Handbook of Plant Biotechnology
Copyright © 1999-2013 by John Wiley and Sons, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Online ISBN: 9780470869147
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The Handbook of Plant Biotechnology online offers timely and authoritative information by presenting the polemic field of plant biotechnology in an appropriate science-based perspective. As the field of plant biotechnology reaches a historically critical point in time, opinion based in scientific fact is critical for society. Is the practice dangerous or does it have the potential to be the next Green Revolution?
From point of discovery science through to intellectual property issues, risk assessment and commercialisation, the Handbook provides you with expert information to help you formulate your own opinions.
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About The Handbook of Plant Biotechnology Online
The Handbook provides extensive coverage of the field including: articles on plant genetic modification, applications of plant biotechnology to crop improvement in agriculture, production systems for pharmaceutical proteins, ethics and safety issues, public perception and public relations, scale-up, and testing and legislation.
Comprising 71 articles from more than 100 contributors, the online Handbook of Plant Biotechnology is an invaluable resource for researchers, scientists, graduate students, and postdoctoral workers active in the fields of botany, agriculture, horticulture, and food science. The work covers the following areas:
Part I: Introduction to Plant Biotechnology
Part II: Plant Genetic Modification: Transgenes and Transformation
Section 1: Plant Gene Isolation and Characterisation - Non-Genomic Sequences
Section 2: Molecular Assisted Breeding for Multigenic Traits
Section 3: Plant Genomics
Part III: Plant Genetic Modification: Gene Isolation
Part IV: Agronomic Traits
Part V: Quality and Yield Traits
Part V1: Developmental Traits
Part VII: A Production System for Industrial and Pharmaceutical Proteins
Part VIII: Non-food Crops
Part IX: Risk Assessment of Transgenic Crops
Part X: Commercialisation
Section 1: Perspectives on Proprietary Technology and Patents
Section 2: Customer and Consumer Perspectives
Section 3: Product Commercialisation Examples
Part XI: Plant Biotechnology in Developing Countries
Appendix A: Plant Biotechnology Commercial Products
Appendix B: Key Plant Biotechnology Patents