Forest Bioinformation Division aims to develop efficient strategies for conservation, sustainable use and development of forest genetic resources. We focus on analyzing genome information, genetic characterization, assessing and monitoring genetic diversity for in situ and ex situ conservation, and developing genetic restoration methods of forest genetic resources
Our research aims to develop more efficient strategies for in situ conservation of forest genetic resources. We focus on analyzing genome information based on high-throughput NGS, developing DNA markers for genetic characterization, assessing and monitoring genetic diversity for natural populations and protected areas of forest genetic resources.
Genetic characterization based on genome information of forest bioresources
Evaluation of genetic diversity in forest genetic resources
Genetic diversity monitoring for management of forest genetic resources and protected areas
Our research aims to characterize physiological conditions for long-term storage of germplasms and determine optimal sampling size for ex situ conservation.
We also focus on developing strategies of genetic restoration for forest tree species vulnerable to climate change.
Development of Non-Destructive measurement technique for viability of seed
Selection of restoration materials of Korean fir considering genetic diversity
Establishment and monitoring of restoration site of Korean fir