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Bean Biofortification. Mangels, Reed Brief article Jul 1, 2018 272
The Power of CRISPR-Cas9-Induced Genome Editing to Speed Up Plant Breeding. Cao, Hieu X.; Wang, Wenqin; Le, Hien T.T.; Vu, Giang T.H. Report Jan 1, 2017 7268
Estimativas de parametros geneticos para ferro, zinco, magnesio e fosforo em graos de feijao. Buratto, Juliana Sawada; Moda-Cirino, Vania Jan 1, 2017 5686
DNA edits boost photosynthesis: improving response to excess light may increase crop yields. Milius, Susan Dec 24, 2016 731
Precise gene editing in plants: CRISPR offers an easy, exact way to alter genes to create traits such as disease resistance and drought tolerance. Talbot, David Mar 1, 2016 586
Bad Karma can ruin palm oil crops. Saey, Tina Hesman Brief article Oct 17, 2015 316
Engineered plants demolish waste: modified vegetation could clean up toxic pollution. Mole, Beth Nov 29, 2014 505
A glowing green thumb. Saey, Tina Hesman Aug 24, 2013 546
Somatic embryogenesis and plantlet regeneration in Amla. Sabah, L. Al-; Sudhersan, C.; Manuel, S. Jibi Report Oct 1, 2012 2423
Rust never sleeps: a new flare-up in an age-old battle between wheat and a fungal killer. Ehrenberg, Rachel Report Sep 25, 2010 2691
Want to know what a gene does? Use a little MAGIC. Yao, Stephanie Sep 1, 2010 557
Unraveling the origins of a symbol of the tropics. O'Brien, Dennis Aug 1, 2010 568
Help for the common bean: genetic solutions for legume problems. Flores, Alfredo; Yao, Stephanie; Suszkiw, Jan May 1, 2010 1670
No easy answers to Echinacea's evolution. Perry, Ann Mar 1, 2010 526
Genotype exploration is key to controlling rush skeletonweed. Yao, Stephanie Jul 1, 2009 568
An empty promise. Editorial May 29, 2009 669
The interface of open source and proprietary agricultural innovation: facilitated access and benefit-sharing under the new FAO Treaty. McManis, Charles R.; Seo, Eul Soo Mar 22, 2009 25599
The FAO Multilateral System for plant genetic resources for food and agriculture: better than bilateralism? Lightbourne, Muriel Mar 22, 2009 17456
False dawn, genetically modified future. Siewert, Rachel Aug 1, 2008 1132
Violating mother nature's law. Mitchell, Penni Sep 22, 2007 726
University of California obtains United States patent. Brief article Apr 1, 2007 86
A gene-based model to simulate soybean development and yield responses to environment. Messina, C.D.; Jones, J.W.; Boote, K.J.; Vallejos, C.E. Jan 1, 2006 9058
Chapter 13 plant biotechnology and genetically modified organisms: an overview. Arteca, Richard N. Jan 1, 2006 8302
Genetic and metabolic engineering for value-added traits. Korban, Schuyler S. Mar 1, 2005 1015
Low lignin GM trees and forage crops. Cummins, Joe Jan 1, 2005 876
GE grass pollen drift measured. Brief Article Dec 1, 2004 101
Wheat remains worldwide staple. Aug 1, 2004 330
Designing Foods to Prevent Diseases. Hankinson, Jessica May 1, 2004 2732
Cornell obtains United States patent. Brief Article Nov 1, 2003 145
Use of [A.sub.3] cytoplasm to reduce risk of gene flow through sorghum pollen. (Cell Biology & Molecular Genetics). Pedersen, J.F.; Marx, D.B.; Funnell, D.L. Jul 1, 2003 3660
Transgenic trees hold promise for pulp and paper industries. (Update June/2003). Brief Article Jun 1, 2003 224
Clustering environments to minimize change in rank of cultivars. (Crop Breeding, Genetics & Cytology). Russell, W.K.; Eskridge, K.M.; Travnicek, D.A.; Guillen-Portal, F.R. May 1, 2003 7101
