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    • Publication Type:
      eBook.
    • Abstract:
      A Continuation of Volume 1, Biodiversity in Horticultural Crops, Volume 2 elaborate centres of origin, distribution, uses, description and about all crops based systematies of amaranths, drumstick, radishes, tropical cauliflower, jack fruit, grapes, cocoa tamarind, Indian gooseberry, orchids and temple trees. Three exclusive chapters on centres of origin and diversity of horticultural crops, conservation on biodiversity and sacred groves for biodiversity conservation makes Volume 2 unique and distinct knowledge on origin has become focused in Geographical Indications and Intellectual Property Rights (GI and IPR) regimes giving right to communities for the uses of plants and traditional knowledge (TK) In the Post Convention of Biodiversity (CBD) are ownership of Genetic Verified existing in places of origin shifted from global right to sovereign right of that country. The CBD was signed by 189 nations at the Earth Summit in Brazil on 5th July, 1992 and commonto Zones on 29th December, 1993. In 2002, two conferences of the Parties of the Convention on Biological Biodiversity (COPCBO) adopted the target to achieves a signigicant reduction on the current rates of biodiversity loss at the global, regional and national level as a centrifugation to poverty alleviation and to the fit of all life on earth by 2010. The present volume carries 14 chapters contributed by 32 working scientist from 14 States Agricultural Universities and Central Research Institutes.
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