Bibliographie

Liste des articles

 

Evaluation des cultures ex situ:

Cavender N, Westwood M, Bechtoldt C et al. (2015) Strengthening the conservation value of ex situ tree collections. Oryx, 1–9.

Cibrian-Jaramillo A, Hird A, Oleas N, Ma H, Meerow AW, Francisco-Ortega J, Griffith MP (2013) What is the Conservation Value of a Plant in a Botanic Garden? Using Indicators to Improve Management of Ex Situ Collections. The Botanical Review, 79, 559–577.

Havens K, Vitt P, Maunder M, Guerrant, E.O.G., Dixon K (2006) Ex Situ Plant Conservation and Beyond. BioScience, 56, 525–532.

 

Choix des espèces pour la conservation ex situ:

Cires E, De Smet Y, Cuesta C et al. (2013) Gap analyses to support ex situ conservation of genetic diversity in Magnolia, a flagship group. Biodiversity and Conservation, 22, 567–590.

Farnsworth EJ, Klionsky S, Brumback WE, Havens K (2006) A set of simple decision matrices for prioritizing collection of rare plant species for ex situ conservation. Biological Conservation, 128, 1–12.

Griffiths KE, Balding ST, Dickie JB, Lewis GP, Pearce TR, Grenyer R (2014) Maximizing the Phylogenetic Diversity of Seed Banks. Conservation Biology, 29,70-81.

La récolte de semences dans les populations naturelles :

Bower AD, Clair B St., Erickson V (2014) Generalized provisional seed zones for native plants. Ecological Applications, 23, 515–522.

Breed MF, Stead MG, Ottewell KM, Gardner MG, Lowe AJ (2012) Which provenance and where? Seed sourcing strategies for revegetation in a changing environment. Conservation Genetics, 14, 1–10.

Broadhurst LM, Lowe A, Coates DJ, Cunningham S a., McDonald M, Vesk P a., Yates C (2008) Seed supply for broadscale restoration: maximizing evolutionary potential. Evolutionary Applications, 587–597.

Caujapé-Castells J, Pedrola-Monfort J (2004) Designing ex-situ conservation strategies through the assessment of neutral genetic markers : Application to the endangered Androcymbium gramineum. Conservation Genetics, 5, 131–144.

Guerrant EO, Fiedler PL, Havens K, Maunder M (2004) Revised genetic sampling guidelines for conservation collections of rare and endangered plants. In: Ex Situ Plant Conservation: Supporting Species Survival in the Wild, pp. 419–441. Island Press, Washington.

Guerrant EO, Havens K, Vitt P (2014) Sampling for Effective Ex Situ Plant Conservation. International Journal of Plant Sciences, 175, 11–20.

Havens K, Vitt P, Still S, Kramer AT, Fant JB, Schatz K (2015) Seed sourcing for restoration in an era of climate change. Natural Areas Journal, 35, 122–133.

Hoban S, Schlarbaum S (2014) Optimal sampling of seeds from plant populations for ex-situ conservation of genetic biodiversity, considering realistic population structure. Biological Conservation, 177, 90–99.

Malaval S, Lauga B, Regnault-Roger C, Largier G (2010) Combined definition of seed transfer guidelines for ecological restoration in the French Pyrenees. Applied Vegetation Science, 13, 113–124.

Vander Mijnsbrugge K, Bischoff A, Smith B (2010) A question of origin: Where and how to collect seed for ecological restoration. Basic and Applied Ecology, 11, 300–311.

Prasse R, Kunzmann D, Schröder R (2010) Entwicklung und praktische Umsetzung naturschutzfachlicher Mindestanforderungen an einen Herkunftsnachweis für gebietseigenes Wildpflanzensaatgut krautiger Pflanzen. Abschluss Bericht: DBU Projekt 23931, Leibniz Universität Hannover.