How big will it grow? The fortunes of Roundup Ready corn. Anderson, Robynne M. Feb 1, 2003 1994
DuPont, Wilmington, Del., and Bunge Limited, White Plains, N.Y., announce plans for a global alliance. (Industry News). Brief Article Feb 1, 2003 93
Interspecific hybridization between Agrostis stolonifera and related Agrostis species under field conditions. (Turfgrass Science). Belanger, F.C.; Meagher, T.R.; Day, P.R.; Plumley, K.; Meyer, W.A. Jan 1, 2003 4915
Registration of `MISCOT 8806' cotton. (Registrations Of Cultivars). Wallace, T.P.; White, B.W.; Hollowell, J.E. Nov 1, 2002 1391
Registration of four sunflower germplasms with resistance to Orobanche cumana Race F. (Registrations Of Germplasm). Jan, C.C.; Fernandez-Martinez, J.M.; Ruso, J.; Munoz-Ruz, J. Nov 1, 2002 1052
Registration of early-maturing, rust, late leaf spot, and low temperature tolerant peanut germplasm line ICGV 92267. (Registrations Of Germplasm). Upadhyava, H.D.; Nigam, S.N.; Reddy, A.G.S.; Yellaiah, N. Nov 1, 2002 1099
What lurks behind triple herbicide-tolerant oilseed rape? (Biodevastation). Ho, Mae-Wan Sep 22, 2002 1039
Genetic illusions. (Political Science). Bocking, Stephen Sep 22, 2002 1499
"Maybe" no longer an option: Five facets key in determining ASAE's leadership role. (Last Word). Dooley, James H. Aug 1, 2002 663
Plant genomics may double crop efficiency. (Horticulture). Brief Article Jun 1, 2002 323
Pharming: the food industry says genetically modified food is perfectly safe; consumers, environmentalists, and many others aren't so sure. (Food - GM Food). Statistical Data Included Mar 1, 2002 2817
Loblaws keeps consumers in the dark. (Notes). Arnott, Janice Brief Article Jan 1, 2002 405
Playing God with Potatoes: Consumers want to know when they're eating genetically altered food--but the subject of labeling is controversial. Biggerstaff, Crystal Jan 1, 2002 1992
Nature Rejects Scientific Debate on UK Field Trials. (Biodevastation). Ho, Mae-Wan; Cummins, Joseph Brief Article Jan 1, 2002 620
Agricultural Genomics. Eckhardt, Robert B. Dec 1, 2001 2881
Techno food: genetically modified crops cook up a sizzling debate. (Life/Tech Science: Genetic Engineering * Food Safety). Dyer, Nigole Nov 26, 2001 1694
Genetically Engineered Foods. Interview Nov 1, 2001 4466
Second Thoughts. Clarke, Paul Nov 1, 2001 1062
Quality Control in the Development of Transgenic Crop Seed Products. Mumm, Rita Hogan; Walters, Donald S. Sep 1, 2001 6979
Grain Fill Duration in Twelve Hard Red Spring Wheat Crosses: Genetic Variation and Association with Other Agronomic Traits. Talbert, L. E.; Lanning, S. P.; Murphy, R. L.; Martin, J. M. Statistical Data Included Sep 1, 2001 6001
Genetic Control of High Temperature Tolerance in Wheat as Measured by Membrane Thermal Stability. Ibrahim, Amir M. H.; Quick, James S. Statistical Data Included Sep 1, 2001 2358
AFLP Analysis of Opium Poppy. Saunders, James A.; Pedroni, Monica J.; Penrose, Lindsay D. J.; Fist, Anthony J. Statistical Data Included Sep 1, 2001 4507
GE field tests face opposition in U.S. Brief Article Sep 1, 2001 339
Gene Makes Tomatoes Tolerate Salt. Travis, J. Brief Article Aug 4, 2001 510
Possible PD Breakthrough. Brief Article Aug 1, 2001 266
Sowing TECHNOLOGY. Holdrege, Craig; Talbott, Steve Jul 1, 2001 3314
"FRANKENTREES"? Brief Article Jun 22, 2001 356
Comparative Effects of 1BL.1RS and 1AL.1RS on Soft Red Winter Wheat Milling and Baking Quality. McKendry, Anne L.; Tague, David N.; Ross, Kathleen Statistical Data Included May 1, 2001 5384
