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  1. Likelihood, Bayesian and MCMC Methods in Quantitative Genetics (Statistics for Biology and Health) by Daniel Sorensen, Daniel Gianola, 2010-11-02
  2. Plant Cytogenetics: Genome Structure and Chromosome Function (Plant Genetics and Genomics: Crops and Models)
  3. Plant Tolerance to Abiotic Stresses in Agriculture: Role of Genetic Engineering (NATO Science Partnership Sub-Series: 3:)
  4. Genetics and Genomics of the Triticeae (Plant Genetics and Genomics: Crops and Models)
  5. Plant Genomics: Methods and Protocols (Methods in Molecular Biology)
  6. Particle Bombardment for Genetic Engineering of Plants (Biotechnology Intelligence Unit) by Paul Christou, 1996-08-16
  7. Echinacea: The genus Echinacea (Medicinal and Aromatic Plants - Industrial Profiles)
  8. Plants, Genes, and Crop Biotechnology by Maarten J. Chrispeels, David E. Sadava, 2002-07-02
  9. Plant Evolution under Domestication by Gideon Ladizinsky, 1998
  10. Genetics and Genomics of Soybean (Plant Genetics and Genomics: Crops and Models)
  11. Genetics, Genomics and Breeding of Sunflower (Genetics, Genomics and Breeding of Crop Plants)
  12. Multiplicity in Unity: Plant Subindividual Variation and Interactions with Animals (Interspecific Interactions) by Carlos M. Herrera, 2009-11-01
  13. Genetic Improvement of Bioenergy Crops
  14. Plant Biotechnology and Transgenic Plants (Books in Soils, Plants, and the Environment)

41. First European Workshop On National Plant Genetic Resources Programmes
Sweden, 24-26 April 2003. Follow-up meeting to the 1998 Braunschweig Symposium that was concerned with the implementation of the Leipzig Global Plan of Action on PGRFA. Site provides full details.
http://www.bioversityinternational.org/fileadmin/bioversity/documents/regions/eu

42. Plant Genetics Research : Home, Main Plant Genetics Research
Plant Genetics Research Unit 205 Curtis Hall, Univ. Of MO. Columbia, MO 65211 573882-4734 Directions (external link to University of Missouri)
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Directions ( external link to University of Missouri The mission of the Plant Genetics Research Unit at Columbia, MO, is to develop new knowledge that expands our understanding of the fundamental processes controlling increased production, improved quality, and enhanced uses of corn, soybeans, and wheat; and to utilize this knowledge to develop germplasm and crop management schemes that lead to increased farm profitability and sustainability of the nation's resource base.
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43. Seeds And Survival Crop Genetic Resources In War And Reconstruction In Africa
Considers the impact of war, civil strife and low-intensity conflict on the management of plant genetic resources, in regions where crop plant genetic resources are still conserved in situ by small-scale agriculturalists. PDF format.
http://www.bioversityinternational.org/fileadmin/bioversity/publications/pdfs/24

44. Plant Genetics Summary | BookRags.com
Plant Genetics. Plant Genetics summary with 3 pages of encyclopedia entries, research information, and more.
http://www.bookrags.com/research/plant-genetics-wog/

45. Meetings: Governing Body 3
The meeting was held in Tunis, Tunisia, from 1 to 5 June 2009. It considered, inter alia, its procedures and funding and also the relationships between the Governing Body and the Global Crop Diversity Trust and with the CGRFA; Implementation of the Multilateral System of Access and Benefit-sharing; Implementation of Article 6, Sustainable Use of Plant Genetic Resources; Implementation of Article 9, Farmers Rights.
http://www.planttreaty.org/meetings/gb3_en.htm

46. Plant Genetics
Like other living things, plants depend on the information encoded in genes. Students of plant genetics apply the study of genetics to multicellular plants and fungi. Topics of
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47. National Seed Genebank In Bulgaria
Institute for plant genetic resources, aims to improve the storage life of seeds and to limit the changes in genetic integrity.
http://www.genebank.hit.bg/

