Agrobiodiversity Hotspots: Access and Benefit Sharing covers in a major way Agrobiodiversity and includes important genetic resources like wild rice diversity hot spots, Sorghum and Millet genetic resources, Cotton genetic resources, Diversity in cotton and indigenous safflower and its wild species, Diversity of tuber crops and wild relatives. It also covers biodiversity of Piper species, Diversity in medicinal plants, Diversity in, mushrooms and the biocontrol fungal antagonist, Trichoderma, Diversity in cry genes of Bacillus thuringinensis, use of traditional knowledge of plant genetic resources, Access and benefit sharing, Western ghats, a mega diversity hotspot in India for horticultural crops, Biological diversity Act - 2002 Geographical indication and IPR, agrobiodiversity Hotspots and procedures for access and benefit sharing and genetically modified crops and biosafety.
|Publication date:||22nd July 2009|
|Publisher:||Narosa Publishing House|
|Categories:||Biodiversity, Agriculture & farming,|
S. Kannaiyan.: Chairman, National Biodiversity Authority 475, 9th South Cross Street, Kapaleeswarar Nagar, Neelankarai, ChennaiMore About Sadasivam Kannaiyan