ALSO RECEIVED [5.03]
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CTA. 1991. ALSO RECEIVED [5.03]. Spore 34. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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BIOTECHNOLOGY FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: POLICY OPTIONS FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRIES by Norman Clark and Calestous Juma While planners and scientists recognize the potential...
BIOTECHNOLOGY FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: POLICY OPTIONS FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRIES by Norman Clark and Calestous Juma While planners and scientists recognize the potential application of biotechnology in meeting basic needs, they are also concerned about the risks associated with the technology. This book examines the challenges and outlines an international research agenda for generating viable policy options for Third World countries. US$12.00 Kshs 100.00 ISBN 9966 41 009 0 African Centre for Technology Studies, PO Box 45917 Nairobi, KENYA PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY RESEARCH FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRIES Report of a panel of the Board on Science and Technology for International Development (BOSTID) which deals with priorities for plant biotechnology research that could benefit agriculture in developing countries within a timescale of 35 years. The report includes a synopsis of the proceedings, conclusions and recommendations and an initial list of possible projects. BOSTID, National Research Council, 2101 Constitution Avenue NW Washington DC 20418, USA AN INTRODUCTION TO ANIMAL HUSBANDRY IN THE TROPICS by W J A Payne A revised and updated fourth edition of this book has now been published, in the Longman Tropical agriculture series. CSD 0 582 40407X 1991 UKL46.00 Longman Group UK Ltd, Longman House, Burnt Mill, Harlow Essex CM20 2YE, UK
SubjectsAGRICULTURE - GENERAL;
- CTA Spore (English)