Saura M, Perez-Figueroa, Fernandez J, Caballero A (2008) Preserving population allele frequencies in ex situ programs. Conservation Biology, 22, 1277–1287.

Vitt P, Havens K, Kramer AT, Sollenberger D, Yates E (2010) Assisted migration of plants: Changes in latitudes, changes in attitudes. Biological Conservation, 143, 18–27.

Zippel E (2009) ENSCONET Protokolle und & Empfehlungen für Saatgutbanken (Deutsche Fassung des ENSCONET Curation Protocols & Recommendations), Royal Botanic Garden Kew, London.

 

Exemples de diversité génétique dans les cultures ex situ et banques de semences :

Borner A, Chebotar S, Korzun V (2000) Molecular characterization of the genetic integrity of wheat ( Triticum aestivum L.) germplasm after long-term maintenance. Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 100, 494–497.

Brütting C, Hensen I, Wesche K (2012) Ex situ cultivation affects genetic structure and diversity in arable plants. Plant Biology, 15, 1–9.

Chebotar S, Röder MS, Korzun V, Saal B, Weber WE, Börner A (2003) Molecular studies on genetic integrity of open-pollinating species rye (Secale cereale L.) after long-term genebank maintenance. Theoretical and Applied Genetics., 107, 1469–76.

Christe C, Kozlowski G, Frey D et al. (2014) Do living ex situ collections capture the genetic variation of wild populations? A molecular analysis of two relict tree species, Zelkova abelica and Zelkova carpinifolia. Biodiversity and Conservation, 23, 2945-2959.

Ensslin A, Sandner TM, Matthies D (2011) Consequences of ex situ cultivation of plants: Genetic diversity, fitness and adaptation of the monocarpic Cynoglossum officinale L. in botanic gardens. Biological Conservation, 144, 272–278.

Gómez OJ, Blair MW, Frankow-Lindberg BE, Gullberg U (2005) Comparative Study of Common Bean ( Phaseolus vulgarisL.) Landraces Conserved ex situ in Genebanks and in situ by Farmers. Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution, 52, 371–380.

Greene SL, Kisha TJ, Yu L-X, Parra-Quijano M (2014) Conserving plants in gene banks and nature: investigating complementarity with Trifolium thompsonii Morton. PloS one, 9, e105145.

Lauterbach D, Burkart M, Gemeinholzer B (2012) Rapid genetic differentiation between ex situ and their in situ source populations: an example of the endangered Silene otites (Caryophyllaceae). Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, 168, 64–75.

Li Q, Xu Z, He T (2002) Ex situ genetic conservation of endangered Vatica guangxiensis ( Dipterocarpaceae ) in China. Biological Conservation, 106, 151–156.

Miao Y, Su J, Zhang Z, Lang X, Liu W, Li S (2015) Microsatellite markers indicate genetic differences between cultivated and natural populations of endangered Taxus yunnanensis. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society.

Namoff S, Husby CE, Francisco-ortega J, Noblick LR, Lewis CE, Griffith MP (2010) How well does a botanical garden collection of a rare palm capture the genetic variation in a wild population? Biological Conservation, 143, 1110–1117.

Del Rio AH, Bamberg JB, Huamann Z, Salas A, Vega SE (1997) Assessing changes in the genetic diversity of potato gene banks . 2 . In situ vs ex situ. Theoretical and Applied Genetics (TAG), 199–204.

Rucinska A, Puchalski J (2011) Comparative molecular studies on the genetic diversity of an ex situ garden collection and its source population of the critically endangered polish endemic plant Cochlearia polonica E. Fröhlich. Biodiversity and Conservation, 20, 401–413.

Yokogawa M, Kaneko S, Takahashi Y, Isagi Y (2013) Genetic consequences of rapid population decline and restoration of the critically endangered herb Polemonium kiushianum. Biological Conservation, 157, 401–408.

