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📙 Biotechnology in Latin America: politics, impacts, and risks by N. Patrick Peritore, Ana Karina Galve-Peritore — free epub


The different challenges posed by the growth of biotechnology have been keenly felt in Latin America. This work examines how biotechnology can be made to serve developing nations rather than provide another route for exploitation by First-World industry.

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