His primary areas of study are Biodiversity, Ecology, Genetic diversity, In situ conservation and Crop wild relative. The concepts of his Biodiversity study are interwoven with issues in Conservation status, Protected area, Sustainability and Threatened species. Nigel Maxted combines subjects such as Genetic erosion and Environmental resource management with his study of Sustainability.
His research in Ecology tackles topics such as Agroforestry which are related to areas like Resource. His Genetic diversity study combines topics in areas such as Agricultural biodiversity, Domestication, Biotechnology and Germplasm. His Crop wild relative study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Environmental planning, Taxon, Cultivated plant taxonomy, Ecology and Food security.
Agroforestry, Ecology, Genetic diversity, In situ conservation and Crop are his primary areas of study. His Agroforestry research integrates issues from Biodiversity, Agriculture, Food security, Agricultural science and Sustainability. His research in Ecology focuses on subjects like Crop wild relative, which are connected to Climate change.
As part of one scientific family, Nigel Maxted deals mainly with the area of Genetic diversity, narrowing it down to issues related to the Germplasm, and often Domestication. His In situ conservation research includes elements of Environmental resource management and Ex situ conservation. His Crop research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Biotechnology and Plant breeding.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Agroforestry, Food security, Crop, Crop wild relative and Ex situ conservation. His Agroforestry research incorporates elements of Agriculture, Biodiversity and In situ conservation. His work carried out in the field of Food security brings together such families of science as Sustainable agriculture and Sustainability.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Domestication, Vicia faba and Nature Conservation in addition to Crop. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Taxon and Ecology. His Ex situ conservation study contributes to a more complete understanding of Genetic diversity.
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Defining and identifying crop landraces
T.C. Camacho Villa;N. Maxted;M. Scholten;B. Ford-Lloyd.
Plant Genetic Resources (2005)
Plant Genetic Conservation
Nigel Maxted;Danny Hunter;Rodomiro Ortiz Ríos.
European Red List of vascular plants
Nigel Maxted;R. V. Lansdown;Melanie Bilz;Shelagh P. Kell.
Towards a definition of a crop wild relative
Nigel Maxted;Brian V. Ford-Lloyd;Stephen Jury;Shelagh Kell.
Biodiversity and Conservation (2006)
Global conservation priorities for crop wild relatives
Nora P. Castañeda-Álvarez;Nora P. Castañeda-Álvarez;Colin K. Khoury;Colin K. Khoury;Harold A. Achicanoy;Vivian Bernau.
Nature plants (2016)
Plant Genetic Conservation: The in situ approach
Nigel Maxted;Brian Ford-Lloyd;J. G. Hawkes.
Legume Crops Phylogeny and Genetic Diversity for Science and Breeding
Petr Smýkal;Clarice J. Coyne;Mike J. Ambrose;Nigel Maxted.
Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences (2015)
A prioritized crop wild relative inventory to help underpin global food security
Holly Vincent;John Wiersema;Shelagh Kell;Hannah Fielder.
Biological Conservation (2013)
The Ex Situ Conservation of Plant Genetic Resources
J. G. Hawkes;Nigel Maxted;Brian Ford-Lloyd.
Complementary conservation strategies
N. Maxted;B. V. Ford-Lloyd;J. G. Hawkes.
Plant genetic conservation: the in situ approach. (2000)
Plant Genetic Resources: Characterisation and Utilisation
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