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This ebook assessment sequence offers present tendencies in smooth biotechnology. the purpose is to hide all elements of this interdisciplinary know-how the place wisdom, tools and services are required from chemistry, biochemistry, microbiology, genetics, chemical engineering and computing device technological know-how. Volumes are equipped topically and supply a accomplished dialogue of advancements within the respective box during the last 3-5 years. The sequence additionally discusses new discoveries and purposes. detailed volumes are devoted to chosen themes which specialise in new biotechnological items and new techniques for his or her synthesis and purification. normally, distinct volumes are edited by way of famous visitor editors. The sequence editor and writer will besides the fact that consistently be happy to obtain feedback and supplementary details. Manuscripts are permitted in English.
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Moreta et al. complementary strategies for the preservation of agricultural biodiversity. Geospatial analysis tools can be applied to map microsatellite diversity of cereal accessions characterized molecularly in order to identify priority geographic areas for conservation. Although quinoa and its wild relatives are a reservoir of rich genetic variation that can be used by breeders for further improvement of the species, quinoa diversity is being lost. Market demand has encouraged the cultivation of commercially valuable varieties with certain characteristics, neglecting the immense variation found within the species.
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