Staple crops biofortified with increased vitamins and minerals: considerations for a public health strategy

M.N. Garcia-Casal, J.P. Peña-Rosas, B. Giyose, A. Bechoff, D. Blancquaert, E. Birol, H. Bouis, H. Boukerdenna, E. Boy, N. Brunoro, I. Cakmak, S. Calkins, E. Centeno-Tablante, A. Crole-Rees, O. Dary, H. De Steur, A. Dubock, J. Fanzo, E. Fernandes-Nilson, S. GlassH. Gomez-Malave, E. Goncalves, J. Haas, L. Oduori, L. Hussein, K. Lividini, J. Low, B. Maziya-Dixon, G. Manos, M. McLean, J. Meerman, S. Mehta, L. Mejia, A. Mesle, J. Mendoza, M. Moursi, J. Mufandaedza, N. Onuegbu, A. Oparinde, H. Pachon, W. Pfeiffer, D. Piñero, R. Ravindhran, D. Rupp, H. Stampini, S. Tanumihardjo, C. Termote, J. Tohme, D. Van Der Straeten, G. Zamora

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)3-13
JournalAnnals of the New York Academy of Sciences
Volume1390
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2017
Externally publishedYes

Keywords

  • biofortification
  • staple crops
  • micronutrient deficiency
  • public health

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