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The Significance of Transgenic Plants for Developing Countries

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Proceedings of the Workshop: November 29 - December 1, 1999

Table of Contents

  • Biotechnology of Parasitic Weed Control; A Parable of Unmet Needs, Varied Potential Solutions, Impediments and Risk Analyses
  • Can Technology Assessment ease Technology Transfer?
  • Transgenic Plants and Risk Assessment
  • Computerized Decision Support Systems for Risk Assessment
  • Genetically Engineered Crops: How Could We Overcome the Present Day Obstacles in Europe?
  • Ecological Studies of Gene Flow to Weedy Relatives of Crops
  • Long-Term Monitoring of Transgenic Crops
  • Vitamin-A and Iron-Enriched Rices May Hold Key to Combating Blindness and Malnutrition: A Biotechnology Advance
  • Indian Rules, Regulations and Procedures for Handling Transgenic Plants
  • Plant Genetic Engineering in India
  • Indian wheat program
  • Development, Testing and Commercialization of Transgenic Papaya in Hawaii
  • Impact of Transgenic Papayas on the Hawaii Papaya Industry
  • Introducing Transgenic Products into Developing Countries
  • Legal Perspectives on the Transgenic Papaya Licensing Program
  • Biosafety Protocol
  • Labeling of GMOs and Products
  • Biotechnology Capacity Building
  • Technology Transfer, Biosafety and Intellectual Property Challenges for Sustainable Development
  • Perspectives on Transgenic Crops Development and Use in Africa
  • Issues and Perspectives of Transgenic Crops in the Asia-Pacific Region Ajay Parida

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