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The present paper is based on a lecture by Dr. Konstantin V. Krutovskii, entitled: "Forest genomics and new molecular genetic approaches to measuring and conserving adaptive genetic diversity in forest trees", presented at a training workshop organized by the International Plant Genetic Resources Institute (IPGRI), Rome and the Austrian Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, Environment and Water Management (BMLFUW), in technical collaboration with FAO. The training workshop was held in Gmunden, Austria 30 April to 11 May 2001.

Address of the authors: USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station, Institute of Forest Genetics, Environmental Horticulture Department, University of California at Davis, One Shields Avenue, Davis, Ca 95616, USA

E-mail: kkrutovs@dendrome.ucdavis.edu; http://www2.psw.fs.fed.us/ifg/Staff/kostya.htm

For quotation:

FAO (2001). Forest genomics for conserving adaptive genetic diversity. Paper prepared by Konstantin V. Krutovskii and David B. Neale. Forest Genetic Resources Working Papers, Working Paper FGR/3 (July 2001). Forest Resources Development Service, Forest Resources Division. FAO, Rome (unpublished).

@ FAO 2001


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