Geographic Information Systems ( GIS ) and the Conservation and Use of Plant Genetic Resources

@inproceedings{Guarino2001GeographicIS,
  title={Geographic Information Systems ( GIS ) and the Conservation and Use of Plant Genetic Resources},
  author={Luigi Guarino and Andy Jarvis and Robert Hijmans and Nigel Maxted},
  year={2001}
}
The management of genetic resources is a complex, multi-faceted process. It involves a number of distinct stages, which are nevertheless linked and interrelated, from the selection of priority taxa, to the design and implementation of complementary conservation strategies and the development and exchange of the results of germplasm use (Maxted et al., 1997a). These different components generate various types of data, including information on the identity (passport data) and characteristics of… CONTINUE READING
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