Managing biological and genetic diversity in tropical agroforestry

  title={Managing biological and genetic diversity in tropical agroforestry},
  author={K. Atta-Krah and Roeland Kindt and J. N. Skilton and Waldemar Naves do Amaral},
  journal={Agroforestry Systems},
The issues of biological and genetic diversity management in agroforestry are extremely complex. This paper focuses on genetic diversity management and its implications for sustainable agroforestry systems in the tropics, and presents an analysis of the role and importance of inter- and intra-specific diversity in agroforestry. Diversity within and between tree species in traditional agroforestry systems and modern agroforestry technologies in the tropics is assessed, with a view to… CONTINUE READING
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