3 edition of Contributions from breeding forage and turf grasses found in the catalog.
Contributions from breeding forage and turf grasses
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||editors, D.A. Sleper, K.H. Asay, and J.F. Pedersen.|
|Series||CSSA special publication ;, no. 15|
|Contributions||Sleper, D. A., Asay, K. H., Pedersen, J. F., Crop Science Society of America. Division C-1., Crop Science Society of America. Division C-5., Crop Science Society of America. Division C-6.|
|LC Classifications||SB197 .C66 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 122 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||122|
|LC Control Number||89009951|
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Archived Publications. Applied Turfgrass Science (–) Crop Management (–) Forage & Grazinglands (–) Journal of Production Agriculture (–). Breeding of forage grasses to improve animal performance has been documented to be successful in several cases where breeders have selected germplasm for greater leafiness, improved digestibility or palatability per se, and reduced alkaloids.
Within the chapters of this publication, it is apparent that significant contributions by the forage grass breeder have come about through cooperation with agronomists, animal scientists, pasture management specialists, economists, plant physiologists, entomologists, plant pathologists, and.
Grass breeding programs have produced products such as ‘Coastal’ bermudagrass [Cynodon dactylon (L.) Pers.] where the economic value has greatly exceeded the input cost. Grass breeders have the opportunity to make additional major contributions to the welfare and benefit of future generations of humanity if research goals are carefully delineated and innovative, cost-effective breeding methods Cited by: Book: Contributions from Breeding Forage and Turf Grasses.
Published by: Crop Science Society of America View My Binders. This chapter in CONTRIBUTIONS FROM BREEDING FORAGE AND TURF GRASSES p.
CSSA Special Publication Contributions from Cited by: Warm-season grasses that are used for turf are primarily in the genera Contributions from breeding forage and turf grasses book, Cynodon, Eremochloa, Paspalum, Stenotaphrum, and Zoysia.
People in subtropical areas benefit from the recreation, aesthetic, sanitation, and conservation features that those grasses provide.
Get this from a library. Contributions from breeding forage and turf grasses: proceedings of a symposium sponsored by Divisions C-1, C-5, and C-6 of the Crop Science Society of America in Atlanta, Georgia, 1 Dec. [D A Sleper; K H Asay; J F Pedersen; Crop Science Society of America. Division C; Crop Science Society of America.
From the 4th – 8th of Septemberthe Eucarpia Fodder Crops and Amenity Grasses Section, held its 29th Meeting in the surroundings of Dublin Castle in Ireland.
The theme of the meeting was ‘Breeding strategies for sustainable forage and turf grass improvement’. Grasslands cover a significant. Turf and the publication of this volume, Molecular Breeding of Forage and Turf, have been supported by the Noble Foundation, Texas A&M University, National Science Foundation, USDA-ARS, U.S.
Golf Association, Texas. Mission: 1. Develop breeding methods, germplasm and cultivars of forage grasses and legumes that combine improved yield and forage quality with resistance to pests and tolerance to environmental stress. Develop management practices that increase forage yields, minimize production and utilization losses, improve quality.
Referee: Dr. Ian Ray, Plant Breeding and Genetics, Department of Agronomy & Horticulture, New Mexico State University, MSC 3Q, P.O. BoxLas Cruces, NM Forage and turf.
The value of grass for amenity and agricultural use is increasing and breeding has been very successful in improving a wide range of important traits. Breeding methods are continuing to develop and are now interacting with techniques based on novel biotechnology in all stages of by: 3.
The 5 th International Symposium on the Molecular Breeding of Forage and Turf is a valuable resource for plant breeders, geneticists and molecular biologists, and will be an interest to advanced undergraduates, Contributions from breeding forage and turf grasses book and researchers with an interest in forage and turf improvement.
This book is a comprehensive source of information that suggests directions for future breeding of forage and turf. It is also a useful text book for students studying genetics, physiology and agronomy of forage and turf species.” (Sachiko Isobe, Annals of Botany, Vol. (1), January, )Format: Hardcover.
30th EUCARPIA Fodder Crops and Amenity Grasses Section Meeting: Quantitative traits breeding for multifunctional grasslands and turf: Book of Abstract, pp.
Kruševac: Institute for forage. Busey, In: Sleper, D. A.; Asay, K. H.; Pedersen, J. (eds.). Contributions from breeding forage and turf grasses: CSSA Spec. Publ. 15, Crop Science. Extension Turfgrass Selection Bermudagrass Bermudagrass is an aggressive, low-growing and from breeding warm-season grasses for turf.
Pedersen (editors). Contributions from breeding forage and turf grasses. C.S.S.A. Spec. Publ. 15, Turfgrass Selection Bermudagrass File Size: KB. Crop, Forage & Turfgrass Management is a peer-reviewed, international, electronic journal covering all aspects of applied crop, forage and grazinglands, and turfgrass management.
