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In the Library: Articles

Anon. "Leaked phytera contract prompts accusations of biopiracy," Outlook on Agriculture 25,4 (12/96):169.

Brower, V. "From human rights to the human genome: stopping biopiracy," Nature Medicine 3,10 (10/97):1056.

Fenwick, S. "Bioprospecting or biopiracy?" Drug Discovery Today 3,9 (9/98):399-402.

Khor, M. "Third World: the worldwide fight against biopiracy," Race & Class 37,3 (1-3/96):73-77.

Nash, R.J. "Who benefits from biopiracy?" Phytochemistry 56,5 (3/01):403-5.

Ready, T. "'Biopiracy' issue stops research," Nature Medicine 8,1 (2/02):9.

Silva, M. "Bioresources & 'biopiracy' in Brazil," Science (5/1/98):657.

Verma, I.M. "Biopiracy: distrust widens the rich-poor divide," Molecular Therapy 5,2 (2/02):95.

Weinberg, Bill. “Bio-piracy in Chiapas,” Nation (8/20-27/01): 23.

In the Library: Non-Fiction Books:

Shiva, Vandana. Biopiracy: The Plunder of Nature & Knowledge (Boston, 1997).

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