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|Description:||236 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm|
|Contents:||INTRODUCTION AND THEORY Introduction: Background and Project Objectives Crop Differentiation - Self-Pollinated Crops versus Cross-Pollinated Basics of an Identity-Preserved (IP) System APPLICATION A Complete Value-Chain IP System Mechanics and Economics of IP Systems Inspections, Sampling, and Testing Verification and Documentation Requirements Third-Party Inspection, Testing, and Verification SEPARATE RELATED TOPICS Innovations in IP Implications for Each Value-Chain Level Scenarios Regarding the Demand for IP Crops GMO: Genetically Modified Organisms Country Requirements for Importation Existing IP Systems APPENDICES AND GLOSSARY Seed Certifying Agencies AOSCA Summary of IP Services Organizations Related to IP Acronyms Used in Agriculture and World Trade Adventitious Pollen Intrusion into Hybrid Maize Seed Production Fields - A Research Paper with Analysis and Interpretation for Application to Identity-Preserved Systems Glossary|
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