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View the document Appendix A Marine biotechnology and related R&D institutions in developing countries
View the document Appendix B Special equipment requirements for advanced biotechnology
View the document Appendix C Definitions of marine biotechnology by scientists in industrial and developing countries
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Marine biotechnology and developing countries

Raymond A. Zilinskas Carl Gustaf Lundin

Copyright © 1993

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Raymond A. Zilinskas is a consultant and Carl Gustaf Lundin an environmental specialist in the Land, Water and Natural Habitats Division of the World Bank's Environment Department.

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