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General Editor: Gabrielle J. Persley, Biotechnology Adviser, Environmentally Sustainable Development, The World Bank, Washington, DC, USA. For a number of years, biotechnology has held out the prospect for major advances in agricultural production, but only recently have the results of this new revolution started to reach application in the field. Thepotential for further rapid developments is, however, immense. The aim of this book series is to review advances and current knowledge in key areas of biotechnology as applied to crop and animal production, forestry and food science. Some titles focus on individual crop species, others on specific goals such as plant protection or animal health, with yet others addressing particular methodologies suchas tissue culture, transformation or immunoassay. In some cases, relevant molecular and cell biology and genetics are also covered. Issues of relevance to both industrialized and developing countries are addressed and social, economic and legal implications are also considered. Most titles are written for research workers in the biological sciences and agriculture, but some are also useful astextbooks for senior-level students in these disciplines. Editorial Advisory Board: E.P. Cunningham, Trinity College, University of Dublin, Ireland. P. Day, Rutgers, University, New Jersey, USA. J.H. Dodds, Attorney at Law/Patent Attorney, Washington, DC, USA. S.L. Krugman, United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service. I. Morrison, Institute for Animal Health, Compton, UK. W.J. Peacock,CSIRO, Division of Plant Industry, Australia.

Titles Available: 1: 2: 3: 4: 5: 6: 7: 8: Beyond Mendel’s Garden: Biotechnology in the Service of World Agriculture* G.J. Persley Agricultural Biotechnology: Opportunities for International Development Edited by G.J. Persley The Molecular and Cellular Biology of the Potato* Edited by M.E. Vayda and W.D. Park Advanced Methods in Plant Breeding andBiotechnology Edited by D.R. Murray Barley: Genetics, Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Biotechnology Edited by P.R. Shewry Rice Biotechnology Edited by G.S. Khush and G.H. Toenniessen Plant Genetic Manipulation for Crop Protection* Edited by A. Gatehouse, V. Hilder and D. Boulter Biotechnology of Perennial Fruit Crops Edited by F.A. Hammerschlag and R.E. Litz

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Bioconversion of Forest and Agricultural Plant Residues Edited by J.N. Saddler Peas: Genetics, Molecular Biology and Biotechnology Edited by R. Casey and D.R. Davies Laboratory Production of Cattle Embryos I. Gordon The Molecular and Cellular Biology of the Potato, 2nd edn Edited by W.R. Belknap, M.E. Vayda and W.D. Park New Diagnostics in CropSciences Edited by J.H. Skerritt and R. Appels Soybean: Genetics, Molecular Biology and Biotechnology Edited by D.P.S. Verma and R.C. Shoemaker Biotechnology and Integrated Pest Management Edited by G.J. Persley Biotechnology of Ornamental Plants Edited by R.L. Geneve, J.E. Preece and S.A. Merkle Biotechnology and the Improvement of Forage Legumes Edited by B.D. McKersie and D.C.W. Brown MilkComposition, Production and Biotechnology Edited by R.A.S. Welch, D.J.W. Burns, S.R. Davis, A.I. Popay and C.G. Prosser Biotechnology and Plant Genetic Resources: Conservation and Use Edited by J.A. Callow, B.V. Ford-Lloyd and H.J. Newbury Intellectual Property Rights in Agricultural Biotechnology Edited by F.H. Erbisch and K.M. Maredia Agricultural Biotechnology in International Development Edited byC. Ives and B. Bedford The Exploitation of Plant Genetic Information: Political Strategies in Crop Development R. Pistorius and J. van Wijk Managing Agricultural Biotechnology: Addressing Research Program Needs and Policy Implications Edited by J.I. Cohen The Biotechnology Revolution in Global Agriculture: Innovation, Invention and Investment in the Canola Industry P.W.B. Phillips and G.G....