New Issue of AgBioForum

UMC AGECON AgBioForum AgBioForum at missouri.edu
Thu Aug 29 10:58:30 EST 2002


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Dear PLANT-ED members,

The latest issue of AgBioForum is now available online at
http://www.agbioforum.org/. Below is the table of contents for the issue.

1. Benefits from Bt Cotton Use by Smallholder Farmers in South Africa
Yousouf Ismael, Richard Bennett, and Stephen Morse

2. Focus Group Reactions to Genetically Modified Food Labels
Mario F. Teisl, Lynn Halverson, Kelly O'Brien, Brian Roe, Nancy Ross,
and Mike Vayda

3. Efficiency of Alternative Technologies and Cultural Practices for
Cotton in Georgia
Clayton W. Ward, Archie Flanders, Olga Isengildina, and Fred C. White

4. A Tale of Two Mergers: What We Can Learn from Agricultural
Biotechnology Event Studies
John L. King, Norbert Wilson, and Anwar Naseem

5. Biotechnology's Future Benefits: Prediction or Promise?
Jeffrey Burkhardt

6. Economic Impacts Associated with Recombinant Bovine Somatotropin
(rBST) Use: Comment
Willard C. Losinger

7. Economic Impacts Associated with Recombinant Bovine Somatotropin
(rBST) Use: Reply
Stephen L. Ott and C. Matthew Rendleman

Best regards, 



Nan Sukpanich
Publications Coordinator



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