Lupins: Geography, Classification, Genetic Resources and Breeding

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Boguslav S. Kurlovich
Bogouslav Kourlovitch, 2002 - 468 sivua
Theoretical basis of our researshes (researches); The review of the Genus Lupinus L.; Classifcation of lupins; Eco-geographic classificatiob of Lupins (L. Albus L., L. angustifolius L. end L. luteus L.); Biological features; Anatomic structure; Biology of flowering, embryological and caryological peculiarities; Biochemical composition; Nitrogen fixation; Diseases and pests; Genetic of lupins; Lupin breeding; Production of seed; Agronomy and farming system.
 

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THE REVIEW OF THE GENUS LUPINUS L
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CLASSIFICATION OF LUPINS
39
THE HISTORY OF LUPIN DOMESTICATION
147
B S Kurlovich
165
ANATOMIC STRUCTURE
189
BIOCHEMICAL COMPOSITION
241
165
254
NITROGEN FIXATION
269
DISEASES AND PESTS
287
GENETICS OF LIPINS
313
LUPIN BREEDING
351
PRODUCTION OF SEED
375
REFERENCES
391
APPENDIX1
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Sivu vii - Let the earth produce vegetation, seed-bearing plants, fruit-trees bearing fruit with seed, each according to its kind, upon the earth." And so it was. The earth produced vegetation: plants bearing seed according to their kind and trees producing fruit which has seed, according to their kind. God saw that it was good. There was evening and there was moming: the third day. Genesis 1:9-13 It is no accident that the color associated with the environmental movement is "green.

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 The main objectives of the scientific activity of Prof. Boguslav Kurlovich are the collection and study of Plant genetic resources (lupins, vetch, soya, bean) as initial material for plant breeding. Boguslav Kurlovich has participated in 15 plant collecting missions, explored different regions of former USSR (Siberia, Far East, Kazakhstan, Caucasus, Middle Asia, Ukraine) and many others countries (Brazil, Peru, Argentina, Ecuador, Algeria, Portugal, Germany, Poland, Iceland) and has collected a wide diversity of leguminous plants and their wild relatives, which are effectively used in Plant breeding in Poland, Belarus, Russia and in many other countries.    

      Scientific interests of Prof. Kurlovich include   genetics, botany, evolution, systematic, geography and the breeding of leguminous plants, especially of lupins.

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