Renewable Energy Development in Africa

Proceedings of the African Energy Programme Conference, 25–29 March 1985, Mauritius, Volume 2

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A Critical Evaluation of the Promise of Biotechnology to Improve the Production of Renewable-Energy Materials and Food

Biotechnology represents the most recent applications of fundamental research in the life sciences. Its products and potential products do not usually come from the applied fields of research, such as agriculture and medicine, but rather from basic studies in reproductive physiology, immunology, molecular biology, microbial genetics, and plant physiology.


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