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  1. Rationality, awe, and the demand for biotechnology.(General Sessions): An article from: American Journal of Agricultural Economics by Steven T. Buccola, 2003-12-01
  2. The Public, the Media and Agricultural Biotechnology by Dominique Brossard, James Shanahan, et all 2007-08-16
  3. Food Biotechnology in Ethical Perspective (The International Library of Environmental, Agricultural and Food Ethics)
  4. Agricultural Biotechnology in China: Origins and Prospects by Valerie J. Karplus, Xing Wang Deng, 2007-12-17
  5. Hazard Identification of Agricultural Biotechnology by Ad Van Dommelen, 2001-01-01
  6. Consumers' acceptance of (and resistance to) genetically modified foods in high-income countries: effects of labels and information in an uncertain environment.(General ... American Journal of Agricultural Economics by Wallace E. Huffman, 2003-12-01
  7. Food Safety of Proteins in Agricultural Biotechnology (Food Science and Technology)
  8. Regulating the Liabilities of Agricultural Biotechnology (Cabi Publishing) by Stuart Smyth, Peter W. B. Phillips, et all 2004-09-02
  9. Fungal Biotechnology in Agricultural, Food, and Environmental Applications (Mycology Series, Volume 21)
  10. Modern Biotechnology and Agricultural Markets: A Discussion of Selected Issues by Linda Fulponi, 2003-07
  11. Role of Biotechnology in Exploring And Protecting Agricultural Genetic Resources by Food and Agriculture Organization (Fao), 2006-06
  12. Agricultural Biotechnology in Developing Countries: Towards Optimizing the Benefits for the Poor
  13. Non-Food Uses of Agricultural Raw Materials: Economics, Biotechnology and Politics (Cabi Publishing) by Caroline A. Spelman, 1994-05-01
  14. Agricultural Biotechnology and Transatlantic Trade: Regulatory Barriers to GM Crops (Cabi Publishing) by Grant E. Isaac, 2002-04-18

1. Agricultural Biotechnology,  Gentically Modified Organisms GMO Issues And Food
AgriBiz News and Articles. agricultural biotechnology, GMO Issues and Food Safety StudyWeb® Agriculture general agricultural biotechnology. Websites About Genetic Engineering (GE
AgriBiz News and Articles
Agricultural Biotechnology , GMO Issues and Food Safety
INDEX: Mad Cow Disease Resources Political and Social Issues Related to Biotechnology Ag Biotech News Biotech Resoruces ... Research and Articles Biotechnology = "any technological application that uses biological systems, living organisms or derivatives thereof, to make or modify products or processes for specific uses." AgriBiz Agricultural Biotechnology Daily News Nature Magazine Science Magazine Mad Cow Disease Resources World Health Organization 2001 Outbreak News Index
CNN Mad Cow Disease in-depth news
YAHOO Mad Cow Disease in-depth news
Mad Cow Disease: U.S. Experts Work to Stop It Before It Starts Spread to This Country Isn't Expected, But We're Ready Just in Case
Stringent Steps Taken by US on Cow Illness

The Official Mad Cow Disease Home Page
a project of the Sperling Biomedical Foundation
The Atlantic Online "Could Mad-Cow Disease Happen Here?
Congressional Research Service Report for Congress
"Mad Cow Disease" or Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy: Scientific and Regulatory Issues
Are Americans Safe from Mad Cow?

2. Biotechnology Educational Resources
biotechnology Educational Resources. * Updated 1 February agricultural biotechnology section includes links covering several topic areas (Crops; Hazards, Benefits, Ethics; general
Biotechnology Educational Resources
* Updated: 1 February 2001 * General Education materials Career Information Training Opportunities Resource Documents ...

3. Biotechnology Sites
AgBioWorld Information forteachers, scientists, journalists and the general publicon the relevance of agricultural biotechnology to sustainable development.

Current Issues Cargill's biotechnology resources
Back to Cargill's biotechnology resources
Public Internet sites on biotechnology: General biotechnology Also see: Council for Biotechnology Information
Seeks to create dialogue and share information about biotechnology. PEW Initiative on Food and Biotechnology
An independent information source on agricultural biotechnology for the public, media and policymakers. AgBioForum
A journal devoted to the economics and management of agricultural biotechnology. AgBioWorld
Information forteachers, scientists, journalists and the general public on the relevance of agricultural biotechnology to sustainable development. (AGBIOS)
Provides consulting services to the agricultural biotechnology industry, government agencies, non-governmental organizations, and producer groups and associations. EuropaBio
Represents companies and biotechnology associations to promote biotechnology-based industries in Europe. Biotechnology Australia
A multi-departmental government agency responsible for coordinating non-regulatory biotechnology issues for the government and for providing information on biotechnology to the Australian community.

