Biofortification: Progress toward a more nourishing future

@inproceedings{Saltzman2013BiofortificationPT,
  title={Biofortification: Progress toward a more nourishing future},
  author={Amy Saltzman and Ekin Birol and Howarth E. Bouis and Erick Boy and Fabiana F. de Moura and Yassir Islam and Wolfgang H. Pfeiffer},
  year={2013}
}
Biofortification, the process of breeding nutrients into food crops, provides a sustainable, long-term strategy for delivering micronutrients to rural populations in developing countries. Crops are being bred for higher levels of micronutrients using both conventional and transgenic breeding methods; several conventional varieties have been released, while additional conventional and transgenic varieties are in the breeding pipeline. The results of efficacy and effectiveness studies, as well as… CONTINUE READING

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