I’ve referred to the project baseline several times here, but I’ve always mentioned it to some extent. desultorily.. But now that the project is in a turmoil and has been a huge success, I think we need to end it. Gizmodo..
Based at the University of Minnesota Duluth Project baseline Recollect seeds from the same site multiple times to see how the population changes genetically and phenotypically.
In Resurrection approachThe dormant ancestors are raised in a common garden with modern offspring. The project baseline collection is designed to maintain the genetic structure of the population and facilitate researchers to take advantage of the resurrection approach. Seeds are individually collected and stored by maternal plants from up to 200 individuals per population. After collection, the seeds are washed and [conserved] With NLGRP.
The phrase “grown in a typical garden” does a lot of work, as the flow chart in the 2017 treatise explains. Resurrection approach show.
I found that I wrote about this on my blog as well. Almost 15 years agoIt seems that there was no project baseline at that time. I may have struggled a bit with that press release, but not because of the concept of recollecting from the same location or population to monitor genetic changes, but because of the misunderstanding about the gene bank that it revealed.Of course, like these days, it’s very valuable Review of genetic erosion Indicated.
Return to recall
https://agro.biodiver.se/2022/07/returning-to-recollecting/ Return to recall