Title

  • external user (warningwarning)
  • Log in as
  • language uk
Record number 2235759
Title Buckwheat germplasm in the world
show extra info.
edited by Meilang Zhou, Ivan Kreft, Galina Suvorova, Yu Tang, Sun Hee Woo
Author(s) Zhou, Meiliang (editor) ; Kreft, Ivan (editor) ; Suvorova, Galina (editor) ; Tang, Yu (editor) ; Woo, Sun-Hee (editor)
Publisher London, United Kingdom : Academic Press
Publication year 2018
Description 1 online resource
Notes Includes bibliographical references and indexshow all notes
Front Cover
Buckwheat Germplasm in the World
Copyright Page
Contents
List of Contributors
Foreword by Prof. Ohnishi
Foreword by Prof. Fan
Foreword by Prof. Park
Preface
1 Overview of Buckwheat Resources in the World
The Origin and Diffuseness of Cultivated Buckwheat
Germplasm Resources of Buckwheat in the World
The Current Buckwheat Germplasm Research
Characterization and Evaluation
The Research About the Relationship of Fagopyrum Mill
Acknowledgments
References
Further Reading
2 Classification and Nomenclature of Buckwheat Plants
Taxonomic Position of Fagopyrum
The Species of FagopyrumMorphology Key to Species of Fagopyrum
Acknowledgments
References
Further Reading
3 Distribution of Cultivated Buckwheat Resources in the World
Introduction
Fagopyrum esculentum Genetic Resources
Fagopyrum tataricum Genetic Resourcers
Conclusion
Acknowledgments
References
Further Reading
4 Chromosomes and Chromosome Studies in Buckwheat
Introduction
Somatic Chromosomes in Buckwheat
Meiotic Chromosomes in Buckwheat
References
5 Description of Cultivated Tartary Buckwheat
The Morphological Descriptions of Fagopyrum tataricum (L) Gaertn
The Profile of Fagopyrum tataricum CultivationThe Collection and Preservation of Fagopyrum tataricum Germplasm Resources
The Characterization and Evaluation of Fagopyrum tataricum Resources
Acknowledgments
References
6 Description of Cultivated Common Buckwheat
Accepted Botanical Names and Synonyms of the Cultivated Species
The Botanical Description
The Cultivation Profile of Common Buckwheat
The Collection and Preservation of Common Buckwheat Germplasm Resources
The Characterization and Evaluation of Common Buckwheat Resources
Acknowledgments
References
7 Perennial Self-Incompatible Wild Fagopyrum SpeciesFagopyrum cymosum
The Botanical Description
Distribution
The Habitat and Growth Habit
Fagopyrum urophyllum
The Botanical Description
Distribution
The Habitat and Growth Habit
Fagopyrum statice
The Botanical Description
Distribution
The Habitat and Growth Habit
Acknowledgments
Reference
Further Reading
8 Perennial Self-Compatible Wild Fagopyrum Species: F. hailuogouense
The Botanical Description
Distribution
The Habitat and Growth Habit
Acknowledgments
Reference
9 Annual Self-Incompatible Species
The Species of the Cymosum Group Which Belong to the Category of Annual and Self-Incompatible SpeciesFagopyrum esculentum ssp. ancestrale
Fagopyrum wenchuanense
The Wild Species of the Urophyllum Group Which Belong to the Category of Annual and Self-Incompatible Species
Fagopyrum lineare
Fagopyrum jinshaense
Fagopyrum gracilipedoides
Fagopyrum capillatum
Fagopyrum leptopodum
Fagopyrum gilesii
Acknowledgments
References
10 Annual Self-Compatible Species
Annual Self-Compatible Species in the Cymosum Group
ISBN 9780128110072; 0128110074
Online Get the document, find related information or use other SFX services
Keyword(s) Buckwheat / Germplasm resources, Plant
Publication type Monograph
Language English
About Buckwheat Germplasm in the World offers an overview of this globally important crop, including its general characterization and genetic diversity-particularly in Russia, China, India and Eastern Europe. The book presents the latest research on molecular marker development, genetics and phenotype analysis of new wild buckwheat to examine the nutritional values of this pseudocereal crop. Due to its short growth span, ability to grow at high altitudes and the high quality of its protein content, buckwheat is considered an important crop for addressing global food needs. Ideal for researchers and advanced-level students seeking better understanding of the buckwheat germplasm.
Comments
There are no comments yet. You can post the first one!
Post a comment
 

To support researchers to publish their research Open Access, deals have been negotiated with various publishers. Depending on the deal, a discount is provided for the author on the Article Processing Charges that need to be paid by the author to publish an article Open Access. A discount of 100% means that (after approval) the author does not have to pay Article Processing Charges.

For the approval of an Open Access deal for an article, the corresponding author of this article must be affiliated with Wageningen University & Research.

Please log in to use this service. Login as Wageningen University & Research user or guest user in upper right hand corner of this page.