4. Biotechnology Information Directory - Information Sources
transcription factors, their genomic binding sites and their general binding profiles ABC agricultural biotechnology Center (Hungary) ABSP agricultural biotechnology Support Project
European mirror WWW Virtual Library
Biotechnology Information Directory
The WWW Virtual Library
Information Sources, Organizations and Research Sites
A public service of Cato Research Ltd Site Map Other places of interest ... Biotechfind Science Magazine NetWatch
outstanding links! Biosciences Directory
WWW Virtual Library How links vanish ... Kevin Ahern's "On the Web"
at Genetic Engineering News

(Who can find the archive?) Biotechnology Meetings
Sections on this page. Agriculture Databases and Bioinformatics Organizations Other Sites Difficult to Categorize ... Research Centers and Universities RSS News Feeds Data Standards and Glossaries State and Regional Directories Biotechnology Directory - Information
Databases and Bioinformatics

5. AgBioForum 5(4): Agricultural Biotechnology Development And Policy In China
number of research staff working on biotechnology has increased significantly, incontrast to stagnating trends for general agricultural research expenditures
Volume 5 // Number 4 // Article 1 Back Issues Agricultural Biotechnology Development and Policy in China Jikun Huang and Qinfang Wang Chinese Academy of Sciences Key words: biotechnology, policy, China, agriculture. Introduction In the past three years, the growth rate has slowed for acres planted with genetically modified (GM) crops globally, in contrast to its rapid increase in the late 1990s ( James, 2002 ). This slowdown may be due to worldwide conflicting views on biotechnology that not only affect global investment in the biotechnology industry, but also impact farmers' adoption of this technology. Some, but not all, of these issues are present in China; however, China's development of its biotechnology industry has been unique, catalyzed by the active involvement of the public sector. A survey of China's plant biotechnologists by the authors and their collaborators in 2000 shows that China is developing the largest plant biotechnology capacity outside of North America ( ). In 1997, when the National Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) Biosafety Committee was established, this committee immediately approved 46 cases for field trials, environmental release, and commercialization, which covered 12 GM crops. Among them three cases of cotton, tomato, and petunia were approved for commercialization in certain locations ( A number of earlier studies concluded that China adopted a promotional policy to embrace the benefits of biotechnology ( Chen, 2000

6. The Biotechnology Information Resource
useful for general purposes only. The AgNIC Partnership on agricultural biotechnologynow replaces the National agricultural Library (NAL). This biotechnology Information Resource
An Information Resource Web site content last revised: 2001-04-05
This Biotechnology Resource Web site is no longer updated and is useful for general purposes only.
The AgNIC Partnership on Agricultural Biotechnology now replaces the BIC Web site as an active resource. AgNIC partners in collaboration are the University of Maryland Libraries and the National Agricultural Library (NAL) . This Biotechnology Information Resource will remain available for the forseeable future. (Note dated: 2002-11-22)
Welcome to the Biotechnology Information Resource (BIC) WWW site from the National Agricultural Library of the US Department of Agriculture ARS - providing access to selected sources, services and publications covering many aspects of agricultural biotechnology.

7. Biotechnology - Biotechnology - General
from the medical, agricultural and environmental biotechnology Questions and AnswersThis booklet legislation; licence applications, general information and

8. Biotechnology - Food Biotechnology - General
agricultural Supply Chain Management This Australian Government page providesaccess to information on supply chain management for genetically modified

9. Home > Molecular Biology, Biotechnology > Biotechnology > General
covering many aspects of agricultural and environmental out practical teaching inthe field of biotechnology. This collection includes general safety guidelines
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Molecular Biology, Biotechnology Biotechnology
BelgoBiotech Created in 1992, BelgoBiotech is the professional section within Fedichem (Federation of the Belgian Chemical Industries), and is comprised of Fedichem member companies as well as associated companies active in the field of biotechnology. Information provided by BelgoBiotech includes the latest news of interest to the biotechnology community, a glossary of biotechnology terms, a historical timeline of biotechnology events, basic principles, applications of biotechnology, and legislation and ethics. This Web site is available in English, French and Dutch. The Flash 5.0 plug-in is required to view this site. Made available on the Web by Fedichem. Teaching Materials News [Publication Type] Biotechnology Belgium ... BioABACUS BioABACUS is the BIOtechnology ABreviation and ACronym Uncovering Service. This searchable database of abbreviations and acronyms in biotechnology and related disciplines typically returns the expanded version of the term and, if available, a link to a Web resource for additional information about the term. There is also an option for searching journal abbreviations with links where appropriate to the journal home page. The site is hosted by the Molecular Biology Department at New Mexico State University. Databases, Factual