Transgenic Approaches to Combat Fusarium Head Blight in Wheat and Barley. Dahleen, Lynn S.; Okubara, Patricia A.; Blechl, Ann E. May 1, 2001 10404
The Quiet Campaign for Genetically Engineered Humans. Hayes, Richard Mar 22, 2001 3163
You can forget RCGA's 'Biobelt' idea. Downs, Peter Brief Article Feb 1, 2001 820
Summer and Autumn Growth of Rhizomatous Birdsfoot Trefoil. Kallenbach, R. L.; McGraw, R. L.; Beuselinck, P. R.; Roberts, C. A. Jan 1, 2001 4607
Improving Aluminum Tolerance in Small Grains. Garvin, David R. Brief Article Nov 1, 2000 178
Software for Population Genetic Analyses of Molecular Marker Data. Labate, Joanne A. Nov 1, 2000 6798
Association of Soybean Seed Traits with Physical Properties of Natto. Geater, Chandler W.; Fehr, Walter R.; Wilson, Lester A. Nov 1, 2000 6331
Cytoplasmic Male Sterility in Two Wild Helianthus annuus L. Accessions and Their Fertility Restoration. Jan, C. C. Nov 1, 2000 3016
A fap7 Allele for Elevated Palmitate in Soybean. Stoltzfus, David L.; Fehr, Walter R.; Welke, Grace A.; Hammond, Earl G.; Cianzio, Silvia R. Nov 1, 2000 5031
Association of Total Sugar Content with Other Seed Traits of Diverse Soybean Cultivars. Geater, Chandler W.; Fehr, Walter R. Nov 1, 2000 3431
Selection for Bean Golden Mosaic Resistance in Intra- and Interracial Bean Populations. Singh, Shree P.; Morales, Francisco J.; Miklas, Phillip N.; Teran, Henry Nov 1, 2000 7968
Comparison of Bioclimatic Indices for Prediction of Maize Yields. Jeutong, F.; Eskridge, K. M.; Waltman, W. J.; Smith, O. S. Nov 1, 2000 4893
Remobilization of Carbon Reserves Is Improved by Controlled Soil-Drying during Grain Filling of Wheat. Yang, Jianchang; Zhang, Jianhua; Huang, Zuliu; Zhu, Qingsen; Wang, Long Nov 1, 2000 6000
Growth and Yield Responses of Winter Wheat to Mixtures of Ozone and Carbon Dioxide. Heagle, A. S.; Miller, J. E.; Pursley, W. A. Nov 1, 2000 10504
High Efficiency Transformation of U.S. Rice Lines from Mature Seed-Derived Calli and Segregation of Glufosinate Resistance under Field Conditions. Jiang, Junda; Linscombe, Steve D.; Wang, Jianlin; Oard, James H. Nov 1, 2000 9934
Seedset on Synthetic Haploids of Durum Wheat: Cytological and Molecular Investigations. Jauhar, P. P.; Dogramaci-Altuntepe, M.; Peterson, T. S.; Almouslem, A. B. Nov 1, 2000 3633
Wheat Transformation Using Cyanamide as a New Selective Agent. Weeks, J. T.; Koshiyama, K. Y.; Maier-Greiner, U.; Schaeffner, T.; Anderson, O. D. Nov 1, 2000 4888
Tracing the Phylogeny of the Hexaploid Oat Avena sativa with Satellite DNAs. Li, Cheng-Dao; Rossnagel, Brian G.; Scoles, Graham J. Nov 1, 2000 6595
Molecular Variation and [F.sub.1] Performance among Strains of the Sweet Corn Inbred P39. Tracy, W. F.; Talbert, L. E.; Gerdes, J. T. Nov 1, 2000 5497
Preliminary Analysis of Expressed Sequence Tags for Sugarcane. Carson, Deborah L.; Botha, Frederick C. Nov 1, 2000 11550
Genetic Diversity Patterns in Chinese Soybean Cultivars Based on Coefficient of Parentage. Cui, Zhanglin; Carter, Thomas E. Jr.; Burton, Joseph W. Nov 1, 2000 14048
Genetic Base of Japanese Soybean Cultivars Released during 1950 to 1988. Zhou, Xingliang; Carter, Thomas E. Jr.; Cui, Zhanglin; Miyazaki, Shoji; Burton, Joseph W. Nov 1, 2000 8759
Genetically Engineered Vitamin A Rice: A Blind Approach to Blindness Prevention. Vandana Shiva, Dr. Sep 22, 2000 1248
Politically Modified Foods. Brief Article Jul 1, 2000 457
