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Marker Assisted Selection

MAS, WHAT IS IT?
MAS (Marker Assisted Selection) is a technique which accelerates and simplifies the selection of the best characteristics of a plant by a series of cross-breeding. It is based on the principle that biological diversity within the same species makes it possible to match sexually compatible varieties with those which are exploited commercially, thereby enhancing particular characteristics.

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PARTICIPATORY RESEARCH AND THE USE OF “SOFT” BIOTECHNOLOGY IN THE AGRO-FOOD SECTOR: A POSSIBLE ANSWER TO GMO
By Fabrizio Fabbri, Scientific Director (Genetic Rights Foundation)

The environmental and socio-economic crises, which characterise the present and will undoubtedly shape the future, offer great opportunities for scientific research and innovation technology.
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Who We are

The Genetic Rights Foundation was set up to promote research and communication concerning biotechnology. Established in 2007 as a result of the activity of the Genetic Rights Council, it aims to promote and organize independent scientific research and social communication on the theme of biotechnological innovation, focusing in particular on environmental and social implications
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"TOWARDS A WORLD PARLIAMENT"

mario capannaSpeech by Mario Capanna, President of the Genetic Rights Foundation, at the 10th Doha Forum on Democracy and Free Trade, Qatar, 31st May-2nd June 2010.

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The artificial genome: between science and ethics

dnaIt can’t yet be called artificial life but it is the nearest thing to date. Synthia is the first living organism which has had its genome prepared in the laboratory, then transferred into a DNA-less bacterial cell and which, as such, has taken “command” and has given life to other bacterial colonies all containing the synthetic DNA.

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