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close this bookBiodiversity Prospecting - A World Resources Institute Book (WRI, 1993, 352 pages)
close this folderI. A New Lease on Life
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View the documentGrowing Demand for Genetic and Biochemical Resources
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Open this folder and view contentsThe Evolution of Biodiversity Prospecting Institutions
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