 

Management des cultures ex situ

Basey A, Fant JB, Kramer A (2015) Producing native plant materials for restoration: ten rules to maximize genetic diversity. Native Plants Journal, 16, 37–52.

Ensslin, A, Tschöpe, O, Burkart, M & Joshi, J (2015) Fitness decline and adaptation to novel environments in ex situ plant collections: Current knowledge and future perspectives. Biological Conservation, 192, 394–401.

Guerrant EO, Fiedler PL (2004) Accounting for sample decline during ex situ storage and reintroduction. In: Ex Situ Plant Conservation: Supporting Species Survival in the Wild (eds Guerrant EO, Havens K, Maunder M), pp. 365–386. Island Press, Washington.

Hamilton NRS, Chorlton KH (1996) Regenration of accessions in seed collections: a decision guide. Handbook for Genebanks No. 5. International Plant Genetic Resources Institute, Rome, Italy.

Havens K, Guerrant EO, Maunder M, Vitt P (2004) Guidelines for ex situ conservation collection management. Minimizing risks. In: Ex Situ Plant Conservation: Supporting Species Survival in the Wild (eds Guerrant EO, Havens K, Maunder M), pp. 454–473. Island Press, Washington.

Lauterbach D (2013) Ex situ-Kulturen gefährdeter Wildpflanzen – Populationsgenetische Aspekte und Empfehlungen für Besammlung , Kultivierung und Wiederausbringung. Anliegen Natur, 35, 32–39.

Lawrence MJ (2002) A comprehensive collection and regeneration strategy for ex situ conservation. Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution, 59576, 1–11.

Exemples des conséquences d’une conservation ex situ sur la fitness et le phénotype :

Ensslin A, Sandner TM, Matthies D (2011) Consequences of ex situ cultivation of plants: Genetic diversity, fitness and adaptation of the monocarpic Cynoglossum officinale L. in botanic gardens. Biological Conservation, 144, 272–278.

Schröder R, Prasse R (2013) From nursery into nature: A study on performance of cultivated varieties of native plants used in re-vegetation, their wild relatives and evolving wild × cultivar hybrids. Ecological Engineering, 60, 428–437.

Schröder R, Graf MD, Jochum J, Rode G, Schemmel J (2013) Testing the Effects of a Regionalized Seed Production on the Germination Behavior of Wild Plant Species. Ecological Restoration, 31, 295–301.

 

 

Les risques génétiques lors de la conservation ex situ

Ensslin, A, Tschöpe, O, Burkart, M & Joshi, J (2015) Fitness decline and adaptation to novel environments in ex situ plant collections: Current knowledge and future perspectives. Biological Conservation, 192, 394–401.

Frankham R (2008) Genetic adaptation to captivity in species conservation programs. Molecular ecology, 17, 325–33.

Frankham R, Manning H, Margan SH, Briscoe DA (2000) Does equalization of family sizes reduce genetic adaptation to captivity ? Heredity, 357–363.

Hamilton MB (1994) Ex situ conservation of wild plant species: Time to reassess the genetic assumptions and implications of seed banks. Conservation Biology, 8, 39–49.

Havens K, Guerrant EO, Maunder M, Vitt P (2004) Guidelines for ex situ conservation collection management. Minimizing risks. In: Ex Situ Plant Conservation: Supporting Species Survival in the Wild (eds Guerrant EO, Havens K, Maunder M), pp. 454–473. Island Press, Washington.

Hufford KM, Mazer SJ (2003) Plant ecotypes: Genetic differentiation in the age of ecological restoration. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 18, 147–155.

Hurka H, Neuffer B, Friesen N (2004) Plant genetic resources in botanical gardens. Acta Horticulturae, 651, 35–44.

Husband BC, Campbell LG (2004) Population responses to novel environments; implications for ex situ plant conservation. In: Ex Situ Plant Conservation: Supporting Species Survival in the Wild (eds Guerrant EO, Havens K, Maunder M), pp. 231–285. Island Press, Washington.

