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Plant biotechnologies for developing countries: conclusions and recommendations. CTA/FAO Symposium, Luxembourg, 26-30 June 1989



Plant biotechnologies for developing countries: conclusions and recommendations. CTA/FAO Symposium, Luxembourg, 26-30 June 1989



Plant biotechnologies for developing countries: conclusions and recommendations CTA/FAO Symposium, Luxembourg, 26-30 June 1989: 52 pp.



The objective of the Symposium was to design action plans for further development of plant biotechnologies in developing countries. Summaries of 8 background talks are presented, followed by recommendations arising from 8 workshops covering propagation and breeding, plant protection, training, collaborative networks and research needs with regard to specific major crops. RFLPs and ELISA are considered particularly appropriate tools for transfer from developed countries.

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