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Some ethical consideration on the application of biotechnologies to developing countries



Some ethical consideration on the application of biotechnologies to developing countries



Informatore Fitopatologico 53(2): 31-38



The problem of famine in developing countries raises many ethical, social, and economic questions on the means available in agriculture to increase the quantity and quality of crop production. Particularly, genetically modified plants offer numerous advantages but also present risks for the environment, the human health, and on the repartition of the potential benefits.

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