The Papaya Biotechnology Network of Southeast Asia: Biosafety Considerations and Papaya Background Information

ISAAA Brief 11-1999

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Description: The first widespread commercial introduction of transgenic plants in North America, Argentina, South Africa, and Europe began in 1996. By the end of 1998, approximately 28 million ha were planted with transgenic crops worldwide, the majority of which were grown in industrialized countries (James 1998). This introduction of the first wave of biotechnology products in industrialized countries is leading to further shifts in equity between developing and industrialized countries. Most of the products developed and commercialized so far were specifically for industrialized agriculture.
Author: Randy A. Hautea, Chan Ying Kwok, Supat Attathom an
Published by: ISAAA
Copyright: ISAAA
Correct citation: Hautea R., Y.K. Chan, S. Attathom, and A.F. Krattiger. 1999. The Papaya Biotechnology Network of Southeast Asia: Biosafety Considerations and Papaya Background Information. ISAAA Briefs No. 11. ISAAA: Ithaca, NY.
ISBN: 1-892456-14-1
 
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