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Réalisations et programmes en cours en matière de conservation des ressources génétiques forestières en France et en Europe

Abstract : Although forest tree genetic resources in mainland France are largely unthreatened, their diversity and integrity nonetheless need to be protected. Conservation of forest gene resources as such began at the end of the 80's. A lot of ground has since been covered and is reflected in the establishment of in situ and ex situ conservation networks for 7 indigenous species representing the major plant formation types in mainland forests - gregarious species, disseminated species, complex ecosystems. The aim of in situ network management is to provide for adequate, sustainable regeneration in quantitative and qualitative terms. This raises the question of the amount of parent stock involved in regeneration and how to maintain a reasonable level of non-indigenous seed and pollen flows. Five networks have been set up in Europe under the EUFORGEN programme - poplars, conifers, noble hardwoods, social broadleaves and Mediterranean oaks.
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Eric Teissier Du Cros, I. Bilger, F. Lefevre. Réalisations et programmes en cours en matière de conservation des ressources génétiques forestières en France et en Europe. Revue forestière française, AgroParisTech, 2001, pp.117-124. ⟨hal-02580652⟩

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