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Agriculture and Biodiversity Loss: Genetic Engineering and the Second Agricultural Revolution

Author: T.S. Cox, W. Jackson

Publication: Life on Earth: An Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, Ecology, and Evolution, Niles Eldredge (Ed,), 2002, pp. 96-99.

Genetic engineering has many and varied effects on biodiversity, but its likely long-term result will be a decrease in genetic variability of crops and other species.

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