10. Annotated Database Of WWW Sites Pertaining To
AgBiotechNet. AgBioWorld. AgCare. agricultural biotechnology Support Project (U.S. and the general public on the relevance of agricultural biotechnology to sustainable development
Information Systems for Biotechnology
Click on menu items above or go to Site Tree Information Systems for Biotechnology
Annotated Database of WWW Sites Pertaining to Agricultural/Environmental Biotechnology
QuickLink! Know where you want to go? Find it here, then click the QuickLink button below.
Ag BioTech InfoNet Ag-West Biotech AgBioForum Magazine AgBiosafety AgBiotechNet AgBioWorld AgCare Agricultural Biotechnology Support Project (U.S.) Agriculture and Environment Biotechnology Commission (AEBC) Agriculture Network Information Center (AgNIC) Allermatch Asian Bio-Net Belgian Biosafety Server BIO-SCOPE.ORG BioAbility BIOBIN Biosafety Information Network and Advisory Service Biotechnology and Development Monitor Biotechnology Industry Organization Biotechnology Information Directory Section
The World Wide Web Virtual Library Biotechnology Resource Series Biotechnology Risk Assessment Data: Facts and Conclusions Biotechnology Strategies and Coordination Office (Canada) BioTrack Online CAST: Council for Science Agriculture and Technology
Biotechnology Communications Center for Science in the Public Interest CGIAR Research Centers CIPR (CAMBIA Intellectual Property Resource) Commission on Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture Convention on Biological Diversity Council for Biotechnology Information CropBiotech Net CropGen Edmonds Institute Electronic Forum on Biotechnology in Food and Agriculture Electronic Journal of Biotechnology Environmental Biosafety Research European Commission: GMOs in Food and Environment

11. Biotechnology And Genetic Engineering
biotechnology. and. Genetic Engineering. biotechnology general Information. Ethical Issues and biotechnology the NBIAP - Assessing the biological impacts of agricultural biotechnology
Genetic Engineering
Biotechnology - General Information Ethical Issues and Biotechnology Regulations and Patents Information in Biotechnology
Biotechnology - General Information ... The Australian Biotechnology Association
Ethical Issues and Biotechnology
Regulations and Patents Information in Biotechnology

I have collected information on biotechnology on the internet on my own but much of it comes from an article by one of my colleagues, Dr. Tom Lee ( in the Biology Department at Saint Anselm Collge; "Biotechnology on the Internet" in Carolina Tips Volume 59 (2): 12-14, published by Carolina Biological Supply Company.
This page has been accessed times since Wednesday, 13 July, 2000.

12. Science Technicians
and medicinal products developed using biotechnology techniques will average growth,due to general downsizing and Employment of agricultural and food science
Skip Navigation Links Latest Numbers U.S. Department of Labor
Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook OOH Search/A-Z Index BLS Home Get Detailed Statistics ... Find It! In DOL Printer-friendly version ( HTML PDF
Science Technicians
Nature of the Work Working Conditions Employment Training, Other Qualifications, and Advancement ... Sources of Additional Information
Significant Points
  • Science technicians in production jobs can be employed on day, evening, or night shifts.
  • Many employers prefer applicants who have at least 2 years of specialized training or an associate degree.
  • Job opportunities are expected to be best for graduates of applied science technology programs.
  • Job growth will be concentrated in pharmaceutical manufacturing, chemical manufacturing, and biotechnological research and development firms.
Nature of the Work About this section Back to Top Science technicians use the principles and theories of science and mathematics to solve problems in research and development and to help invent and improve products and processes. However, their jobs are more practically oriented than those of scientists. Technicians set up, operate, and maintain laboratory instruments, monitor experiments, make observations, calculate and record results, and often develop conclusions. They must keep detailed logs of all of their work-related activities. Those who work in production monitor manufacturing processes and may be involved in ensuring quality by testing products for proper proportions of ingredients, for purity, or for strength and durability.

