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Vol. 25 No. 5
September-October 2003

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Biodiversity: Biomolecular Aspects of Biodiversity and Innovative Utilization

B. Sener (editor)

Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, 2002 ISBN 0-306-47477-8

This proceedings of the 3rd IUPAC International Conference on Biodiversity discusses the value of bioresources and the need for their conservation in terms of the biomolecular chemistry of naturally occurring molecular systems. The development of pharmaceutical, agricultural, and industrial products from bioresources can be used to promote incentives for conservation by providing an economic return to sustainable use of those sources. The 54 chapters document the search for new species and how much of life remains to be scientifically identified. The proceedings identifies strategies and methods, and their implications, in protecting biodiversity. In summary, biomolecular aspects of biodiversity and innovative utilization of bioresources are discussed from very diverse points of view, ranging from their botanical, zoological, taxonomic, and genomic expressions to their biomolecular, structural, mechanistic, and functional aspects.

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