By Chittaranjan Kole, Timothy C. Hall
V. 1. Transgenic cereals and forage grasses -- v. 2. Transgenic oilseed plants -- v. three. Transgenic legume grains and forages -- v. four. Transgenic temperate end result and nuts -- v. five. Transgenic tropical and subtropical culmination and nuts -- v. 6. Transgenic vegetable vegetation -- v. 7. Transgenic sugar, tuber and fiber vegetation -- v. eight. Transgenic plantation plants, ornamentals and turf grasses -- v. nine. Transgenic wooded area tree species -- v. 10. Cumulative index
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