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This index presents a list of terms that are mentioned in the book The Intersection of International Law, Agricultural Biotechnology, and Infectious Disease. Agricultural applications provide the most practical uses of current advances in biotechnology, which have the potential for significant impact if agricultural producers worldwide begin using biotechnology techniques. Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) offer significant benefits to global society in the areas of agricultural improvements, environmental management facilitation, biodiversity conservation, sustainable development promotion, and increased human health protection. The book examines the current global and regional legal frameworks and perspectives for infectious disease and genetically modified organisms (GMOs), and outlines possible options for future efforts at regulation.

Keywords: agricultural biotechnology; biodiversity conservation; genetically modified organisms (GMOs); international law



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