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Genetic resources


In the same way that the term “forest resources” refers to the usefulness of the forests for the production of timber or other products for human benefit, the term “genetic resources” implies that elements of the genetic variability of the trees and other plants and animals will be used to meet human needs and objectives. The benefits from the genetic resources are essential for future development; and for the continued adaptation of the resources to changing environmental conditions and human needs. An important source of genetic resources are the natural forests, and their diversity.

33 records found in EUROFOREST Portal

  1. Institut national de la recherche agronomique (INRA)
    • National Institute of Agricultural Research (INRA) [France]
  2. L'Or Vert
    • Green Gold
  3. Leśny Bank Genów
    • Forest Gene Bank
  4. Lietuvos miško genetiniai ištekliai
    • Lithuanian Forest Genetic Resources
  5. Metsänviljely - Elintarviketurvallisuusvirasto Evira
    • Forest Reproductive Material - Finnish Food Safety Authority (Evira)
  6. Nordic Centre of Advanced Research in Forest Genetics and Tree Breeding - GENECAR
  7. Norsk Institutt for Bioøkonomi (NIBIO)
    • Norwegian Institute for Bioeconomy Research
  8. Növényi Génbank Tanács Erdészeti Munkabizottsága
    • Forestry Commission of the Hungarian Council of Plant Gene Resources
  9. Orman Ağaçları ve Tohumları Islah Araştırma Müdürlüğü
    • Forest Tree Seeds and Tree Breeding Research Directorate, Turkey
  10. Plant Reproductive Material [European Union]
  11. PoplarDB
  12. Silvae Genetica
  13. Slovenian Forestry Institute (SFI)
    • Gozdarski inštitut Slovenije

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