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Molecular Breeding of Woody Plants

1st Edition, Volume 18 - November 30, 2001

Editors: Noriyuki Morohoshi, Atsushi Komamine

Language: English
Hardback ISBN:
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eBook ISBN:
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At present, plants and agricultural sciences are playing a leading role in providing solutions to problems created by an ever growing world population. Through plant biotechnology… Read more

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At present, plants and agricultural sciences are playing a leading role in providing solutions to problems created by an ever growing world population. Through plant biotechnology scientists are seeking ways to improve crop functions that rapidly promote food production. Agricultural science is being used to experiment with producing plants tolerant to environmental stresses such as drought, salinity and coldness.

Of the plant species, woody plants are producing the most abundant biomass resources, playing important roles in the suppression of carbon dioxide increase and supplying huge energy and resources to human beings in the biosphere. These Proceedings discuss the recent results of fundamental and applied research for global resource and energy, biomass production and environmental problems from the aspect of woody science.

Topics include:- Formation of the vascular bundle- Biosynthesis of cellulose- Lignin biosynthesis and transgenic woody plants- Cell and tissue culture, and transformation in gymnosperms- Micropropagation of woody plants