ARCHIVES OF DEBATE, CONFERENCE 4 How appropriate are currently available biotechnologies for the fishery sector in developing countries ?
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1. The use of gene transfer techniques in aquaculture
2. Transgenic fish - Chile
3. GM fish //Ecological risk
4. Re: GM fish //Ecological risk
5. GM fish // Ecological risk // introduction of domesticated fish
6. Transgenic fish // carp-Israel
7. Re: transgenic fish // carp-Israel
8. Can introduction of a GMO be risk-free?
9. Why are biotechnologies not used more extensively // sterility techniques
10. Re: Why are biotechnologies not used more extensively //
11. Re: Why are biotechnologies not used more extensively // sterility techniques
12. Re: Sterility techniques
13. Re: Sterility techniques
14. Re: Sterility techniques
15. Re: Sterility techniques
16. Transgenic fish (GMOs) and sterilitization techniques
17. Risk management of introduced fish in developing countries
18. Application in the developing world
19. GMOs and developing countries
20. Tilapia // monosex // Sri Lanka
21. Re: Sterility techniques
22. Comment for the Fisheries/Biotechnology conference
23. Southern Perspectives on GE aquaculture
24. Native species. Letīs start from the beginning
25. Genetically modified fish - a few major points
26. Common carp-improvement methodology
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See Summary update on September 14 from the Moderator, Conference 4 (Fishery Sector).
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