Biotechnological strategies for the conservation of by Anwar Shahzad, Shiwali Sharma, Saeed A. Siddiqui

By Anwar Shahzad, Shiwali Sharma, Saeed A. Siddiqui

The booklet offers an outline on adoption of biotechnological methods for the conservation, micropropagation, synseed construction of assorted medicinal and decorative climbers. The paintings features a short bankruptcy on evolution and diversification of climbers. different chapters provide insights on protocols for in vitro propagation and synseed creation of chosen threatened medicinal and decorative climbers. Informative bankruptcy at the creation of bioactive compound and their enhancement via genetic transformation and elicitation were integrated to hide newest development within the box of plant biotechnology. This ebook additionally explores using molecular marker process for the specified improvement/magnification of medicinal and aesthetic worth of mountain climbing vegetation.

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In: Putz FE, Mooney HA (eds) The biology of vines. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp 205–244 Levin D (2000) The origin, expansion and demise of plant species. Oxford University Press, London, p 230 Li H, Taylor DW (1998) Aculeovinea yunguiensis gen. et sp. , a new taxon of gigantopterid axis from the Upper Permian of Guizhou province, China. Int J Plant Sci 159:1023–1033 Li H, Taylor DW (1999) Vessel-bearing stems of Vasovinea tianii gen. et sp. nov. (Glossopteridales) from the Upper Permian of Guizhou Province, China.

2008). India has been reputed as the treasure house of a wide range of valuable medicinal and aromatic plants inhabiting in diverse climatic condition. The entire Western Ghats is known for its biodiversity, richness, and endemism (about 4500 known plant species; 2000 species of higher plants), with nearly 1500 endemic. This bioregion is under constant threat due to human pressure. The tropical climate conditions, heavy rainfall, and favorable edaphic factors support the luxuriant growth of plant species (Daniel 1997).

2000; Sala et al. 2000; Franco et al. 2006). Loss of biodiversity hampered the biological systems (Vitousek et al. 1997). Various protected areas have been established in the Eastern Himalayas. The first protected area, established in 1918, was the Pidaung Wildlife Sanctuary in Myanmar. 5 % for mountain protected areas (Kollmair et al. 2005). Protected areas have been increased from 23,379 km2 (1977–1987) to 71,972 km2 (1997–2007), while their number increased from 46 to 99. 10 Climbing Phytodiversity in India India is one of the 18 megadiverse countries and has all the 13 biomes found in the world, with 2 major hotspots (Eastern Himalayas and Western Ghats) out of a total of 34.

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