Induced Plant Mutations in the Genomics Era

INDUCED PLANT MUTATIONS
IN THE GENOMICS ERA

Edited by G. Y. Shu


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Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
Rome, 2009



Contents

Preface
Table of Contents
Opening Remarks
Opening Remarks
Summary of the FAO/IAEA International Symposium on Induced Mutations in Plants
Closing Statement
A Summary of the International Symposium on Induced Mutations in Plants
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Opening Session
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Plenary Session 1
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    Induced Mutations In Food and Agriculture

Concurrent Session 1
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    Mutation Enhancement of Genetic Diversity and Crop Domestication

Concurrent Session 2
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DNA Damage, Repair and Genome Stability

Concurrent Session 4
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Induced Mutations for Traits that Affect Abiotic Stress Tolerance and Adaptation to Climate Change

Concurrent Session 5
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Induced Mutations for Enhancing Crop Quality and Nutrition

Concurrent Session 6
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New Techniques and Systems for Mutation Induction

Concurrent Session 7
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High Throughput Techniques for Mutation Screening

Concurrent Session 8
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Mutation Induction and Breeding of Ornamental and Vegetatively Propagated Plants

Concurrent Session 9
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Induced Mutations in Seed Crop Breeding (1)

Concurrent Session 10
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Induced Mutations in Seed Crop Breeding (2)

Plenary Session 2
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Induced Mutations in the Genomics Era: New Opportunities and Challenges

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