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Transgenic trees may improve the efficiency of pulp production without detrimental environmental and ecological effects, according to new results from field trials.

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  1. Vincent L. Chiang is the director of the Plant Biotechnology Research Center at the School of Forestry, Michigan Technological University, Houghton, MI 49931-1295 vchiang@mtu.edu.

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