This book deals with the practical aspects in regeneration of field crop plants; regeneration of pasture plants; and regeneration of horticultural plants. It discusses the methods to increase seed stocks of cross-pollinated species.
Table of Contents
Session 1. Theoretical aspects 1. Theoretical problems of seed regeneration in cross-pollinated plants 2. Taxonomic aspects of the germplasm conservation of cross-pollinated cultivated plants Session 2. Technical aspects: Forage plants 3. Regeneration of germplasm collections of forage grasses and legumes 4. Practical aspects of a regeneration scheme in forage grasses 5. Maintenance and multiplication of cultivars of allogamous field crops in Denmark 6. Pollination and seed regeneration in lucerne 7. Seed multiplication of cross-pollinated forage crops at ICARDA 8. Natural selection in populations of cross-pollinated species 9. Reproductive patterns of Medicago sativa 10. Effect of temperature and moisture in the seed Session 3. Technical aspects: Horticultural plants 11. Genetic conservation by regeneration 12. Principles of genetic sampling and conservation in perennial species — A case study in arctic bramble (Rubus arcticus L.) 13. Problems of pollination in seed regeneration of cross-pollinated vegetables 14. Seed regeneration in Fragaria ananassa varieties and Fragaria x Potentilla crosses Session 4. Technical aspects: Field crops 15. Theoretical aspects and practical implications of cross-pollination on seed regeneration of field crop genetic resources 16. Studies on maintenance of rye (Secale cereale L. s.l.) collection 17. Lupin Workshop Lima, 12-21 April 1980 - Recommendations of the working groups and some proposals for maintenance of different crops 18. Pollen dispersal in rye (Secale cereale L.): Research activities on isolation problems of cross-pollinated species of genebank material 19. Final session 20. Recommendations of the Working Groups 21. Closing