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ISAAA Brief 54-2018: Executive Summary

assets/Uploads/_resampled/SetHeight180-clipimage0060008.jpg *Biotech Crops Continue to Help Meet the Challenges of Increased Population and Climate Change* * * *Introduction* * * Biotechnology can be used to develop stress-tolerant and more nutritious crop varieties to protect natural resources and human health. Each biotech crop is evaluated on a case-by-case basis, while approved commercial products in the market have been subjected to rigorous scientific scrutiny. Biotech crops should be considered as a tool for improving crop yields, has unblemished record of food safety, and obtain larger income for......read more

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  • ISAAA Brief 54-2018: Executive Summary

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    *Biotech Crops Continue to Help Meet the Challenges of Increased Population and Climate Change* * * *Introduction* * * Biotechnology can be used to develop stress-tolerant and more nutritious crop varieties to protect natural resources and human health. Each...
    22 August 2019 | Read more

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