By Homer M. (editor); Honeycutt, Richard C. (editor); Duesing, John H. (ed LeBaron
content material: prestige and evaluation of biotechnology in agricultural chemistry / Homer M. LeBaron --
Use of plant of mobile cultures in pesticide metabolism reviews / Beth A. Swisher --
In vitro plant cultures for herbicide prescreening / J. Gressel --
functions of in vitro choice platforms : whole-plant choice utilizing the haploid section of Ceratopteris / Leslie G. Hickok --
Use of plant cells and organ tradition within the creation of organic chemical substances / Hector E. Flores --
Use of somatic embryogenesis for the regeneration of vegetation / David A. Stuart and M. Keith Redenbaugh --
choice for herbicide resistance on the whole-plant point / G. Haughn and C.R. Somerville --
Classical techniques to the advance of herbicide tolerance in crop cultivars / W.D. Beversdorf --
mobile tradition techniques for acquiring herbicide-resistant chloroplasts in crop vegetation / good friend Maliga, Erzsebet Fejes, Katherine Steinback, and Laszlo Menczel --
constructing insecticide resistance in insect and mite predators and possibilities for gene move / Marjorie A. Hoy --
significance of conformational variability in protein engineering of subtilisin / Richard Bott, Mark Ultsch, James Wells, David Powers, Daniel Burdick, Martin Struble, John Burnier, David Estell, Jeffrey Miller, Thomas Graycar, Robin Adams, and Scott strength --
Detection of plasmids within the plant pathogenic bacterium Xanthomonas campestris Pathovar glycines / Michael J. Haas and William F. Fett --
Use of microorganisms and microbial platforms within the degradation of insecticides / Jeffrey S. Karns, Mark T. Muldoon, Walter W. Mulbry, Myra ok. Derbyshire, and Philip C. Kearney --
Biodegradation of s-triazines : an method of put off recalcitrant wastes / Alasdair M. prepare dinner --
Use of microorganisms and enzymes within the synthesis and creation of optically energetic agricultural chemical compounds / Gary J. Calton --
Microbiological id and characterization of an amino acid biosynthetic enzyme because the web site of sulfonylurea herbicide motion / Robert A. LaRossa, S. Carl Falco, Barbara J. Mazur, Kenneth J. Livak, John V. Schloss, Dana R. Smulski, Tina ok. Van Dyk, and Narendra S. Yadav --
Genetic engineering of bacterial pesticides / Brian B. Spear --
Ice nucleation-deficient micro organism as frost defense brokers / G.J. Warren, J. Lindemann, T.V. Suslow, and R.L. eco-friendly --
Immunoassays for crop administration structures and agricultural chemistry / Richard ok. Lankow, G. David Grothaus, and Sally A. Miller --
watching for the affects of biotechnology on agriculture : a evaluate and synthesis / Joseph J. Molnar, Henry Kinnucan, and Upton Hatch --
Patent legislation governing functions of biotechnology patents relating to agricultural items / Rene D. Tegtmeyer --
defense of biotechnology in agricultural-related innovations / Kate H. Murashige --
Public regulations for keeping off blunders in biotechnology advancements / Edwin H. Clark, II --
issues of safety in point of view / Winston J. Brill --
overview of the protection of agricultural recombinant DNA experiments and box assessments : the function of the nationwide Institutes of health and wellbeing / Bernard Talbot --
file of the Interagency Biotechnology operating team : description of the poisonous ingredients regulate Act / David L. boring, Matthew Hale, Anne ok. Hollander, Jane Rissler, and Carl Mazza --
Biotechnology items with regards to agriculture : assessment of regulatory judgements on the U.S. Environmental defense service provider / F. Betz, A. Rispin, and W. Schneider --
Critique of reviews at the U.S. division of Agriculture coverage assertion on rules of biotechnology / Bruce F. Mackler --
threat evaluation and rules of genetically engineered items / C.A. Franklin, E.R. Nestmann, and L. Ritter.
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Biotechnology in Agricultural Chemistry by Homer M. (editor); Honeycutt, Richard C. (editor); Duesing, John H. (ed LeBaron