Genetic Modification of Foods and Seeds: Is It Inherently Dangerous? Howard, Pat Critical Essay Jul 1, 2000 1863
New gene-altering strategy tested on corn. Travis, J. Brief Article May 6, 2000 524
TRANSGENIC FOODS: PROMISE OR PERIL? Acosta, Anne May 1, 2000 3151
Global deal on GM food trade. NM Brief Article Apr 1, 2000 660
Executive Officer's Column. Boyle, John A. Brief Article Apr 1, 2000 473
Time out for genetically modified crops. Hinkle, Maureen Kuwano Brief Article Mar 22, 2000 847
GM FOODS IN PERSPECTIVE: PART THREE. Pires-O'Brien, Joaquina Mar 1, 2000 1594
Gene-altered Culture? CARLSEN, LAURA Brief Article Feb 1, 2000 1015
A Burning Controversy about the Safety of Genetically Modified Food. Cummins, Joe Jan 1, 2000 1273
The Rise and Fall of "Franken-Food". Cummins, Ronnie; Lilliston, Ben Statistical Data Included Dec 22, 1999 1727
What Should We Do With Genetically Modified Foods in the Twenty-first Century?: India: Resist Them, Unless ... Swaminathan, M. S. Dec 1, 1999 1145
Find genes first, ask questions later. Brief Article Oct 1, 1999 451
Oceans Apart in Precaution. Halweil, Brian Sep 1, 1999 497
Near Infrared Reflectance Spectroscopy Prediction and Heritability of Neutral Detergent-Soluble Fiber in Alfalfa. Fonseca, C. E. L.; Hansen, J. L.; Thomas, E. M.; Pell, A. N.; Viands, D. R. Statistical Data Included Sep 1, 1999 5469
Selection Improves Drought Tolerance in Tropical Maize Populations: I. Gains in Biomass, Grain Yield, and Harvest Index. Edmeades, G. O.; Bolanos, J.; Chapman, S. C.; Lafitte, H. R.; Banziger, M. Statistical Data Included Sep 1, 1999 10192
Selection Improves Drought Tolerance in Tropical Maize Populations: II. Direct and Correlated Responses among Secondary Traits. Chapman, S. C.; Edmeades, G. O. Statistical Data Included Sep 1, 1999 9921
Survival Characteristics of Corn Seed during Storage: I. Normal Distribution of Seed Survival. Tang, Shande; TeKrony, Dennis M.; Egli, Dennis B.; Cornelius, Paul L.; Rucker, Marcy Statistical Data Included Sep 1, 1999 5422
FDA's Blank Check for Biotech. Mokhiber, Russell Jun 1, 1999 536
THE GREEN MACHINE. Kahn, Jennifer Apr 1, 1999 1921
Genetic Engineering and World Hunger. Sexton, Sarah; Hildyard, Nicholas Mar 22, 1999 2204
Avalanche of Public Opposition to Monsanto's Suicide Seeds. Shand, Hope Mar 22, 1999 3592
Family Farmers Warn of Dangers of Genetically Engineered Crops. Christison, Bill Mar 22, 1999 1500
Do GE Crops Really Produce a Higher Yield? Benbrook, Charles Brief Article Mar 22, 1999 618
First the Seed. Tokar, Brian Brief Article Mar 22, 1999 677
Keeping Monsanto's Fake Corn Out of Maine: What We Did. Oden, Nancy Brief Article Mar 22, 1999 602
Ban Genetically Engineered Foods and Crops. Russow, Joan Brief Article Mar 22, 1999 813
St. Louis Biodevastation Declaration for Banning Genetically Engineered Foods and Crops. Russow, Joan Mar 22, 1999 1591
GE Actions by the Irish Green Party. Giles, Paula Mar 22, 1999 1049
New Zealand Green Party Policy On Safe Food. Mar 22, 1999 1536
Dangers of genetic engineering not covered here. Downs, Peter Mar 1, 1999 2038
Unintended effects of Bt crops. Halweil, Brian Jan 1, 1999 648
Molecular farming. Johnson, Dan Jan 1, 1999 554
A new breed of ingredients. Zind, Tom Jan 1, 1999 1440
Resisting Biotechnology and the Commodification of Life. Tokar, Brian Jan 1, 1999 2833
Quick Fix or Sustainable Cuisine: Toward an Ecology of Eating. Margulis, Charles Jan 1, 1999 2000
Protection Racket. Kneen, Brewster Jan 1, 1999 1147
