Unnatural Selection: Technology, Politics and Plant Evolution is the first full-length study to focus entirely on the historical development of the control and ownership of living materials. Moving from a detailed consideration of property rights in the United States, Cary Fowler explores current efforts to create globally applicable mechanisms. As struggles continue over the precious resources to sustain life, it is increasingly important to understand the dynamics of the choices being made and to become more knowledgeable actors in the shaping of these choices.
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This work will serve as the basic grounding for the future discussion of biodiversity/property rights of living organisms. It brings important new material that allows for new ways of thinking.
–Cornelia Flora of Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University
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