Food: The growing problem

  title={Food: The growing problem},
  author={Declan Butler},
  • D. Butler
  • Published 2010
  • Economics, Medicine
  • Nature
Introgression and genetic mapping of leaf rust and stripe rust resistance in Aegilops triuncialis
To understand the nature and inheritance of LR and YR resistance genes and to map their genomic location, F 2 and F 2:3 mapping populations were developed by crossing ILtri with WL711(NN).
The Ethics of Consumption
This chapter seeks to discuss this opinion and attempts to understand the process of consumption.
From the Challenges Imposed by Climate Change to the Preservation of Ecosystem Processes and Services
Today, especially in countries that offer a satisfactory quality of life, it is easy to forget that we depend directly and indirectly on services provided by ecosystems such as quantity and quality
Development of Value-Added Products from Food Wastes
Waste can contain many reusable substances of high value. Biological wastes contain several reusable substances of high value such as soluble sugars and fiber. Direct disposal of such wastes to soil
Global Assessments and Guidelines for Sustainable Liquid Biofuel Production in Developing Countries : Final report
The Global Environment Facility (GEF) aims to set clear policies and priorities for future work and investments in biofuel related projects and to provide guidance to countries on how to select
Seeds, recombinant DNA and biodiversity
  • E. Rech
  • Biology
    Seed Science Research
  • 2012
Genetically modified-derived crops, including commodities and non-commodities, may contribute to establishing a new parameter in the agricultural, pharmaceutical and industrial sectors.
Worldwide agriculture is facing many challenges. A fast growing world population, a changing climate and an increasing need for sustainability call for immediate solutions to guarantee environmental,
Total and per capita value of food loss in the United States