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|Series||Serie Medio ambiente y desarrollo -- 132, Serie Medio ambiente y desarrollo (United Nations. Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean) -- 132|
|Contributions||United Nations. Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean. Sustainable Development and Human Settlements Division|
|LC Classifications||QH541.15.B56 S36 2007|
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|Pagination||68 p. :|
|Number of Pages||68|
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This case study focuses on a system of registry of collective knowledge in Peru. Potential use of genetic resources and their by-products Bioprospecting project actors.
Six Case Studies in Latin America and the Caribbean: Actual or potential use of three by-products of biological resources 69 3. Main national and foreign stakeholders 70 4.
Contractual agreements for the development of by-products 71 Scope and status of activities 82 Chronology of the expedition led by J. Craig Venter The Latin America and the Caribbean region is particularly well placed to both contribute and benefit from the emerging bioeconomy.
The region is well known for its immense wealth of natural. Biotechnology has the potential to help improve food production in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), a continent where agriculture plays a dominant role in peoples' lives and in trade.
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In this chapter we will focus on medicinal plants used for salient issues in the context of gynaecology, andrology and urology in Latin America, the Caribbean, Sub-Sahara Africa and South and. MSW is defined as any waste generated by household, commercial, and/or institutional activities and usually it is not hazardous (Mani and Bharagava, ; Kumari et al., ; Goutam et al., ).
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Most of the sea cucumber exports from the Latin America and the Caribbean regions are from Peru (%) followed by Ecuador (%), Chile (%) and Cuba (%). About % of sea cucumber exports are derived from countries where either this fishery is banned such as Panama and Costa Rica or have no proper record (Colombia).
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