Edited By: Nadine B Carrozzi and Michael G Koziel
301 pages, B/w photos, illus, figs, tabs
In 1996 the first crops genetically engineered to control agronomically important pests were registered for commercial sale. This book provides both an update on current technologies used for developing these plants, and an overview of new technologies being tested for developing new genetically engineered plants in the future. Contributors include the leaders in the field from both industry and academia.
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