Biotechnology in the developing world and countries in economic transition
- [edited by] G.T. Tzotzos, K.G. Skryabin.
- Wallingford : CABI Pub., c2000.
- Physical description
- xv, 312 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
- Includes bibliographical references.
- Regulation of feed intake-- rumen microbiology and fermentation-- nutrient absorption and splanchnic metabolism-- endogenous regulatory and pregnancy-- lactation-- tissue growth-- host resistance against parasites and pathogens.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)
This is a data source describing emerging biotechnology trends in developing countries and in Central and Eastern Europe. It includes information on government policy and legislation, biotechnology programmes, research centres, universities, private companies, and national societies and organizations in each country. The first section consists of individual country profiles, describing national policy, funding, and biotechnology research initiatives particular to that country. The second section is a directory of names and addresses of selected research institutes, and details on their research activities particular to that country. The second section is a directory of names and addresses of selected research institutes, and details on their research activities, facilities, and collaborative projects provided of internal contacts. The final section of the book consists of overview articles, describing international initiatives in different areas of biotechnology, such as agri-good, health and the environment. This book should be of interest to those countries which are relatively new to the biotechnology field, and to those wanting to learn about thee newly created biotechnology initiatives.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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