Gene Flow and Agriculture: Relevance for Transgenic Crops

Edited by Chaired by: Peter Lutman 
BCPC  1999  

Softcover  286 pages  ISBN 190139672X      £35.00
This is the proceedings (No. 72) of a symposium that brought together the two areas of gene flow and the development of genetically modified crops. It covers the research effort in Europe and North America devoted to studying the risks associated with the culture of transgenic crops as well as the practical production of commercial scale genetically modified crops and the likely consequences to farming and the environment.

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