An affordable development?: biotechnology, economics, and the implications for the third world
Biotechnology is playing an increasing role in medicine and agriculture in industrialized nations. This book asks how these developments have affected the majority of the world's population in the Third World and examines the financial structure of biotech.
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The History of Biotechnology and
Salient Features of Biotechnology Growth
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