4 edition of Turfgrass biology, genetics, and breeding found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Michael D. Casler & Ronny R. Duncan.|
|Contributions||Casler, Michael Darwin., Duncan, Ronny R.|
|LC Classifications||SB433 .T8225 2003, SB433 .T8225 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 367 p. :|
|Number of Pages||367|
|ISBN 10||0471444103, 1575041596|
|LC Control Number||2002008678|
Turfgrass Biology Genetics And Breeding. Download Now: PDF | EPUB | TUEBL This book, edited by two knowledgeable and highly respected experts, presents for the first time a comprehensive study of the various types of turfgrasses, their genetic and biological makeup, and the specifics of when, how, where and why each species was adapted for. Cool-season grasses: biology and breeding / Stacy A. Bonos, David R. Huff --Development of native grasses for turf / Eric Watkins, Leah Brilman, David Kopec --Genetic and genomic approaches for improving turfgrass / B. Shaun Bushman, Scott E. Warnke --Biology and applications of fungal endophytes in turfgrasses / William A. Meyer, Mónica S.
Turfgrass Breeding at UGA Briefly summarizes turfgrass varieties and Georgia's turfgrass production. UGA Turfgrass Team The exceptional team behind several premier turfgrass varieties, making its mark through solid, long-term commitments to new cultivar development, education and on-going research and support for all of our grasses. Plant breeding and genetic improvement; perennial grasses for turf and biofuel; inheritance of disease resistance and stress tolerance; molecular and traditional breeding approaches Raul I. Cabrera Associate Extension Specialist in Nursery Production & Management () ext.
Area of Expertise: Plant Breeding and Genetics, Turf and Landscape Systems. B.S. Mathematics, Alma College, B.S. Crop and Soil Sciences, Michigan State University, M.S. Crop and Soil Sciences, Michigan State University, Ph.D. Bioinformatics and Computational Biology, George Mason University, Associate Department Head, Haskins Professor in Plant Genetics and Associate Professor, Soybean Genetics/Genomics, Center for Plant Science Innovation, Nebraska Food for Health Center. Plant Breeding and Genetics.
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The only book that deals specifically with the science behind the major genetics of turfgrasses, And breeding book Biology will prove to be an invaluable, time-saving reference and research tool for professionals interested or engaged in the genesis of turfgrasses.
Turfgrass Biology, Genetics, and Breeding. Thorough biological coverage of all major turf species. Turfgrass Biology, Genetics, and Breeding presents for the first time a comprehensive study of the various types of turfgrasses, their genetic and biological makeup, and the specifics of when, how, where, and why each species was adapted for use.
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Buy Turfgrass Biology, Genetics and Breeding (): NHBS - Edited By: Michael D Casler, John Wiley & Sons. Turfgrass Biology, Genetics and Breeding The cultivation of various turfgrasses has evolved into a dynamic, multi-billion dollar industry.
Yet, there is still a real lack of information available for those seeking to understand the complex science behind its growth. Today’s turfgrasses are highly adapted to turf management regimes due, in large part, to breeding efforts that transformed “wild” pasture and forage grasses into commercial turfgrass products through the application of sound biological and genetics knowledge; for example, the use of fungal endophytes, manipulating apomixis, effecting wide.
Book: Turfgrass biology, genetics and breeding Turfgrass biology + pp. at ends of chapters Abstract: Following an introduction on the origins of turfgrasses, this book is divided into two sections: cool season grasses (13 chapters) and warm season grasses (7 Cited by: Pris: kr.
Inbunden, Skickas inom vardagar. Köp Turfgrass Biology, Genetics, and Breeding av Michael D Casler, Ronny R Duncan på Warm-Season Grasses: Biology and Breeding Wayne Hanna Paul Raymer Brian Schwartz 17 Cool-Season Grasses: Biology and Breeding Stacy A.
Bonos David R. Huff 18 Development of Native Grasses for Turf Eric Watkins Leah Brilman David Kopec 19 Genetic and Genomic Approaches for Improving Turfgrass B. Shaun Bushman Scott E. Warnke This book, edited by two knowledgeable and highly respected experts, presents for the first time a comprehensive study of the various types of turfgrasses, their genetic and biological makeup, and the specifics of when, how, where and why each species was adapted for use.
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This book is a collection of papers presented at the meeting of the Fodder Crops and Amenity grasses section of Eucarpia. It provides a unique source of information on the most recent results on Genetic resources.
Front Matter. Pages PDF. A State of the Art of Germplasm Collections for Forage and Turf Species. Tall fescue [Lolium arundinaceum (Schreb.)Darbysh.] is an outcrossing polyploid grass widely used for forage and turf. A generally strong genetic barrier exists between the two major breeding pools of tall fescue (i.e., continental and Mediterranean).Since the early s, breeders have focused on developing forage cultivars that contain no fungal endophyte [Neotyphodium coenophialum (Morgan.
Turfgrass biology, genetics, and breeding. [Michael Darwin Casler; Ronny R Duncan;] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Michael Darwin Casler; Ronny R Duncan.
Find more information about: ISBN: Genetics; Molecular Biology; Plant-pathogen interactions; Maize Genetics; Sorghum Genetics; Flavonoids; Phytoalexins; Plant-fungus interactions; Professor of Turfgrass Breeding and Genetics; [email protected] John E.
Kaminski, Ph.D. Professor of Turfgrass Science. Postdoctoral Research Associate in Turfgrass Breeding and Genetics, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ.
Director of Turfgrass Breeding, B Four Corporation, Richmond, Houston, Texas - Postdoctoral Research Associate in Turfgrass Breeding and Genetics, Texas A&M University, Dallas, Texas. My research program focuses on integrating classical genetics and genomics-based marker assisted breeding into a historically conventional field-based turfgrass breeding program.
We have specific research projects on breeding for disease resistance, salt tolerance and low maintenance in numerous turfgrass species. Plant Breeding Reviews presents state-of-the-art reviews on plant genetics and the breeding of all types of crops by both traditional means and molecular methods.
Many of the crops widely grown today stem from a very narrow genetic base; understanding and preserving crop genetic resources is vital to the security of food systems worldwide. The emphasis of the series is on methodology, a.
Turfgrass research Agent checking turf Turfgrass in pots Water stream Field Day Sea Isle We are the turfgrass breeding and genetics research program of the University of Georgia on the Griffin Campus conducting research to develop and improve warm-season turfgrass species.
Goals / Objectives The objectives of the proposed project are as follows - 1. Collection, genetic enhancement and preservation of turfgrass germplasm leading to the development of improved cultivars requiring reduced inputs for use in low to medium maintenance turf surfaces like home lawns, parks, highway roadsides, and in high maintenance turf surfaces like athletic fields and golf courses.While it can take months or even years for a turfgrass to become available to the landscape industry following its release, it takes even longer for a new turfgrass to be developed.
Dr. Kenworthy offers some insight into the turfgrass breeding process and his newest turfgrass variety, CitraBlue St.
Augustine.ate study in turfgrass breed-ing and genetics. In Julyafter completing my undergraduate degree, I began m y graduat stud at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, Jersey. I worked under Dr. William Meyer in the Rutgers turfgrass breeding program. While at Rutgers I was involved in many aspects of turfgrass breeding and genetics.