48. About Plant Genetics & Biotechnology
Dow AgroSciences is a world leader in the field of plant genetics and biotechnology. Plant biotechnology is a constantly changing, rapidly evolving marketplace. Dow AgroSciences is
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Plant Genetics and Biotechnology is one of Dow AgroSciences' emerging businesses. Because of our complementary competencies and long history of experience in agriculture, we are well positioned for success in the rapidly evolving marketplace of plant biotechnology. These competencies include:
  • Innovation and resources Crop protection products, traits and germplasm Knowledge of agriculture and broad relationships with customers Long-term vision and ongoing results
Our mission is a simple extension of these competencies: Dow AgroSciences has made a commitment to scientific, advocacy and business strategies that will continue to improve our freedom to operate and enhance our position as one of the leaders in this exciting field. Discovery is the engine that drives the commercialization of innovative genetic solutions for new and improved agricultural options for a multitude of food and non-food uses. We know that discovery rarely rewards the unprepared.
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49. Forestry And Agricultural Biotechnology Institute
Post graduate education with studies of biotechnology, plant genetics and other related topics. Works closely with forestry and agricultural industries to enhance that education. Located in South Africa.
http://www.fabinet.up.ac.za
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FABI was established in 1997, based on a recognition that the future of Forestry and Agriculture in South Africa will depend strongly on the incorporation of new technologies into these industries. Opportunities for Forestry and Agriculture that have emerged in recent times from the application of biotechnology and bioinformatics are immense, and almost beyond imagination. Currently, forestry and food crops containing novel genes are already being deployed world-wide. Well recognised examples include the incorporation of genes conferring herbicide and pest resistance to plants. Other products are also appearing increasingly rapidly and this trend will not slow in coming years. The rapid developments in genomics and the many full genome sequences that are emerging will certainly facilitate the development of novel food and fibre crops. These will clearly contribute to global economic development and food security.

50. ASPB - Meetings - Plant Genetics 2003
To promote the growth and development of plant biology, to encourage and publish research in plant biology, and to promote the interests and growth of plant scientists in general.
http://www.aspb.org/meetings/pg-2003/index.cfm
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Plant Genetics 2003
Mechanisms of Genetic Variation
October 22-26, 2003 Snowbird, Utah
Chair: Venkatesan Sundaresan - University of California - Davis Vice-Chair: Rich Jorgensen - University of Arizona Abstracts in PDF format
This conference on Plant Genetics will be the first of an annual series of specialist meetings sponsored by the ASPB. The Program: DOWNLOAD PROGRAM (pdf) There will be a keynote lecture followed by seven sessions dedicated to specific topics. Each session will feature three in-depth presentations plus shorter talks based on selected abstracts. Poster sessions will be scheduled daily. Wednesday, October 22
Cliff Lodge, Level B, Ballroom Lobby Opening dinner: 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Cliff Lodge, Level B, Golden Cliff Room General Session: 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm
Cliff Lodge, Level B, Ballroom I Keynote Lecture: 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Enrico Coen

51. Plant Genetics
Plant Genetics the most significant and effective way of producing highyield crops
http://plant-propagation.net/plant-genetics.php

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Plant Genetics: the most significant and effective way of producing high-yield crops Plant genetics in the current day scenario has increasingly become the most important source of yielding high quality crops. In terms of molecular biology, the use of plant genetics refers to the alteration and modifications in the genes of a plant cell ensuing from the genomic incorporation, uptake and appearance of foreign genetic substance (DNA). Different terms are brought in use for the genetic modifications which result from introducing DNA through viruses, also known as transduction or through conjugation which means cell to cell contact amid the bacteria. However, RNA could also be made transfer into the cells with the use of similar methods but, on the whole it is not credible enough to produce genetic change and due to this reason it cannot be called true plant genetics or transformation. Plant researchers and experts in bio-technology are of the opinion that genetic manufacturing of plants comes easier than genetics of animals. This is possible owing to a good number of reasons such as:
  • In plants, there is a system of natural transformation

52. Designer Seeds - Summary
Explores recent advances in the genetic engineering of plants, that have developed crops genetically endowed not only to resist damage from insects but also to be resistant to herbicides.
http://www.beyonddiscovery.org/content/view.article.asp?a=167

