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TRANSGENIC PLANTS AND WORLD AGRICULTURE CONTENTS     Summary   1     The Need for GM Technology in Agriculture   3     Examples of GM Technology That Would Benefit World Agriculture   7     Transgenic Plants and Human Health and Safety   15     Transgenic Plants and the Environment   19     Funds for Research on Transgenic Crops—The Balance Between Public and Private Sector   23     Capacity Building   27     Intellectual Property   29     References   35     Membership of Working Group and Methodology   39

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