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Politics and economics of genetic diversity


, : Politics and economics of genetic diversity. Diversity 1(3): 17-18

The technical and institutional challenges, the financial problems, the political ramifications and the need for improvements in international communication are considered in relation to the conservation of world genetic resources.

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