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«Biotechnology-Assisted Participatory Plant Breeding: Complement or Contradiction? PPB Monograph No. 3 Ann Mane Thro and Charlie Spillane 1 7 ...»

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• Contributors to this Publication The following people went out of their way to comment on the initia!

outline of this paper:

E. Acheampong, Univ. of Ghana; M. Altieri, Univ. California Berkeley, USA; M. Altmann, Switzerland; J. Ashby, CIAT; J. Barton, Stanford Univ., USA; Y. Baguma, NARO, Uganda; W. Beversdorf, Novartis; S. Beebe, CIAT; R. Bertrarn, USAID, USA; S. Bickersteth, DFID, UK; M. Bellón, CIMMYT; P. T. Binh, Inst. Agricultural Sciences, Vietnam; M. Bonierbale, CIP, Peru; W. deBcer, ePRO, DLO, Netherlands; C. Borrota, Centro de Bioplantas, Cuba; L. T. Binh, Institute of Biotechnology, Vietnam; H. Caballero, Univ. Tec. Manabi, Ecuador; M. Cantley, OECD, France; B. Castillo, Min. de Agricultura, Rep. Dominicana; J. Chambers, Monsanto; A. Clarke, Univ. of Melbourne, Australia; L. Chiwona-Karltun, Swedish Agrie. Univ.;

P. Christou, John Innes Centre, UK; G. Clark, Indiana University, USA;

L. Cockroft, Gatsby Foundation, UK; J. Cohen, IBS/lSNAR;

R. Dalouman, UFR de Biosciences, Cóte d'Ivoire; J. DeVries, Rockefeller Foundation, Kenya; A. Ebert, GTZ (Ghana); F. Engelmann, IPGRI; P. Eyzaguirre, IPGRI; H. Feldstein, lnternational Center for Research on Women; D. Fischl, UC Davis, USA; M. Fregene, CIAT;

W. Fukuda, CNPMFfEMBRAPA, Brazil; M. Finstrom, American Barnboo Society, USA; M. Gale, John Innes Centre, UK;

M. Gallo-Meagher, University of Florida, USA; R. Gerster, Arbeitsgemeinschaft SwissaidfFastenopfer fBrot fu er a1lefHelvetasf Caritas, Switzerland; M. Greeley, Institute of Development Studies, UK;

A. Gupta, Indian Institute of Management, India; R. Geetha, MSSRF, India; I. Guijt, IIEO, UK; J. Gressel, Wei ssmann Institute, Israel;

H. Gridley, CIAT; G. Henshaw, Univ. Bath, UK; S. Harnon, ORSTOM, France; L. E. Herazo, ANPPY, Colombia; W. Hiemstra, ILEIA, Netherlands; D. Hoisington, CIMMYT; R. Howeler, CIAT; S. Hittalmani, India; R. Horsch, Monsanto; C. Iglesias, Weaver Popcorn (fonnerly CIAT); S. E. lntriago, ATAPY·San Vicente, Ecuador; C. Ives, Michigan State UniversityfUSAID, USA; M. Iwanaga, IPRGI; R. Jefferson, CAMBIA; M. A. Jorge, Univ. Zimbabwe; R. Kapinga, Min. of Agriculture, Tanzania; H.L. Karamagi, Novartis Foundation, Switzerland;

O. Kaeppeli, BATS, Switzerland; A. de Kathen, Univ, Hannover, Germany; J. Komen, IBS/lSNAR; R. Knapp, CIAT; Q. Kubicek, USDA, USA; G. LeClerc, CIAT; K, Leisinger, Novartis Foundation;

J. Lewis, USAID, USA; Z. Lentini, CIAT; J. Lewis, USAID, USA;

M. Loevinsohn, ISNAR; K. Longley, Univ. College, London, UK;

J. Lynam, Rockefeller Foundation; S. McGuire, Working Group on Technology and Agrarian Development (TAO), Agric. Un.iv. Wageningen;

Netherlands; Una Murray, G~nder Consultant, Switzerland; V. Masan,

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NARC, Kenya; A. B. Molina, Philippines; A. Muimba-Kankolongo, Zambia; S. Y. C. Ng, liTA; G. W. Otim-Nape, NARO, Uganda;