53. UW-Madison Plant Breeding And Plant Genetics
Welcome to the Plant Breeding and Plant Genetics (PBPG) program at the University of WisconsinMadison. Established in 1968, the PBPG program has been designated a University
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Welcome to the Plant Breeding and Plant Genetics (PBPG) program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Established in 1968, the PBPG program has been designated a University of Wisconsin System Center of Excellence and leads the nation in the number of plant breeding graduate degrees granted in the last 20+ years. The PBPG program hosts many seminars that are open to the public. These are given by faculty, graduate students, and visiting scientists. Click here to join our seminar listserv. Also check our calendar for upcoming seminars and events.
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54. Bacillus Thuringiensis
Describes the benefits and risks associated with using Bt proteins in farming and using Bt genes in GMO crops to manufacture the natural insecticide. Features history, how it works, and safety.
http://www.biology.ucsd.edu/bt
This website is dedicated to understanding the benefits and risks associated with using Bt proteins in farming and using Bt genes in GMO crops to manufacture the natural insecticide. This natural insecticide is produced by the bacterium Bacillus thuringiensis (called " Bt ") that has been used for decades by organic farmers to control crop-eating insects and by the World Health Organization to kill mosquitoes without using dangerous chemical pesticides. There are significant benefits and some risks to using Bt . Explore this website to learn more. This website is created and maintained by the Aroian lab at UCSD. Our laboratory is interested in learning the basic biology of how crystal proteins work, how resistance develops, and how crystal proteins might be used to control worm parasites of humans, animals, and plants. Please feel free to contact us with your comments and suggestions. Bt and the Aroian Lab in a Nutshell

55. Global Knowledge Center On Crop Biotechnology - ISAAA.org/KC
Information service that provides regular updates and information about the global status of crop biotechnology, products and issues, regular news, communication materials, and links to other information sources.
http://www.isaaa.org/kc
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  • ISAAA in Brief ... Biotech Wheat
    Clive James Speaks
    Video Highlights the Growth of Biotech Crops
    The new biotech video "Clive James Speaks" articulates the staggering growth of biotech crops from 1.7 million hectares in 1996 to 134 million hectares in 2009 – the 80-fold increase in adoption of biotech crops.
    From Paper to Partnerships
    10-year Report (2000-2010)
    This report summarizes the accomplishments of the Global Knowledge Center on Crop Biotechnology for the past 10 years of building partnerships with different stakeholders as it seeks a common voice on crop biotechnology.
    Biotech Wheat
    Pocket K No. 38
    This Pocket K contains an easy to read account of the development of herbicide tolerant, pest resistant, salt tolerant, biofortified, and drought tolerant wheat which are made possible through genetic engineering.
    Crop Biotech Update
    October 29, 2010
    Global
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    We Can Feed the World and Maintain Biodiversity, Scientists Say

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57. Transgenic Crops: An Introduction And Resource Guide
Features information about transgenic crops, supplied by the Department of Soil and Crop Sciences at Colorado State University. Includes links to other resources on the technology and issues surrounding transgenic crops.
http://www.cls.casa.colostate.edu/TransgenicCrops/
Home Page News Updates History of Plant Breeding What Are Transgenic Plants? How Do You Make Transgenic Plants? ... Future Transgenic Products
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Entire site News updates Risks and concerns Current transgenic products Evaluation and regulation Links to other sites Scientific references FAQs Search ANY word Search ALL words Search EXACT phrase Help Authors:
Pat Byrne
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Lacy Fuller (Web Master) The goal of this web site is to provide balanced information and links to other resources on the technology and issues surrounding transgenic crops (also known as genetically modified or GM crops). The site's authors are engaged in plant genetics research and teaching at Colorado State University. They receive no funds from companies involved in transgenic crop development, nor are they affiliated with groups campaigning against such crops. Funding for the web site currently comes from a three-year grant by the United States Department of Agriculture under the Initiative for Future Agriculture and Food Systems program. To begin navigating through the site, click one of the topics on the menu bar at left.

58. Wiley::Principles Of Plant Genetics And Breeding
by Charles Neal Stewart (Editor), Alisher Touraev (Editor), Vitaly Citovsky (Editor), Tzvi Tzfira (Editor)
http://www.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-1405136464.html

59. Wiley::Plant Genetics
by Matthew A. Jenks (Editor), Andrew J. Wood (Editor)
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A developer and supplier of advanced plant genetics to farmers worldwide. Profile, biotechnology, careers, worldwide locations, and contacts.
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Pioneer Hi-Bred is the world's leading developer and supplier of advanced plant genetics to farmers worldwide. We seek to increase customer productivity, profitability and develop sustainable agricultural systems for people everywhere. Innovative and customer-focused, Pioneer is a leader in the agriculture industry and upholds the highest standards.
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