Prospects for biotechnology in a resource-limited world

E. L. Gaden
1980 Pure and Applied Chemistry  
It is certainly unnecessary, before this audience, to discuss the nature and extent or recount the history of the resource problems which now face the industrialized world. In little more than a century of intense -and frequently wasteful -industrial development, material resources accumulated
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