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This book offers a full discussion of the issues surrounding bovine somatotropin (BST) and a comprehensive review of research findings on the probable consequences of BST, highlighting what is currently known and unknown about this technology.
This book contributes to 1995 policymaking by offering information concerning an array of issues fundamentally important to the U.S. agricultural and food sector. It reviews a set of policy approaches for dealing with these issues, and assesses trade-offs among these alternative approaches.
Bovine somatotropin, or bST, a growth hormone genetically engineered to increase milk production in dairy cows, highlights the controversial issues of biotechnology and its widespread use. Focusing on the problems inherent in new and radically different technologies, this book develops a methodology for examining bST and other biotechnological dev