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Report of the Commission on Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture‚??s 18th Regular Session,,
Posted by: Prof. Dr. M. Raupp (IP Logged)
Date: December 30, 2021 01:24PM

The 18th Regular Session of the Commission
on Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture (CGRFA) took place
2021 in a virtual format.

For the agenda item on ‚??Review of the work
on biotechnologies for the conservation and sustainable use of
genetic resources for food and agriculture‚?Ě, the CGRFA considered
a working document on ‚??Biotechnologies for the sustainable use and
conservation of genetic resources for food and agriculture‚?Ě
(document number CGRFA-18/21/6) and took note of an information
document on ‚??Recent developments in biotechnologies relevant to
the characterization, sustainable use and conservation of genetic
resources for food and agriculture‚?Ě (CGRFA-18/21/6/Inf.1).

For the agenda item on ‚??‚??Digital sequence
information‚?? on genetic resources for food and agriculture‚?Ě, the
CGRFA considered a working document on ‚??Digital sequence
information on genetic resources for food and agriculture:
Innovation opportunities, challenges and implications‚?Ě
(CGRFA-18/21/5).

The report and working documents of the
meeting (in Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish)
are available at
[www.fao.org].
The CGRFA is an intergovernmental body established by the FAO
Conference in 1983, whose Members include 178 countries and the
European Union. It provides the only permanent forum for
governments to specifically discuss and negotiate matters relevant
to biological diversity for food and agriculture, including all
plant, animal, forest, aquatic, micro-organism and invertebrate
genetic resources for food and agriculture. It normally holds one
regular session each biennium.

Agricultural
Biotechnologies: News (fao.org)



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