Lauterbach D (2013) Ex situ-Kulturen gefährdeter Wildpflanzen – Populationsgenetische Aspekte und Empfehlungen für Besammlung , Kultivierung und Wiederausbringung. Anliegen Natur, 35, 32–39.

Lesica P, Allendorf FW (1999) Ecological genetics and the restoration of plant communities: Mix or match? Restoration Ecology, 7, 42–50.

McKay JK, Christian CE, Harrison S, Rice KJ (2005) “How Local Is Local?”-A review of practical and conceptual issues in the genetics of restoration. Restoration Ecology, 13, 432–440.

Montalvo AM, Williams SL, Rice KJ et al. (1997) Restoration Biology : A population biology perspective. Restoration Ecology, 5, 277–290.

Schaal BB, Leverich WJ (2004) Population genetic issues in ex situ conservation. In: Ex Situ Plant Conservation: Supporting Species Survival in the Wild (eds Guerrant EO, Havens K, Maunder M), pp. 267–285. Island Press, Washington.

Schoen DJ, Brown AHD (2001) The conservation of wild plant species in seed banks. BioScience, 51, 960–966.

Schoen DJ, David JL, Bataillon TM (1998) Deleterious mutation accumulation and the regeneration of genetic resources. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 95, 394–399.

Vitt P, Havens K (2004) Integrating quantitative genetics into ex situ conservation and restoration practices. In: Ex Situ Plant Conservation: Supporting Species Survival in the Wild (eds Guerrant EO, Havens K, Maunder M), pp. 286–304. Island Press, Washington.

Weeks AR, Sgro CM, Young AG et al. (2011) Assessing the benefits and risks of translocations in changing environments: a genetic perspective. Evolutionary Applications, 4, 709–725.

Recommandation pour l’introduction d’espèces menacées:

Albrecht MA, Maschinski J (2012) Influence of founder population size, propagule stages, and life history on the survival of reintroduced plant populations. In: Plant Reintroduction in a Changing Climate: Promises and Perils (eds Maschinski J, Haskins KE). Island Press, Washington.

Bischoff A, Steinger T, Müller-Schärer H (2010) The importance of plant provenance and genotypic diversity of seed material used for ecological restoration. Restoration Ecology, 18, 338–348.

Dalrymple SE, Stewart GB, Pullin AS (2011) Are re-introductions an effective way of mitigating against plant extinctions? CEE Review, 07-008, (SR32).

Dalrymple SE, Banks E, Stewart GB, Pullin AS (2012) A meta-analysis of threatened plant reintroductions from across the globe. In: Plant Reintroduction in a Changing Climate: Promises and Perils (eds Maschinski J, Haskins KE). Island Press, Washington.

Dorner J (2002) An introduction to using native plants in restoration projects. Plant Conservation Alliance, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

Frankham R (2015) Genetic rescue of small inbred populations: meta-analysis reveals large and consistent benefits of gene flow. Molecular Ecology, 24, 2610–1618.

Frankham R, Bradshaw CJA, Brook BW (2014) Genetics in conservation management: Revised recommendations for the 50/500 rules, Red List criteria and population viability analyses. Biological Conservation, 170, 56–63.

Godefroid S, Piazza C, Rossi G et al. (2011) How successful are plant species reintroductions? Biological Conservation, 144, 672–682.

Guerrant EO (2013) The value and propriety of reintroduction as a conservation tool for rare plants. Botany, 91, v–x.

Hufford KM, Mazer SJ (2003) Plant ecotypes: Genetic differentiation in the age of ecological restoration. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 18, 147–155.

Kephart SR (2004) Inbreeding and reintroduction: Progeny success in rare Silene populations of varied density. Conservation Genetics, 5, 49–61.

Knight TM (2012) Using population viability analyses to plan reintroductions. In: Plant Reintroduction in a Changing Climate: Promises and Perils (eds Maschinski J, Haskins KE). Island Press, Washington.