The journal is copublished by the American Society of Agronomy and Crop Science Society of America. ISSN: Acceptance rate: 56%. However, plant breeding and improvement is itself undergoing radical change driven by technology.
This book explores how forage and turf breeding is changing and adapting to meet these challenges using the technological advances being experienced in plant breeding as a whole. Molecular breeding for the genetic improvement of forage crops and turf Proceedings of the 4th international symposium on the molecular breeding of forage and turf, a satellite workshop of the XXth International Grassland Congress, JulyAberystwyth, Wales Books.
Turf and forage grass breeders attempt to improve one or more plant attributes in their breeding programs. The principal attributes and the poten- tial benefits that can be obtained by improving these attributes are as follows.
Establishment Rapid and reliable establishment is critical to the economic culture of turf and forage grasses. Grass breeding programs have produced products such as ‘Coastal’ bermudagrass [Cynodon dactylon (L.) Pers.] where the economic value has greatly exceeded the input cost.
Grass breeders have the opportunity to make additional major contributions to the welfare and benefit of future generations of humanity if research goals are carefully.
Wang and Brummer () provide an overview of these topics and consider whether transgenesis is an option for the breeding of improved forage, turf and bioenergy species. To date, only one transgenic forage crop has been deregulated in the USA, and that was only after a lengthy and complicated process involving several rounds of regulation Cited by: 4.
Joint application of precise phenotyping machinery and molecular tools in optimized breeding schemes will improve forage and turf breeding in the near future and will thereby contribute to amended. Advances in both the sciences and art of plant breeding and in associated disciplines are making turfgrass breeders more effective in meeting the needs and wants of humanity.
Contributions from Breeding Forage and Turf Grasses, Volume 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.
Reed E. Barker, Grass Genomic Testing, Inc. Michael D. Casler, USDA-ARS DFRC Malay C. Saha, The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation Maria J. Monteros, The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation Scott E. Warnke, USDA-ARS FNPRU The seventh International Symposium on the Molecular Breeding of Forage and Turf, MBFT, was held in Salt.
Warm‐season grasses that are used for turf are primarily in the genera Axonopus, Cynodon, Eremochloa, Paspalum, Stenotaphrum, and in subtropical areas benefit from the recreation, aesthetic, sanitation, and conservation features that those grasses provide. Grasses The grasses group of products is very diverse, covering tall fescue – mediterranean and continental, cocksfoot and phalaris.
The 3 species have the ability to handle lower to medium rainfall zones (mm+). All three are perennial types that will produce feed over most parts of the year. The key advantage of having these grasses [ ].
In this book leading researchers review the latest advances in molecular genetics and genomics; they also examine the success of breeding programs for forage grasses and legume species.
The book will be useful for students and young researchers with an interest in forage, turf. Turfgrass Resources. Aggie Turf- This is the overarching turfgrass research and extension program of the Texas A&M University System, which houses the Dallas Center's turfgrass breeding program.
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Project Methods To develop cultivars perennial cool-season grasses for use as forage and turfgrass for the southern Great Plains, Texas bluegrass (Poa arachnifera Torr.) And hybrids between Texas bluegrass and Kentucky bluegrass (p.
Pratensis L.) will be used. Breeding methods will be a modified restricted phenotypic selection on the sexual Texas bluegrass and the breeding.
We present first results from TILLING in allogamous forage grasses for traits such as stress tolerance and evaluate prospects for rapid implementation of beneficial alleles to forage grass breeding. Sometimes juvenile turf winners fly under the radar if their sires’ best races were on dirt, or if their sire’s breeding doesn’t scream “turf.” Case in point: Grade 1 Santa Anita Derby winner Pioneerof the Nile who actually broke his maiden at Saratoga as a juvenile, going 1 1/16 miles on the grass, a fact most handicappers forget.
From the reviews:"This book contains reviews and reports of genetic diversity in forage and turf presented at the 28th Conference of the EUCARPIA Fodder Crops and Amenity Grasses Section, held in La This book is a comprehensive source of information that suggests directions for future breeding of forage and turf.
This book contains the most comprehensive reviews on the latest development in applications of molecular techniques for the improvement of forage grasses, forage legumes and turf grasses. Detailed accounts and future opportunities in molecular breeding of forage and turf, from gene discovery to development of improved cultivars, are described.
The wide range of breeding programs for forage and amenity species, as well as new breeding methods and techniques, is rapidly expanding the boundaries and is making it possible to achieve outstanding breeding results. This book includes papers presented at the 30th EUCARPIA Fodder Crops and Amenity Grasses Section Meeting.
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