13. Canadian Food Inspection Agency - Science Branch - Office Of Biotechnology - Gen
Canadian Food Inspection Agency Science Branch Office of biotechnology.general Questions and Answers on agricultural Acts and Regulations.
datestamp='2001-02-13' Quick Pick By Commodity / Key Topic Animal health Biotechnology Dairy Eggs Employment Opportunities Feeds Fertilizers Fish and Seafood Food Recalls Forestry Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Grains Honey Horticulture Meat Hygiene Pet Imports Plant Biosafety Plant Breeder's Rights Potatoes Processed Products Publications Retail Food/Labelling Seeds Variety Registration Veterinary Biologics
Main Page - Biotechnology
Regulation Biotechnology Regulation at the CFIA Government Roles and Responsibilities ... Contact Us Canadian Food Inspection Agency
Science Branch
Office of Biotechnology
General Questions and Answers on Agricultural Acts and Regulations
Health of Animals Act Feeds Act Fertilizers Act Food Acts ... Seeds Act
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency follows several basic principles similar to those adopted by other governments and international organizations. They are:
Build on current legislation where possible. The Acts administered by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency provide it with the legal authority to regulate agricultural products, including those derived through biotechnology. Regulatory amendments (regulations) and guidelines developed for these Acts apply to the planned release of experimental material into the environment for research purposes. Thus they will clarify the regulatory requirements for agricultural biotechnology products. Regulate based on characteristics of the product.

14. Biotechnolgy
top. general/ MISC biotechnology SITES. ACES biotechnology Links relating to biotechnologyfrom the agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences Library at
Montgomery College Library Biotechnology Articles Guides Ethical, Legislative, Regulation, Political Agriculture ...
Stem Cell Research
To Search for Articles - Visit the library's Article Databases - Title List or Article Databases - Subject List . If you are currently enrolled at any of the NHMCCD campuses and have a valid library card , you can access Article Databases from Off-Campus GUIDES Editor's and Reporter's Guide to Biotechnology This guide from the Biotechnology Industry organization, discusses in simple terms the applications of biotechnology and ethical /legislative issues, both state and international organizations, and even a glossary Intro to Biotechnology FAQ From DuPont, this section answers many questions in simple language. It also includes information on biotechnology history, science, safety, news, glossary, discussion topics, research, links and more. Searchable site. ETHICAL, LEGISLATIVE , REGULATION, AND POLITICAL ISSUES Current Issues in Biotecnology, Bioethics, and Intellectual Property Law

15. Food Engineering, Biotechnology, Functional Foods: Arbor Nutrition Guide
information centers at the National agricultural Library of negative aspects are mentioned,the general tone is VTT biotechnology and Food Research From Finland
Food and food science. cooking, food service, nutrition.
Arbor Nutrition Guide. You are at the top of one of the sub-sections of the
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Food industry, agriculture

Food service

Cooking and dining
General agricultural industry
Specific foods and agricultural industries
Food service industry
Phytochemistry, nutraceuticals and functional foods ...
Cooking and dining See also: Commercial nutrition
General agricultural
Lists of web sites
Other resources
Phytochemistry, nutraceuticals and functional foods
See also: soy foods under Cereal and legume industry and Food genetic engineering
Soy and Human Health: Ask and Expert
Questions on Soy and Human Health answered by nutritionist Clare Hasler. This is part of the Univ.of Illinois Functional Foods initiative. The site is in the form of an indexed newsgroup-like archive, with messages sortable by date, author and topic.
Soy and Human Health: Ask and Expert
Questions on Soy and Human Health answered by nutritionist Clare Hasler. This is part of the Univ.of Illinois Functional Foods initiative. The site is in the form of an indexed newsgroup-like archive, with messages sortable by date, author and topic.

16. Home > Agriculture > Farming Methods, Techniques And Equipment > Biotechnology >
general. AgBioForum. AgBioForum is a quarterly online journal devoted to the economicsand management of agricultural biotechnology, published by the University
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Agriculture Farming methods, techniques and equipment ... Biotechnology
AgBioForum AgBioForum is a quarterly on-line journal devoted to the economics and management of agricultural biotechnology, published by the University of Missouri-Columbia. The journal was first published in 1998 and focuses on short, non-technical articles that report on current research in agriculture, economics, and biotechnology. Full-text access to current and archived issues is freely available. Membership to AgbioForum is freely available and application details and member benefits are outlined. Guidelines for authors are also provided. journals biotechnology agriculture Agricultural biotechnology in the developing world Produced by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) in 1995, this report gives details of the state of biotechnology in the Developing Regions of the world. Information is provided on FAO policy and strategy as regards biotechnology in agriculture, forestry and fisheries; biotechnology in the CGIAR system; biotechnology in agriculture, forestry and fisheries in Africa; agricultural biotechnology in the Asia-Pacific region; the current status and future prospects of modern biotechnologies in Latin America and the Caribbean, and the status and prospects of biotechnology in the Near East and North Africa. biotechnology agriculture Food and Agriculture Organization Developing Countries ... Agriculture and Environment Biotechnology Commission (AEBC) The UK Agriculture and Environment Biotechnology Commission (AEBC) was established in June 2000 to offer independent strategic advice to the UK Government on biotechnology issues. Its remit covers all biotechnology issues not covered by the Food Standards Agency or the Human Genetics Commission. The site includes the terms of reference for the commission, information about its members and their interests, press releases, and agenda and minutes of meetings (in PDF, requiring Adobe Acrobat Reader).

