Biodiversity and phytochemical quality in indigenous and state-supported tea management systems of Yunnan, China
Ahmed, Selena1; Peters, Charles M.2; Chunlin, Long3,4; Meyer, Rachel2; Unachukwu, Uchenna5; Litt, Amy2; Kennelly, Edward5; Stepp, John Richard6
2013-02-01
发表期刊CONSERVATION LETTERS
ISSN1755-263X
卷号6期号:1页码:28-36
摘要The Chinese government initiated one of the world's largest conservation programs involving agricultural ecosystems with the implementation of the Grain for Green' (Tui Geng Huan Lin) forest policy between 1999 and 2003. This is the first study to systematically quantify multiple dimensions of biodiversity, phytochemical quality and economic benefits associated with (1) the Grain for Green's tea (Camellia sinensis; Theaceae) initiative; (2) the state's previous forest policy involving tea populations in protected areas and; (3) the indigenous tea agro-ecosystems replaced or overlooked by this conservation program. There are several novel and unexpected findings. While forest populations contained the greatest ecological diversity, agro-forests and mixed crop plots were associated with the greatest genetic diversity, phytochemical quality and economic benefits. Indigenous management practices should be incorporated into conservation in China in order to create policies that are more aligned towards biodiversity conservation and sustainable livelihoods while allowing local communities to maintain their cultural identity through agrarian practices.
关键词Grain For Green Policy State Protected Areas Agro-forests Camellia Sinensis
资助信息National Science Foundation, [NSF EAPSI OISE-0714431, NSF DDEP OISE-0749961]; Program 111 in Ethnobiology at Minzu University of China; Tropical Conservation and Development Program at the University of Florida; Botany in Action; Garden Club of America; study site communities; home and host institutions
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条目标识符http://ir.kib.ac.cn/handle/151853/16244
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作者单位1.Tufts Univ, Dept Biol, Medford, MA 02155 USA
2.New York Bot Garden, Inst Econ Bot, Bronx, NY 10458 USA
3.Minzu Univ China, Sch Life & Environm Sci, Beijing, Peoples R China
4.Chinese Acad Sci, Kunming Inst Bot, Kunming, Yunnan, Peoples R China
5.CUNY, Grad Ctr, Dept Biochem, New York, NY 10016 USA
6.Univ Florida, Dept Anthropol, Gainesville, FL 32611 USA
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Ahmed, Selena,Peters, Charles M.,Chunlin, Long,et al. Biodiversity and phytochemical quality in indigenous and state-supported tea management systems of Yunnan, China[J]. CONSERVATION LETTERS,2013,6(1):28-36.
APA Ahmed, Selena.,Peters, Charles M..,Chunlin, Long.,Meyer, Rachel.,Unachukwu, Uchenna.,...&Stepp, John Richard.(2013).Biodiversity and phytochemical quality in indigenous and state-supported tea management systems of Yunnan, China.CONSERVATION LETTERS,6(1),28-36.
MLA Ahmed, Selena,et al."Biodiversity and phytochemical quality in indigenous and state-supported tea management systems of Yunnan, China".CONSERVATION LETTERS 6.1(2013):28-36.
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