Agricultural Biotechnology: An Economic Perspective
DIANE Publishing, 1994 - Agricultural biotechnology - 52 pages
Describes the economic, scientific, and social factors that will influence the future of biotechnology in agriculture. Shows that both private and public sector R&D are contributing significantly to the development of biotechnologies. A review of 23 published studies on the subject.
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Page 11 - States became a member of the International Union for the Pro-tection of New Varieties of Plants (UPOV).
Page 2 - Animals whose hereditary DNA has been augmented by the addition of DNA from a source other than parental germplasm usually from another animal or a human, in a laboratory, using recombinant DNA techniques.
Page 45 - This project is funded through a 50% contribution from the Directorate General for Science, Research and Development of the Commission of the European Communities and another 50% contribution from the partners in the project and five industrial sponsors.
Page 46 - The Impact of Intellectual Property Protection on Technology Transfer between the EC and the Central and Eastern European Countries.
Page 3 - First successful transfer of a gene from one animal species to another (a transgenic mouse carrying the gene tor rat growth hormone). First transgenic plant produced, using an Agrobacterium transformation system. 1983 First successful transfer of a plant gene from one species to another. 1985 US patent Office extends patent protection to genetically engineered plants. 1986 Transgenic pigs produced carrying the gene for human growth hormone. 1987 First field trials in USA of transgenic plants (tomatoes...
Page 21 - Paradigm (HEP), respondents were asked to indicate agreement or disagreement on these six items: (1) the balance of nature is very delicate and easily upset by human activities...
Page 47 - Adoption and diffusion potentials for bovine somatotropin in the southeast dairy industry [by Henry Kinnucan and others.
Page 47 - Impact of Bovine Somatotropin on US Dairy Markets under Alternative Policy Options," North Central Journal of Agricultural Economics, 11, 59-73 (1989).