Lauterbach D (2013) Ex situ-Kulturen gefährdeter Wildpflanzen – Populationsgenetische Aspekte und Empfehlungen für Besammlung , Kultivierung und Wiederausbringung. Anliegen Natur, 35, 32–39.

Maschinski J, Falk DA, Wright SJ, Possley J, Roncal J, Wendelberger KS (2012) Optimal locations for plant reintroductions in a changing world. In: Plant Reintroduction in a Changing Climate: Promises and Perils (eds Maschinski J, Haskins KE). Island Press, Washington.

Maschinski J, Albrecht MA, Monks L, Haskins CE (2012b) Center for plant conservation best reintroduction practice guidelines. In: Plant Reintroduction in a Changing Climate: Promises and Perils (eds Maschinski J, Haskins CE), pp. 277–307. Island Press, Washington.

Maschinski J, Wright SJ, Koptur S, Pinto-Torres EC (2013) When is local the best paradigm? Breeding history influences conservation reintroduction survival and population trajectories in times of extreme climate events. Biological Conservation, 159, 277–284.

Maunder M (1992) Plant reintroduction : an overview. Biodiversity and Conservation, 61, 51–61.

Menges ES (2008) TURNER REVIEW No. 16. Restoration demography and genetics of plants: When is a translocation successful? Australian Journal of Botany, 56, 187.

Prasse R, Kunzmann D, Schröder R (2010) Entwicklung und praktische Umsetzung naturschutzfachlicher Mindestanforderungen an einen Herkunftsnachweis für gebietseigenes Wildpflanzensaatgut krautiger Pflanzen. Abschluss Bericht: DBU Projekt 23931, Leibniz Universität Hannover.

Ramp Neale J (2012) Genetic considerations in rare plant reintroduction: Practical Applications (or How are we doing?). In: Plant Reintroduction in a Changing Climate: Promises and Perils (eds Maschinski J, Haskins KE), pp. 71–88. Island Press, Washington.

Vergeer P, Sonderen E, Ouborg NJ (2004) Introduction Strategies Put to the Test : Local Adaptation versus Heterosis. Conservation Biology, 18, 812–821.

Vergeer P, van den Berg LJL, Roelofs JGM, Ouborg NJ (2005) Single-family versus multi-family introductions. Plant Biology, 7, 509–15.

Vitt P, Havens K, Kramer AT, Sollenberger D, Yates E (2010) Assisted migration of plants: Changes in latitudes, changes in attitudes. Biological Conservation, 143, 18–27.

Weeks AR, Sgro CM, Young AG et al. (2011) Assessing the benefits and risks of translocations in changing environments: a genetic perspective. Evolutionary Applications, 4, 709–725.

 

Exemples d’introduction de plantes menaces:

Aavik T, Edwards PJ, Holderegger R, Graf R, Billeter R (2012) Genetic consequences of using seed mixtures in restoration: A case study of a wetland plant Lychnis flos-cuculi. Biological Conservation, 145, 195–204.

Aavik T, Bosshard D, Edwards PJ, Holderegger R, Billeter R (2014) Fitness in Naturally Occurring and Restored Populations of a Grassland Plant Lychnis flos-cuculi in a Swiss Agricultural Landscape. Restoration Ecology, 22, 98–106.

Baer SG, Gibson DJ, Gustafson DJ et al. (2013) No effect of seed source on multiple aspects of ecosystem functioning during ecological restoration: cultivars compared to local ecotypes of dominant grasses. Evolutionary Applications, n/a–n/a.

Baker K, Lambdon P, Jones E et al. (2014) Rescue , ecology and conservation of a rediscovered island endemic fern ( Anogramma ascensionis ): ex situ methodologies and a road map for species reintroduction and habitat restoration. 461–477.

