1552 pages, Figs, tabs
Includes the techniques of plant genetic modification - applications of plant biotechnology, crop improvement in agriculture and a production system for pharmaceutical proteins, and ethics and safety issues - public perception, public relations, scale-up and testing, and legislation within the business of plant biotechnology.
...provides a comprehensive survey of the state of the field of plant biotechnology. (American Reference Books Annual, 2005) "...this book should be a valuable reference and useful handbook for the near future." (CHOICE, February 2005) "...an excellent getup, layout and print of text, figures, graphs and tables at an opportune, justifiable price may be attested to the Wiley-VCH publisher." (Starke, 2004; Vol 56; No. 10) "These two volumes are published at an ideal time. Researchers, faculty, students, anyone active in plant sciences or the food industry will find this reference valuable." (E-STREAMS, November 2004) "...will certainly help students and practitioners to understand its potentials, limitations and diverse applications..." (Plant Pathology, Vol. 53, No.5, October 2004) "...a comprehensive guide to plant biotechnology..." (Food Science & Technology Abstracts, Vol 37 (9) 2005)
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