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Buttel, Frederick H.; Goodman, Robert M., Editor
Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters
ISSN 0084-0505
volume 89
Madison, Wisconsin: Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters, 2001

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Contents

[Front cover] Of frankenfoods and golden rice: risks, rewards, and realities of genetically modified foods

[Title page] Of frankenfoods and golden rice: risks, rewards, and realities of genetically modified foods

Contents

From the Wisconsin Academy, Goodman, Michael pp. i-iii ff.

Introduction to the scientific, political, and ethical dialogue on genetically modified organisms, Buttel, Frederick H.; Goodman, Robert M. pp. 1-13 ff.

Telling the story, Charles, Daniel pp. 15-23 ff.

Ending world hunger: the promise of biotechnology and the threat of antiscience zealotry, Borlaug, Norman E. pp. 25-34

Questioning biotechnology's claims and imagining alternatives, Kirschenmann, Frederick pp. 35-61 ff.

The genetically modified organism and genetically modified foods debates: why ethics matters, Burkhardt, Jeffrey pp. 63-82

Biotechnology and agriculture: a skeptical perspective, Ruttan, Vernon W. pp. 83-92

Biodiversity and bioprospecting: conflicting worldviews, Knowles, Lori P. pp. 93-102

Biotechnology and genetically modified foods: the role of environmental journalists, Manning, Richard pp. 103-107 ff.

Adoption of agricultural biotechnology by Wisconsin farmers: recent evidence, Barham, Bradford L. pp. 109-120

Don't ask, don't tell: U. S. policy on labeling of genetically engineered foods, Zepeda, Lydia pp. 121-130

Off the farm: transportation, storage, and handling issues, Petty, John pp. 131-134

University ownership of patents: the Bayh-Dole Act and using patents for the public good, Gulbrandsen, Carl E.; Bremer, Howard W. pp. 135-143 ff.

Appendix: Fall Forum 2000 agenda, pp. 145-147 ff.

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