plant biodiversity.
It is a tribute to the work of Professor Vernon Heywood who has done so much to highlight the importance of sound scholarship, training and collaboration for plant conservation. Microorganisms in Plant Conservation and Biodiversity.
Plant conservation is increasingly recognised as an outstanding global priority, yet despite considerable efforts over the last few decades, the number of threatened species continues to rise.
The practice of plant conservation has for too long been a rather hit-or-miss mixture of methods.4/5(). biological diversity or biodiversity, the number of species in a given habitat. Scientists have variously estimated that there are from 3 to 30 million extant species, of which million have been classified, includinginsects, 41, vertebrates, andplants; the remainder are invertebrates, fungi, algae, and microorganisms.
Plant Conservation Report Page 3 Convention on Biological Diversity FROM THE GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP FOR PLANT CONSERVATION I t is a pleasure for me to welcome this important report documenting the progress that has been made worldwide towards the achievement of the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation (GSPC).
TheFile Size: 2MB. Microorganisms in Plant Conservation and Biodiversity From Springer Microorganisms in Plant Conservation and Biodiversity From Springer Plant conservation is increasingly recognised as an outstanding global priority, yet despite considerable efforts over the last few decades, the number of threatened species continues to rise.
The Conservation of Plant Biodiversity takes an evolutionary perspective to the conservation of plant biodiversity, stressing the need to explore both current and long-term issues. It highlights three conservation strategies: communities conserved in nature reserves; individual species conserved in nature reserves or botanic gardens; and domesticated plants, preserved mainly Reviews: 1.
In ‘Microorganisms in plant conservation and biodiversity.’ (Eds K Sivasithamparam, KW Dixon and RL Barrett) pp. – (Kluwer Academic Publishers: Dordrecht) Google Scholar Calderon FJ, Jackson LE, Scow KM, Rolston DE () Microbial responses to simulated tillage in cultivated and uncultivated by: 3.
This book illustrates the key role played by taxonomy in the conservation and sustainable utilisation of plant biodiversity. It is a tribute to the work of Professor Vernon Heywood who has done so much to highlight the importance of sound scholarship, training and collaboration for.
Biodiversity is the variety of organisms, their genetic variation, and the variability of associations that these organisms display spatially. Biotechnology is the harnessing of living organisms and/or their components to undertake specific Cited by: 7.
Biodiversity: You Can’t Judge a Book by its Cover. Sometimes appearances can be deceiving when it comes to biodiversity. We tend to view green land-scapes as desirable, lush, and rich with life.
While Colorado’s native grasslands may seem brown and lifeless in comparison to our rich green lawn, they support a far greater diversity of life. Plant Diversity (formerly Plant Diversity and Resources) is an international plant science journal that publishes substantial original research and.
Futhermore, microorganisms and their enzyme systems are responsible for the degradation of organic matter. Currently, wastewater treatment uses microbes to decompose organic matter in sewage. Microbes can also be used to create biofuels like biogas or bioethanol. Significance of Microbial Biodiversity Conservation.
Current loss of biodiversity places a premium on the task of recognising and formulating proposals on potential areas for biological conservation based on scientific criteria; among these tasks, identification of hotspots has a relevant role on conservation of biodiversity.
In this book, the authors discuss the application of different biogeographic methods to identify plant biodiversity .For this purpose, the book is published to address these issues and divided into five main sections: (1) protected area management, (2) fish and wildlife conservation, (3) biodiversity conservation, (4) ecotourism and recreation, and (5) local community : Mohd Nazip Suratman.Therefore, the questions of what role secondary forests (both cultivated and spontaneous) can play in nature conservation and what part of the biodiversity typical of natural and primeval forests in different geographical zones they can preserve become increasingly important lately.