Betz C, Scheuerer M, Reisch C (2013) Population reinforcement – A glimmer of hope for the conservation of the highly endangered Spring Pasque flower (Pulsatilla vernalis). Biological Conservation, 168, 161–167.

Bischoff A, Vonlanthen B, Steinger T, Müller-Schärer H (2006) Seed provenance matters — Effects on germination of four plant species used for ecological restoration. Basic and Applied Ecology, 7, 347–359.

Bischoff A, Steinger T, Müller-Schärer H (2010) The importance of plant provenance and genotypic diversity of seed material used for ecological restoration. Restoration Ecology, 18, 338–348.

Crémieux L, Bischoff A, Müller-Schärer H, Steinger T (2010) Gene flow from foreign provenances into local plant populations: Fitness consequences and implications for biodiversity restoration. American journal of botany, 97, 94–100.

Drayton B, Primack RB (2012) Success rates for reintroductions of eight perennial plant species after 15 years. Restoration Ecology, 20, 299–303.

Hufford KM, Mazer SJ (2003) Plant ecotypes: Genetic differentiation in the age of ecological restoration. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 18, 147–155.

Kephart SR (2004) Inbreeding and reintroduction: Progeny success in rare Silene populations of varied density. Conservation Genetics, 5, 49–61.

Krauss SL, Dixon BOB, Dixon KW (2002) Rapid Genetic Decline in a Translocated Population of the Endangered Plant Grevillea scapigera. Conservation Biology, 16, 986–994.

Lofflin DL, Kephart SR (2005) Outbreeding, seedling establishment, and maladaptation in natural and reintroduced populations of rare and common Silene douglasii (Caryophyllaceae). American Journal of Botany, 92, 1691–1700.

Maschinski J, Wright SJ, Koptur S, Pinto-Torres EC (2013) When is local the best paradigm? Breeding history influences conservation reintroduction survival and population trajectories in times of extreme climate events. Biological Conservation, 159, 277–284.

Maurice A-C, Abdelkrim J, Cisel M et al. (2013) Mixing plants from different origins to restore a declining population: ecological outcomes and local perceptions 10 years later. PloS one, 8, e50934.

Noël F, Prati D, van Kleunen M, Gygax A, Moser D, Fischer M (2011) Establishment success of 25 rare wetland species introduced into restored habitats is best predicted by ecological distance to source habitats. Biological Conservation, 144, 602–609.

Raabová J, Münzbergová Z, Fischer M (2007) Ecological rather than geographic or genetic distance affects local adaptation of the rare perennial herb, Aster amellus. Biological Conservation, 139, 348–357.

Schröder R, Prasse R (2013) From nursery into nature: A study on performance of cultivated varieties of native plants used in re-vegetation, their wild relatives and evolving wild × cultivar hybrids. Ecological Engineering, 60, 428–437.

Vergeer P, Sonderen E, Ouborg NJ (2004) Introduction Strategies Put to the Test : Local Adaptation versus Heterosis. Conservation Biology, 18, 812–821.

Vergeer P, van den Berg LJL, Roelofs JGM, Ouborg NJ (2005) Single-family versus multi-family introductions. Plant Biology, 7, 509–15.

 

Autres documents internationaux

Wyse Jachson PS, Sutherland LA (2000) International Agenda for Botanic Gardens in Conservation. Botanic Gardens Conservation International (BGCI), Richmond, UK.

BGCI (2012) International Agenda for Botanic Gardens in Conservation: 2nd edition. Botanic Gardens Conservation International, Richmond, UK.

BGCI (2014) Building living plant collections to support conservation: A guide for public gardens. 1-4 pp.

CBD (2011) Decisions adopted by the conference of the parties to the convention of biological diversity at its tenth meeting. 82–353.

Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity (SCBD) (2002) Global Strategy for Plant Conservation. http://www.cbd.int/doc/publications/pc-brochure-en.pdf (accessed January 2010).

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