17. Biotechnology Links And General Resources - Academic Info
information about plants with novel traits, including genetically engineered cropspecies, and other general agricultural biotechnology related information
Academic Info
Home Search Index Contact ... Biotechnology Links Many list specific resources Start with
Bio Online

"A comprehensive Internet site for information and services related to biotechnology and pharmaceutical research, development, and manufacturing. The site combines resources of biotechnology companies, biotechnology centers, research and academic institutions, industry suppliers, government agencies, and non-profit special interest groups" Biotechnology - WWW Virtual Library
"This directory covers biotechnology, pharmaceutical development, genetic engineering, medical device development, and related fields such as pharmacology and toxicology. It differs from Biosciences in that Biotechnology places more emphasis on product development and the delivery of products and services. This field will also include some helpful medical informatics and health care delivery references."
Sections include products and services, sources of information, education, pharmacology and toxicology, biosciences, research sites, publications, genetics research, and pharmaceutical development - Very complete with current information. Continue on with:
Ag BioTech InfoNet

"...covers all aspects of the application of biotechnology and genetic engineering in agricultural production and food processing and marketing...Our focus is on scientific reports and findings and technical analysis, although the page also covers emerging issues of widespread interest, developments in the policy arena, and major media coverage."

18. FAOAG21GuidesSubjectsBiotechnology
general. food and agriculture documents The latest FAO documents on biotechnologyGenetically modified agricultural biotechnology in the developing world (1995

19. US Dept Of State - Agricultural Biotechnology Calendar
and Technology to Increase agricultural Productivity in and Caribbean Metting on PlantBiotechnology, Punta Cana Executive Committee and general Session, Geneva
Advanced Search/Archive WASHINGTON FILE Archive ISSUE IN DEPTH Development Environment Food Safety Labeling ... Trade Issues RELATED ISSUES eJournal: Agricultural Biotechnology eJournal: Food Security and Safety Publication: Food Safety Fact Sheets PRODUCTS Sustainable Development Public Diplomacy Calendar RESOURCES Links Legal Resources FAQ Online Reading You Are In: USINFO Topics Economic Issues Biotechnology Agricultural Biotechnology Calendar Of Note June 21-23
Ministerial Conference on Harnessing Science and Technology to Increase Agricultural Productivity in Africa: West African Perspectives
, Ouagadougou, Burkina, Faso Back to Top
June Back to Top
June 6-9
Bio 2004
, San Francisco, California June 7-12
European Conference on Grain Legumes and International Conference on Legume Genomics and Genetics
, Dijon, France June 7-18
Plant Biotechnology and Biosafety
, Wageningen, Netherlands June 8-12
World Poultry Conference
, Istanbul, Turkey June 13-16
Agricultural Biotechnology
, Finding Common International Goals, Ontario, Canada June 13-18
Salt and Water Stress In Plants
, Hong Kong, China June 14-16
Yields of Farmed Species: Constraints and Opportunities in the 21st Century
, Sutton Bonington, United Kingdom June 14-16 International Caucasian Conference on Cereals and Food Legumes , Tbilisi, Georgia June 18-20 International Congress on Aquaculture, Fisheries Technology and Environmental Management

20. EUROPA - Agriculture - Publications
CAP general, Periodicals and Annuals. examples, thus highlighting the role playedby women both on agricultural holdings and Organic Farming and biotechnology.
es da de el en fr it nl pt ... Risk Management CAP: General, Periodicals and Annuals Newsletter A monthly look at background information and recent developments in European agriculture and rural development.
The key facts and figures on agricultural topics.
"CAP reform - a long-term perspective for sustainable agriculture" pdf , 380 KB] This document consists of the explanatory memorandum of COM(2003) 23 final
"The Common Agricultural Policy - 2001 Review" pdf A short but comprehensive overview of the developments in the main areas of the Common Agricultural Policy in 2001.
"The agricultural situation in the European Union - 2002 report"
Presents the agricultural situation and year's activities, concentrating on the main produce types and discussing these in detail.
Statistics "European Agriculture entering the 21st century" Presents the evolution of the agricultural situation in the EU and in all Member States during the last 10 years.
"Agriculture in the European Union - Statistical and economic information 2003"

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