Cover Image
close this bookAgricultural Biotechnology and the Poor (CGIAR, 2000, 248 p.)
View the document(introduction...)
View the documentFOREWORD
View the documentACKNOWLEDGMENTS
View the documentSECTION ONE: AGRICULTURAL BIOTECHNOLOGY AND THE POOR: PROMETHEAN SCIENCE - G. J. PERSLEY
close this folderSECTION TWO: SETTING THE SCENE
View the documentThe Challenge of Poverty in the 21st Century: The Role of Science - Ismail Serageldin
View the documentFeeding the Developing World in the Next Millennium: A Question of Science? - Alexander F. McCalla and Lynn R. Brown
View the documentGenetic Engineering and Food Security: Ecological and Livelihood Issues - M. S. Swaminathan
close this folderSECTION THREE: ANALYZING OPPORTUNITIES AND CONSTRAINTS IN SELECTED COUNTRIES
View the documentChina: Agricultural Biotechnology Opportunities to Meet the Challenges of Food Production - Qifa Zhang
View the documentIndia: Biotechnology Research and Development - Manju Sharma
View the documentPhilippines: Challenges, Opportunities, and Constraints in Agricultural Biotechnology - Reynaldo E. de la Cruz
View the documentThailand: Biotechnology for Farm Products and Agro-Industries - Morakot Tanticharoen
View the documentBrazil: Biotechnology and Agriculture to Meet the Challenges of Increased Food Production - Maria José Amstalden Sampaio
View the documentCosta Rica: Challenges and Opportunities in Biotechnology and Biodiversity - Ana Sittenfeld, Ana Mercedes Espinoza, Miguel Muñoz, and Alejandro Zamora
View the documentMexico: Ensuring Environmental Safety While Benefiting from Biotechnology - Ariel Alvarez-Morales
View the documentEgypt: Biotechnology from Laboratory to the Marketplace: Challenges and Opportunities - Magdy A. Madkour
View the documentIran: Hopes, Achievements, and Constraints in Agricultural Biotechnology - Behzad Ghareyazie
View the documentJordan: Status and Future Prospects of Biotechnology - Moh’d M. Ajlouni and H. Malkawi
View the documentKenya: Biotechnology in Africa: Why the Controversy? - Cyrus G. Ndiritu
View the documentSouth Africa: Biotechnology for Innovation and Development - Bongiwe Njobe-Mbuli
View the documentZimbabwe: Exploitation of Biotechnology in Agricultural Research - Christopher J. Chetsanga
close this folderSECTION FOUR: CONTROLLING ENVIRONMENTAL RISKS
View the documentScience-Based Risk Assessment for the Approval and Use of Plants in Agricultural and Other Environments - R. James Cook
View the documentGenetically Modified Crops and Other Organisms: Implications for Agricultural Sustainability and Biodiversity - Brian Johnson
View the documentSustainable Use of Genetically Modified Crops in Developing Countries - Fred Gould and Michael B. Cohen
close this folderSECTION FIVE: MINIMIZING HEALTH RISKS
View the documentPotential Health Risks of Genetically Modified Organisms: How Can Allergens be Assessed and Minimized? - Samuel B. Lehrer
close this folderSECTION SIX: MINIMIZING SOCIAL RISKS
View the documentModern Biotechnology for Food and Agriculture: Risks and Opportunities for the Poor - Per Pinstrup-Andersen and Marc J. Cohen
close this folderSECTION SEVEN: ETHICS AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
View the documentEthical Challenges of Agricultural Biotechnology for Developing Countries - Klaus M. Leisinger
close this folderSECTION EIGHT: PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR BIOTECHNOLOGY RESEARCH
View the documentEvolving Role of the Public and Private Sector in Agricultural Biotechnology for Developing Countries - Gerard Barry and Robert Horsch
View the documentGenomics Research: Prospects for Improving Livestock Productivity - Vishvanath Nene, Subhash Morzaria, Lyden Baker, Agnes Odonyo, Ed Rege, Ercole Zerbini, and Richard Bishop
View the documentLeveraging Partnerships Between the Public and Private Sector - Experience of USAID’s Agricultural Biotechnology Program - Josette Lewis
close this folderSECTION NINE: PROTECTING INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
View the documentIntellectual Property Protection: Who Needs It? - David L Richer
View the documentManaging Intellectual Property - Challenges and Responses for Agricultural Research Institutes - Joel I. Cohen
View the documentSECTION TEN: COMMUNICATING ABOUT BIOTECHNOLOGY AND ADDRESSING PUBLIC CONCERNS
close this folderSECTION ELEVEN: CONTRIBUTORS, ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS
View the documentContributors
View the documentAcronyms and Abbreviations