Examines the slave/slave owner mode of production in ancient agrarian societies.
This paper is an extensive discussion of genetic modification (GM) of food, also known as genetic engineering, genetic manipulation, gene technology, and recombinant DNA technology, which is the most recent application of biotechnology to food.
This paper discusses Mexico with special reference to its unique highland-lowland geography and its agriculture: Political, farming, watershed, crops, volcanoes, Gulf Coast and productivity.
An explanation of the causes and treatments of NSH.
An outline of the arguments for and against genetically modified crops.
Examines the economic ramifications of this cattle disease.
An overview of the environment and development of Mesopotamia and Ancient Egypt.
This paper discusses ‘farmaceuticals’, the application of the most advanced biotechnology to the most basic methods of agriculture, hence ‘farming’.
This essay discusses the scientific, economic and social implications of genetically modified food to feed a hungry world.
An analysis of the protea, the national flower of South Africa.