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agricultural science

[¦ag·rə¦kəl·chə·rəl ′sī·əns]
(agriculture)
A discipline dealing with the selection, breeding, and management of crops and domestic animals for more economical production.
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It is intended to promote the responsible management of agricultural biotechnology, the continued adoption of plant biotechnology globally, and the enhanced value of biotech-derived plant products in the marketplace.
23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Agricultural Biotechnology in US$ Million by the following Groups/Segments: Transgenic Seeds/Crops (Soybean, Corn, Cotton, & Others), and Biopesticides.
International Consumers for Civil Society (ICCS) and Consumer Alert have published four papers dealing with some of the important issues relating to modern agricultural biotechnology.
BIO also congratulates Chief Agricultural Negotiator Richard Crowder and his staff for negotiating a separate understanding on several agricultural biotechnology issues.
Agricultural biotechnology is helping to increase corn yields, while industrial biotechnology is helping to convert corn starch and crop residues into ethanol more efficiently.
Compugen has established an agricultural biotechnology affiliate - Evogene, and a small-molecule drug discovery affiliate - Keddem Bioscience.
In addition to providing research reagents and equipment to the life science market, Takara Bio has active research and product development activities in the fields of gene and cell-based therapy, and agricultural biotechnology.
Visiongain identifies in monetary terms the following submarkets of food security technologies: agricultural biotechnology, crop protection solutions (chemical tools); nanotechnologies; modern irrigation practices, fertilisers, mechanisation and other technologies.
WASHINGTON -- The Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) and the Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA) today entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to cooperate for the continued adoption of agricultural biotechnology in the Americas as part of IICA's Hemispheric Biosafety and Biotechnology Program (HBBP).
Burrill & Company is a life sciences merchant bank focused exclusively on companies involved in biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, diagnostics, devices, human healthcare and related medical technologies, nutraceuticals and wellness, agricultural biotechnology, and industrial biotechnology (biomaterials/bioprocesses) with over $850 million under management.
Table 11: Global Market for Agricultural Biotechnology

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