Biotechnology and Biosafety: A Forum, Part 3
Ismail Serageldin, Wanda Williams Collins
World Bank, 1999 - Technology & Engineering - 214 pages
Bioengineering of crops: works of the World Bank Panel on transgenic crops presented in the Conference.
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Biotechnology and Biosafety
The Promise and the Perils
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AGERI Altieri application areas Bacillus thuringiensis benefits biodiversity bioengineering biological biosafety biotech biotechnol biotechnology research breeding centers CGIAR CIMMYT devel developing countries developing world Director discussion diversity E-mail ecological economic Egypt environment environmental ethical example farm farmers food security genes genetic engineering genetically modified Genetically Modified Organisms genome global GMOs Green Revolution herbicide human ICARDA impact important improve increase industrial insect International Agricultural Research investment issues land maize ment Michel Petit million modified organisms molecular NARS nology P.O. Box partnerships patent percent pesticides pests Phone population potential private sector problems production programs projects proteins protocol Regional regulations regulatory Research Institute resistance rice risk assessment role safety scientific scientists seed soil specific strategies sustainable tech techniques Telex tion tional transfer transgenic crops transgenic plants United Nations varieties virus weeds Werner Arber World Bank Group