Since the 1980s, many developing countries have used the existing institutional regional and subregional cooperation frameworks to foster their collaboration in biotechnology research and development. This 3rd volume presents an overview of regional and subregional co-operation as well as bilateral initiatives between countries (North-South and South-South) and public research institutions, or joint ventures between private corporations. All these forms of co-operation play an increasingly important role in promoting the advancement of biotechnologies and their benefits in the developing world.It was found that Glomus sp. strain TB8 was the most effective for both soybean and maize (in Abstracts of Indonesian Bioteca#39;97, ... The fifteen isolates proved to be PStV and were separated into six different groups (in Abstracts of Indonesian anbsp;...
|Title||:||Biotechnologies in Developing Countries|
|Publisher||:||Unesco - 2000|