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NABC Report 6: Agricultural Biotechnology & the Public Good (1994)


PART I
Intro

NABC 6: An Overview
Michael F. Thomashow with Loren A. Mooney
Looking to the Future
Peter R. Day Larry P. Milligan, Bobby D. Moser Patricia B. Swan

PART II
Commercialization of Genetically Modified Plants: Progress Towards the Marketplace
Robert T. Fraley
Current and Next Generation Agricultural Biotechnology Products and Processes Considered from a Public Good Perspective
Ralph W. F. Hardy
Biotechnology for the Public Good
R. James Cook
Agricultural Biotechnology and the Public Good
Flope J. Shand
Choices from the Past
Deborah Fitzgerald

PART III
Agricultural Biotechnology for Sustainable Productivity: A U.S. AID Initiative for Plant Biotechnology in the Developing World
John Dodds
Addressing Agricultural Development in Egypt: A National Program Perspective
Magdy A. Madkour
Agricultural Biotechnology in Developing Nations: Place, Role and Contradictions
Jose de Souza Silva
Biotechnology—Global Interdependence
Richard L. Sawyer
Global Interdependence and the Private Sector
William H. Lesser
Part III Workshop Report
Jim Germida W. Ronnie Coffman

PART IV
Setting the Agricultural Biotechnology Agenda: Moving Beyond Dialogue
I. Garth Youngberg
How the Agenda is Set
Susan Offutt
Part IV Workshop Report
Patricia Traynor Thomas L. Thorburn

PART V
Agriculture in the 1990s and Beyond
Dean Kleckner
Public Policy, Biotechnology and the Structure of Agriculture
William P. Browne
Part V Workshop Report
Frederick H. Butt el Tom Guthrie

PART VI
Biotechnology and the Environment

Sandra S. Batie
Genetic Engineering (“Biotech”): Use of Science Gone Wrong
John Bell Clark
Part VI Workshop Report
Richard Harwood Jerry DeWitt

PART VII
LIST OF PARTICIPANTS