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Biotechnologies and the use of plant genetic resources for industrial purposes: benefits and constraints for developing countries



Biotechnologies and the use of plant genetic resources for industrial purposes: benefits and constraints for developing countries



Biodiversity, science and development: towards a new partnership: 469-487



The topic is discussed under the headings: utilization of plant genetic resources in conventional breeding: a few examples; biotechnologies and production of plant-derived drugs and phytochemicals; and plant germplasm appropriation: impact on developing countries.

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