Y. Nishikawa, Japan; G. M. Paz, Universidad Industrial de Santander, Colombia; C. A. Pérez, CARE, USA; M. l. Plata, INTA- EEA Concorrua, Argentina; S. Poats, FLACSO, Ecuador; l. Potrykus, ETH-Z, Swil2erland;

C. S. Prakash, Tuskeegee Univ., USA; J. Pretty, IlED, UK; D. Pagliano, INlA Las Brujas, Uruguay; A. Pereira, Univ. of Wageningen,. Netherlands; C. QUalset, Univ. California Davis, USA; C. Quiroz, VERS IK, Venezuela; B. M. Reed, USDA, USA; J. M. Ribaut, CIMMYT;

P. Richards, TAO, TCT, Agric. Univ. Wageningen, Netherlands;

Ray Riley, Pianeer Hi-Bred Intemational; W. Roca, CIAT; D. Rocheleau, Clarke Univ., USA; S. Rodriguez, INIVIT, Min. of AgricuIture, Cuba;

N. Roling, Agríe. Univ. Wageningen, Netberlands; H. Rosling. Karolinska Inst., Sweden; M. J. Sampaio, EMBRAPA, Brazil; L. Sanint, CIAT;

K. Schmidt, Novartis Foundation; G. Second, ORSTOM, France;

S. Sharrock, INIBAP; U. J. Siregar, CGIAR, Indonesia; M. Smith, ComelI Univ., USA; R. Smith, USA; S. Smith, Pioneer Hi-Bred International;

L. Sperling, SWP/PRGA (CIAT); S. Sriwatanapongse, BIOTEC, Thailand ;

M. Stanton, USDA, USA; M. A. Subroto, Centre for Biotechnology, Indonesia; J. Sumberg, U. of East Anglia, UK; A. Sutherland, NRI, UK;

K. Tarnminga, DGIS, Netherlands; M. Taylor, Univ. ofWestern Samoa, Samoa; P. Tennant, University ofthe West lndies, Jamaica; G. Thiele, GTZ (Bolivia); J. Tohme, CIAT; S. Torres, Universidad de Costa Rica, Costa Rica; R. Tripp, 001, UK; G. Twtzos, UNIDO, Austria; N. Uyen, Inst. Tropical Biology, Vietnam; B. Visser, CPRO, DLO, Netherlands;

R Visser, Agric. Univ. Wageningen, Netherlands; F. Wambugu, ISAAA Africenter; J. Wekundah, ETC, Kenya; E. Weltzien, ICARDA;

B. Weiskopf, GTZ, Germany; L. Withers, IPGRI, Italy; D. Wood, Consultant, UK; T. Ximenes, Federal University of Para-Brazll, Brazil;

R. Zirnmerman, USDA, USA; M. J. Zimmermann, FAD.

A special thanks is also extended to readers of the first draft, inclucting Donald Duvick, Iowa, USA; Esbern Friis-Hansen, CDR, Copenhagen, Denmark; Masa Iwanaga, IPORI, Rome, Italy;

Janice Jiggins, Swedish University of Agricultural Scienccs; Calestous Juma, CID, Harvard University, USA; Maria Jose Sampaio, EMPRAPA, Brazil; Louise Sperling, SWP-PRGA, CGIAR; Alis tair Sutherland, NRI, UK; Louk de la Rive Box, ECPDM, Netherlands, and John Witcombe, University of Sangor, Wales. Their thoughtful cornments greatly improved the first draft. Their inputs reminded us that this paper is still a preliminary attempt at understanding the issues raised by the concept of small-scale, farmer-friendly biotechnology.

The authors also wish to thank Simon Chater of Green Ink Ltd., UK, for taking a difficult paper in hand on a tight schedule. If the finished work is at an readable, this is due to the discipline imposed by an editor well versed in agricultural development issu es and expert in his eraft.

The authors, however, retain [ull responsibility for any omissions or errors in the texto List of Acronyms and Abbreviations Used in the Text

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International Development Research Centre 10RC (Canad.) International Fund for Agricultural Development lFAO lntemationaJ Federation of Organic Agriculture lFOAM Movements lntemational Food Policy Research Tnstitute lFPRI Infonnation Service for Low-extemal-inpul Agriculture lLElA International Laboratory for Tropical Agricultura lLTAB

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