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One by-product of phytoextraction is the recovery of valuable metals from the metal-rich ash, which serves as a source of revenue and offsets the expense of remediation, which often requires many cropping cycles to reduce metal concentrations to acceptable levels. As a plant-based technology, the success of phytoextraction is inherently dependent upon proper plant selection. Plants used for phytoextraction must be fast growing and have the ability to accumulate large quantities of environmentally important metal contaminants in their shoot tissue or leaf.
This is especially so when the returns to investment in agriculture do not compare as favorably as with pharmaceuticals. On the other side of the argument is fear that patenting will lead to monopolization of knowledge, restricted access to germplasm, controls over the research process, selectivity in research focus, and increasing marginalization of the majority of the world’s population (Serageldin, 1999). The new developments in biotechnology and information technology have forced a reexamination of the traditional roles of the public sector relative to the private.
China has always been one of the major players in the Asian biofuel scene. The Chinese government has consistently attached great importance to new and renewable sources of energy development and utilization. qxd 24 6/20/2008 11:09 AM Page 24 Bioscience Entrepreneurship in Asia national energy strategies. The government of India has also given high priority to the development of renewable energy. Energy crops are important to long-term energy strategies because they can be expanded to significantly shift the pattern of world energy supply.