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Photovoltaics: solar energy resources and the possibility of their use

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Histopathology of Internal Organs of Farm Animals Fed Genetically Modified Corn and Soybean Meal

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The Agricultural Deities of Q ’Eqchi’ Mayas, Tzuultaq’as: Agricultural Rituals as Historical Obligation and Avatar of the Cultural Reservoir in Rural Lanquín , Alta Verapaz, Guatemala

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Effect of Changes in Behaviour on the Heart Rate and its Diurnal Variation in a Male and a Female Eland (Taurotragus oryx)

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The voting systems in the Council of the EU and the Bundesrat – What do they tell us about European Federalism?

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Consumer-Oriented Sales Promotion of Organic Food in Slovakia and the Czech Republic

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Advances in biotechnology: Genomics and genome editing

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Identifying and ascribing the relative significance of introduction pathways for non-native plants into Iceland

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Effect of feeding genetically modified maize and soybean meal to sows on their reproductive traits, haematological indices and offspring performance

proliferation in in vitro cultures. Ann Anim Sci 2011, 11 , 497 - 505. 8. James C.: Global status of commercicalized biotech/GM crops: 2011. ISAAA Brief 2011 no. 43. Ithaca, NY: ISAAA. 9. Khumnirdpetch V., Intarachote U., Treemanee S., Tragoonroong S., Thummabood S.: Detection of GMOs in the broilers that utilized genetically modified soybean meals as a feed ingredient. Plant and Animal Genome, IX Conf., 2001, San Diego, USA, Abstr. 585. 10. Kilic A., Akay M.T.: A three generation study with genetically modified Bt corn in

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Contributions of biotechnology to meeting future food and environmental security needs

Opinion in Biotechnology 2017 44 169 182 33 Potrykus I. “Golden Rice”, a GMO-product for public good, and the consequences of GE-regulation. J of Plant biochemistry and biotechnology 2012; 21S: 68-75. Potrykus I. “Golden Rice”, a GMO-product for public good, and the consequences of GE-regulation J of Plant biochemistry and biotechnology 2012 21S 68 75 34 Golden Rice Project 2017. http://www.goldenrice.org Golden Rice Project 2017 http://www.goldenrice.org 35 Stone GD, Glover D. Disembedding grain: Golden rice, the Green Revolution

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