Genetic conservation literature review

Melissa Minter, David O'Brien, Joan Cottrell, Richard Ennos, Jane Hill & Jeanette Hall
Genetic diversity is important for species persistence and Gene Conservation Units (GCUs) have been implemented for forest trees to protect genetic diversity and evolutionary processes in situ. The Convention on Biological Diversity stipulates the protection of genetic diversity as an Aichi target, and so we explore the potential for GCUs to be implemented more widely. Our global systematic review showed that GCUs are currently implemented primarily for plant species of economic importance (109/158 species studied),...
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