Promiscuity, Pollination, and Genes. Schmitz, Sonja Jan 1, 1999 1790
More Dangers of Genetically Altered Plants. Aplyn, Eric Brief Article Jan 1, 1999 799
How the Terminator Terminates. Crouch, Martha L. Jan 1, 1999 4235
Super-bug, meet super-weed. Brief Article Nov 1, 1998 719
Molecular Characterization of Two Triticum speltoides Interstitial Translocations Carrying Leaf Rust and Greenbug Resistance Genes. Duvcovsky, J.; Lukaszewski, A.J.; Echaide, M.; Antonelli, E.F.; Porter, D.R. Nov 1, 1998 4038
Genetically Engineering Elite Oat Cultivars. Torbert, K. A.; Rines, H. W.; Kaeppler, H. F.; Menon, G. K.; Somers, D. A. Nov 1, 1998 2206
Registration of B107, B108, and B109 Inbred Lines of Maize. Hallauer, Arnel R.; Lamkey, Kendall R.; White, Paul R. Nov 1, 1998 1160
A sugarfree beet that tastes just as sweet. Wu, Corinna Brief Article Sep 12, 1998 324
The NIa-proteinase of different plant potyviruses provides specific resistance to viral infection. Fellers, John P.; Collins, Glenn B.; Hunt, Arthur G. Sep 1, 1998 6664
Applications of biotechnology in turfgrass genetic improvement. Chai, Benli; Sticklen, Mariam B. Sep 1, 1998 17680
Power Corrupts ...? Nicholson, Richard H. Sep 1, 1998 841
Colonising the seed: global corporations are engineering the way our food is produced. Scrinis, Gyorgy Aug 1, 1998 3283
A prize pinto, a better bean. Suszkiw, Jan Jul 1, 1998 574
Cah marker gene aids plant transformations. Wood, Marcia Jul 1, 1998 908
Rust busters. O'Neill, Graeme Apr 1, 1998 4064
As transgenic crops improve, farmers see better times ahead in state. Henry, John Mar 23, 1998 1108
Taters for tots provide an edible vaccine. Brief Article Mar 7, 1998 516
Making plants make more food. O'Neill, Graeme Jan 1, 1998 3425
Hypernodulating gene found in soybeans. Lyons-Johnson, Dawn Jan 1, 1998 432
Fooling mother nature. Genetically altered food? What can go wrong? Pennybacker, Mindy Jan 1, 1998 586
New safeguards against glycoalkaloids. Wood, Marcia Dec 1, 1997 888
Sour times for Monsanto Ireland. Doyle, Macdara Dec 1, 1997 1155
A techno-pox upon the land. Ehrenfeld, David Oct 1, 1997 1971
Monsanto's big bio-gene slipup. Sep 22, 1997 592
Aerenchyma: lifelines for living underwater. Comis, Don Aug 1, 1997 2412
No more bananas? Oh, no! Howlett, Lee Ann Jun 1, 1997 447
Eliminating "junk" genes. Brief Article Jun 1, 1997 528
A giant step toward creating better fats. Raloff, Janet May 31, 1997 716
Welcome to the brave new world of bioengineering. Demetrakakes, Pan Cover Story May 1, 1997 3129
Banana vaccines. Goldstein, Debra Brief Article Jan 10, 1997 320
Making genes disappear.... Adler, Tina Brief Article Jan 4, 1997 347
...and virus-resistant genes appear. Brief Article Jan 4, 1997 245
A growing concern. Benson, Susan; Arax, Mark; Burstein, Rachel Jan 1, 1997 3712
Flavor saved? Benson, Susan; Broydo, Leora Jan 1, 1997 819
No way around Roundup. Brokaw, Jeanne; Arax, Mark Jan 1, 1997 1069
Paid protection. Burstein, Rachel Jan 1, 1997 621
Rome summit asks: is food 'right' or 'goal?' (UN World Food Summit, Nov. 13-17, 1996) Dec 6, 1996 487
Humble crop goes high-tech. Brief Article Aug 3, 1996 495
Venture into agricultural science at Disney World. Stanley, Doris Jul 1, 1996 682
Grappling with genetic engineering. Katz, Frances Apr 1, 1996 1121
Allergies to soy would be nutty. Raloff, Janet Brief Article Mar 16, 1996 425
Blue roses? Brief Article Jan 20, 1996 201
'Seeds, who needs 'em?' foresters say. Brief Article Dec 9, 1995 292
