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The very structure of scientific research does not mitigate against developing products to help the environment, the poor, and the hungry

, : The very structure of scientific research does not mitigate against developing products to help the environment, the poor, and the hungry. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 4(2): 159-165

This paper follows one by M. Crouch which puts the opposing view. The use of tissue culture to propagate disease-free plants in Vietnam and Zimbabwe is highlighted as an example of a low-tech product of biotechnology.

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Accession: 002530906

DOI: 10.1007/bf01980312

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