Cotton's biotech gamble

Mitchell, Jennifer
July 1997
World Watch;Jul/Aug97, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p6
Looks at the first crop of Bt cotton. Why it has been genetically engineered; Information on Bt toxin; What it is produced by; Tests done in China in relation to developing a resistance to Bt.


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