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Green Gene Technology Research in an Area of Social Conflict

Edited By: Armin Fiechter and Christof Sautter
287 pages, 19 illus
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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A. Einsele: The Gap between Science and Perception: The Case of Plantbiotechnology in Europe.- A. Schrell, H. Bauser, H. Brunner: Biotechnology Patenting Policy in the European Union - as Exemplified by the Development in Germany.- M. Leisola: Bioscience, bio-innovations and bioethics.- M.P. Oeschger, C.E. Silvia: Genetically Modified Organisms in the United States: Implementation, Concerns and Public Perception.- P. Aerni: Agricultural biotechnology and its contribution to the Global Knowledge Economy.- T. Schlaich, B. Urbaniak, M.L. Plissonnier, N. Malgras, C. Sautter: Exploration and Swiss field testing of a viral gene for specific quantitative resistance against smuts and bunts in wheat.- C. Gessler, A. Patocchi: Recombinant DNA technology in apple.- J.B. Van Beilen, Y. Poirer: Prospects for biopolymer production in plants.- P.A. Vidi, F. Kessler: Plastogobule lipid bodies: their funktions in chloroplasts and their potential for applications.- F. Felber, G. Kozlowski, N. Arrigo, R. Guadagnuolo: Genetic and Ecological Consequences of Transgene Flow to the Wild Flora.- F. Widmer: Assessing Effects of Transgenic Crops on soil Microbial Communities.- O. Sanvido, J. Romeis, F. Bigler: Ecological Impacts of Genetically Modiefied Crops: Ten Years of Field Research and Commercial Cultivation

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Edited By: Armin Fiechter and Christof Sautter
287 pages, 19 illus
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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