The University of Modena’s Botanic Garden recently started a series of in situ/ex situ integrated conservationprojects in cooperation with Parks and other land management institutions. Although these projects only involved alimited number of endangered and/or vulnerable species/populations, some interesting and noteworthy results wereachieved.Activities conducted in the past aimed to increase populations of rare or endangered species rather than truereintroduction of locally extinct taxa. They were developed inside the Garden through in vitro and in vivo growingpractices and museum-type educational activities and outside the Garden through partnerships with Parks, naturereserves and other administrative bodies or institutions.This paper illustrates some of the noteworthy cases undertaken by Modena Botanic Garden staff.

Integrated in situ/ex situ plant conservation practices managed by University Botanic Garden of Modena / Dallai, Daniele; DEL PRETE, Carlo; Sgarbi, Elisabetta; Grimaudo, Maddalena. - In: BOLLETTINO DEI MUSEI E DEGLI ISTITUTI BIOLOGICI DELL'UNIVERSITÀ DI GENOVA. - ISSN 0373-4110. - STAMPA. - 72:(2010), pp. 33-42. ((Intervento presentato al convegno International Conference "Acclimatization, Global Change, Gardening and Biodiversity Conservation" tenutosi a Ventimiglia (Genova) nel 8 - 11 maggio 2007.

Integrated in situ/ex situ plant conservation practices managed by University Botanic Garden of Modena

DALLAI, Daniele;DEL PRETE, Carlo;SGARBI, Elisabetta;GRIMAUDO, Maddalena
2010

Abstract

The University of Modena’s Botanic Garden recently started a series of in situ/ex situ integrated conservationprojects in cooperation with Parks and other land management institutions. Although these projects only involved alimited number of endangered and/or vulnerable species/populations, some interesting and noteworthy results wereachieved.Activities conducted in the past aimed to increase populations of rare or endangered species rather than truereintroduction of locally extinct taxa. They were developed inside the Garden through in vitro and in vivo growingpractices and museum-type educational activities and outside the Garden through partnerships with Parks, naturereserves and other administrative bodies or institutions.This paper illustrates some of the noteworthy cases undertaken by Modena Botanic Garden staff.
International Conference "Acclimatization, Global Change, Gardening and Biodiversity Conservation"
Ventimiglia (Genova)
8 - 11 maggio 2007
72
33
42
Dallai, Daniele; DEL PRETE, Carlo; Sgarbi, Elisabetta; Grimaudo, Maddalena
Integrated in situ/ex situ plant conservation practices managed by University Botanic Garden of Modena / Dallai, Daniele; DEL PRETE, Carlo; Sgarbi, Elisabetta; Grimaudo, Maddalena. - In: BOLLETTINO DEI MUSEI E DEGLI ISTITUTI BIOLOGICI DELL'UNIVERSITÀ DI GENOVA. - ISSN 0373-4110. - STAMPA. - 72:(2010), pp. 33-42. ((Intervento presentato al convegno International Conference "Acclimatization, Global Change, Gardening and Biodiversity Conservation" tenutosi a Ventimiglia (Genova) nel 8 - 11 maggio 2007.
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