First the Seed: The Political Economy of Plant Biotechnology, 1492-2000
Science, agriculture, and social change; The genetic foundation of American agriculture; Public science ascendant: plant breeding comes of age; Heterosis and the social division of labor; Plant breedrs' rights and the social division of labor: historical perspective; Seeds of struggle: plant genetic resources in the world system; Outdoing evolution: biotechnology, botany, and business; Directions for deploument.
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The genetic foundation of American agriculture
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Heterosis and the social division of labor
Plant breeders rights and the social division
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