The Canadian sense of humor.
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Date: Wed, 15 Nov 100 11:39:14 -0800
Subject: The Canadian sense of humor.
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In the November 4 issue of *New Scientist*, the following item appears
on the last page:
Whatever the rights and wrongs of genetically engineering crops,
one thing is certain: the biotechnology companies and research
organisations certainly misjudged the market when they started
to launch their products.
Can anyone now imagine doing what the Crop Development Centre
at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada did when it brought
out its first genetically modified variety fo flax in 1994? It
gave it the variety name -- CDC Triffid.
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