SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF
NON-TRANSGENIC BIOTECHNOLOGIES
IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES


The case of plant micropropagation in Africa

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FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS (FAO)
Rome, 2009


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Part 1  

    Preface
    Acknowledgments
    Contributors
    List of abbreviations


Part 2  

1. Assessing the socio-economic impacts of non-transgenic biotechnologies in
developing countries
2. Survey on micropropagation utilization in selected African countries
3. Case studies from Uganda and Zimbabwe
References



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