FAO RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY PAPER 11
Results from the FAO Biotechnology Forum
Background and dialogue on selected issues
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Table of Content
INTRODUCTION TO THE FAO BIOTECHNOLOGY FORUM AND THE E-MAIL CONFERENCES
GENE FLOW FROM GM TO NON-GM POPULATIONS IN THE CROP, FORESTRY, ANIMAL AND FISHERY SECTORS
2.1 BACKGROUND DOCUMENT
2.2 SUMMARY DOCUMENT
WHAT SHOULD BE THE ROLE AND FOCUS OF BIOTECHNOLOGY IN THE AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AGENDAS OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES?
3.1 BACKGROUND DOCUMENT
3.2 SUMMARY DOCUMENT
REGULATING GMOS IN DEVELOPING AND TRANSITION COUNTRIES
4.1 BACKGROUND DOCUMENT
4.2 SUMMARY DOCUMENT
MOLECULAR MARKER-ASSISTED SELECTION AS A POTENTIAL TOOL FOR GENETIC IMPROVEMENT OF CROPS, FOREST TREES, LIVESTOCK AND FISH IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
5.1 BACKGROUND DOCUMENT
5.2 SUMMARY DOCUMENT
BIOTECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS IN FOOD PROCESSING: CAN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES BENEFIT?
6.1 BACKGROUND DOCUMENT
6.2 SUMMARY DOCUMENT
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN DECISION-MAKING REGARDING GMOS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: HOW TO EFFECTIVELY INVOLVE RURAL PEOPLE
7.1 BACKGROUND DOCUMENT
7.2 SUMMARY DOCUMENT