Seelig, Fred
September 2007
ICIS Chemical Business;9/24/2007, Vol. 272 Issue 11, p43
Trade Publication
The article presents information on various developments that were published in the periodical "ICIS Chemical Business" in September 27, 1882 issue. Calgene Inc. cloned the first genetically engineered gene for herbicide resistance. A description of a handsome sample of Florida sheep's wool sponge, the result of artificial propagation, was offered by the periodical.


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