Genetic engineering and the grape. Goldfarb, Alan Sep 1, 1995 1978
Biotech "vaccine" protects peanuts. Adams, Sean Aug 1, 1995 613
Citrus bitterness, begone! Wood, Marcia Aug 1, 1995 544
Finding a cure for potato blight. Jun 1, 1995 564
Pharming rubber trees. Lipkin, Richard Brief Article Mar 4, 1995 410
Speeding natural rubber production. Stelljes, Kathryn Barry Mar 1, 1995 345
Freedom II squash: ready for launch. Brief Article Feb 4, 1995 268
The regulation of genetically engineered plants: is Peter Rabbit safe in Mr. McGregor's transgenic vegetable patch? Earp, David J. Oct 1, 1994 14450
Creating shorter, stronger plants. Jun 1, 1994 364
Hormones' effect on plant growth. Jun 1, 1994 449
Tomatoes yield thicker ketchup. Jun 1, 1994 333
Cloning genes that resist disease. Jun 1, 1994 359
Tomato biotechnology heads for the market. Adler, Tina Brief Article May 28, 1994 332
New viruses sprout in high-tech plants. Adler, Tina Brief Article Mar 12, 1994 500
Crop-weed offspring show hardy streak. Adler, Tina Mar 5, 1994 475
From Apples to Zucchini - biotechnology for agriculture. Still, Gerald G. Column Feb 1, 1994 608
Can better barley be bred? Wood, Marcia Feb 1, 1994 1760
Oilseeds get a genetic makeover: re-shaping crops to boost nutritional value and more. Skillicorn, Allen Feb 1, 1994 1977
Genetic engineers create crops. Jan 1, 1994 1978
Developing drought-resistant corn. Dec 1, 1993 307
Jurassic Park meets the food industry. Van Wagner, Lisa R. Dec 1, 1993 902
Keeping tabs on plant viruses and viroids. Becker, Hank Jul 1, 1993 2345
Genetically altered tomatoes don't deserve a rotten deal. Cassidy, Robert Editorial Jun 1, 1993 488
Apomixis: it could revolutionize plant breeding. Adams, Sean Apr 1, 1993 1933
Biotechnology's evolution spurs food revolution. Scher, Marvin Jan 1, 1993 2619
FDA biotech policy: no new rules. Kushner, Gary Jay Jan 1, 1993 890
Taking apart and rebuilding plant genes. De Quattro, Jim Jan 1, 1993 6333
Potato chippers see orange. Corliss, Julie Jun 1, 1992 503
Miracle moss: add water and watch it grow; moss may have genes to make lawns and crops truly drought-tolerant. Comis, Don Jun 1, 1992 611
Bruising in tomatoes. Mazzola, Vince Jun 1, 1992 445
Transgenic cotton scores knockout against worms. De Quattro, Jim Dec 1, 1991 1660
Building a better strawberry. Stanley, Doris Sep 1, 1991 1058
Mothproofing walnut trees of the future. Wood, Marcia Jun 1, 1991 838
Green genes blasted into chloroplasts. Weiss, Rick Nov 10, 1990 499
Please pass the genes: experts weigh worries of engineered ills in new food crops. Wickelgren, Ingrid Aug 19, 1989 3291
New genes for complete-protein beams. Wickelgren, Ingrid May 13, 1989 290
Pesticidal plants face legal hurdle. Wickelgren, Ingrid May 13, 1989 272
Cancer-fighting tobacco plants? Fackelmann, Kathy A. Apr 15, 1989 335
Plant ion-pump gene cloned, sequenced. Wickelgran, Ingrid Mar 4, 1989 406
The revolution will not be fertilized. Weiss, Rick Jan 28, 1989 601
Scientists produce poison-proof plants. Nov 5, 1988 219
Through the eyes of a potato: scientists hunt a better-bred spud, while the earthy vegetable keeps on giving. Edwards, Diane D. Jul 2, 1988 1498
New plants resist herbivores, herbicides. Vaughan, Christopher May 28, 1988 165
Corn yields to genetic tinkering. Vaughan, Christopher Apr 23, 1988 339
RNA satellites confer viral resistance. Weiss, Rick Aug 29, 1987 372

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