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 Innovative Biological Technologies for  Lesser Developed Countries
July 1985
NTIS order #PB86-121738
 
Recommended Citation:
 Innovative Biological Technologies for Lesser Developed Countries— Workshop Pro-
ceedings
(Washington, DC: U.S. Congress, Office of Technology Assessment, OTA-
13P-F-29,
July
1985).
Library of Congress Catalog Card Number
85-600550
For sale by the Superintendent of DocumentsU.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402
 
Preface
Oversight of the Agency for International Development (AID) is the responsi-bility of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs. In 1980, under Chairman Cle-ment Zablocki, the Committee requested the Food and Renewable ResourcesProgram of the congressional Office of Technology Assessment (OTA) to reviewinnovative biological technologies that AID could use to help lesser developed coun-tries (LDCs) enhance the productivity of their soils, reduce their need for costlychemical fertilizers, and increase food supplies,In response to the committee’s request, OTA hosted a workshop that broughttogether some 40 leading scientists, AID representatives, and congressional andexecutive branch staff for 2 days of presentations and discussions on November24 and 25, 1980 (see attendees list). On the first day of the workshop each scientistpresented a paper about innovative biological technologies and responded to ques-tions. The second day was devoted to discussing AID and its role in using, promot-ing, and developing innovative biological technologies, Chapters I and II of thisreport summarize those two days of discussion. Chapters III through XII containthe scientific papers that were presented at the workshop.These Workshop Proceedings were first released by the Committee on ForeignAffairs in 1981. Continued requests for copies of the proceedings spurred thisreprinting. Although the papers have been edited slightly for style, they have notbeen updated, OTA wishes to thank the authors of the papers, the other workshopparticipants, reviewers, and the many people worldwide who have requested copies.

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