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Biosystematics and genetic resources

  • A. K. Singh
  • C. E. Simpson
Part of the World Crop Series book series

Abstract

Biosystematics determines taxonomic status from experimental evidence of the genetic diversity that arises within plant groups as a result of evolution. It thereby assists applied biologists to utilize this diversity more effectively. Without adequate analysis and assimilation of biosystematic information, appropriate use of such diversity (by any method and in any field) would be difficult and unpredictable. It is assumed that the evolution which brings about differentiation between and within groups of organisms has a built-in mechanism of isolation, the action of which is reflected in sound systems of classification. Biosystematics has to uncover this through appropriate investigations and provide unequivocal taxonomic nomenclature to the taxa which comprise the existing diversity. Given that organisms each carry built-in information on the pattern in which their development is ordered, it is the primary function of taxonomy and biosystematics to utilize this information and produce systems of classification and hypotheses to elucidate these patterns. The better such information, the more useful it will be in answering biological questions, particularly in relation to differentiation and the development of divergence.

Keywords

Genetic Resource Diploid Species Pollen Fertility Plant Genetic Resource Arachis Hypogaea 
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