2.00.00 - Physiology and Genetics
Division 2 includes both physiology and genetics, in recognition of the close linkage and interaction between these basic biological disciplines. It also has a close connection with that part of Division 7 concerned with the physiology and genetics of resistance to pests, diseases and abiotic factors, including air pollution. Research activities include root, stem canopy and whole tree processes, reproduction, seed physiology, plant development, nutrient cycling, and tree response to temperate, drought and global climate change. Genetic research includes breeding of important species via sexual reproduction as well as asexual reproduction from cells and tissues. It also includes genetic mapping, genetic transformation and engineering of trees, marker-assisted tree improvement, and the genetics of biodiversity.
Activities and events Unit 2.00.00
Upcoming 3 events
|NEW DATE! 3rd IUFRO Acacia Conference 2021: Embracing Transformation for Sustainable Management of Industrial Forest Plantations||online|
|Introduction, Breeding, Propagation and Deployment of Pacific Northwest Conifers Around the World: 70 Years of Progress, Opportunities and Challenges||online|
|15th International Christmas Tree Research and Extension Conference||Fallen Leaf Lake, CA, United States|