Faster progress in plant biology research could benefit agriculture, the environment, medicine, and our understanding of basic biological processes. This book clearly and directly describes the impediments to greater achievements in plant science and suggests solutions.
It presents an innovative plan that would create a comprehensive federal system of management and financial support for plant biology research and training.
Table of Contents
|1 WHY PLANT BIOLOGY RESEARCH TODAY?||13-20|
|2 FEDERAL MANAGEMENT AND SUPPORT||21-36|
|3 FINDINGS AND CONCLUSIONS||37-42|
|INFORMATION ON COMMITTEE MEMBERS||65-68|
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