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Agricultural biotechnology: introduction to field testing


, : Agricultural biotechnology: introduction to field testing. Agricultural biotechnology: introduction to field testing: xiii + 58 pp.

The responsibilities involved in testing genetically modified organisms in the field are explained for principal investigators, Institutional Biosafety Committees, the Agricultural Biotechnology Research Advisory Committee and the Office of Agricultural Biotechnology in the USA.

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