Activity of a maize ubiquitin promoter in transgenic rice by Maria-Jesfis Cornejo 1., Diane Luth 2, Kathleen M.

By Maria-Jesfis Cornejo 1., Diane Luth 2, Kathleen M. Blankenship 3, Olin D. Anderson and Ann E. Blechl

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USA: 1900 Frost Road, Suite 101, Bristol, PA 19007, USA. O. Box 6025, 83 Gilles Street, Adelaide, SA 5000, Australia. Copyright © 1992 Roy N. Pedersen All rights reserved. No part of this work may be reproduced in any form or by any means without permission in writing from the publisher. Typeset by Photographics, Honiton, Devon. Printed and bound in Great Britain by WBC Print Ltd, Bridgend. Page 5 Contents Foreword 6 Preface 7 Acknowledgements 8 Dedication 9 Introduction 10 Unity and Diversity 10 The European Spirit 11 Many Tongues 11 The Struggle for Democracy 12 A Territorial Kaleidoscope 16 The Heraldic Legacy 19 The Flags 20 The 100 Nations 20 Northern Enlightenment The Scandinavian Lands 22 Britannia Overruled The British Isles 31 The Low Countries Benelux 41 Old Gaul The French Lands 47 The Iberian Peninsula Spain and Portugal 58 The Fatherland Germany 68 Europe's Backbone The Alpine Lands 89 Rome's Legacy The Italian Peninsula 94 The Western Slavs Poland and Czechoslovakia 103 The Byzantine Inheritance South-East Europe 108 Soviet Transformation The Former USSR in Europe 122 Variations on a Theme 133 Eastern European Minorities 133 Dispersed Minorities 133 Nomadic Peoples 134 The Division of Cyprus 134 Alternative Developments 135 Towards a New Europe 137 Appendices 1.

Bishops crowned kings and the Church as inheritor of Roman law laid down the rules and discipline of inter-state behaviour. Although the western Roman Empire had been swept away, the eastern Byzantine Empire based in Constantinople was to continue for many centuries, and with it the Church, but following the eastern Orthodox rather than western Roman tradition. As these two traditions consolidated their influence throughout much of Europe, Islam emerged to threaten the Christian hegemony. By the early 8th century most of Spain had fallen to the Muslims.

Not all governments are yet so enlightened but the pressure for change is becoming irresistible. Modern methods and media facilitate language learning as never before. A multilingual future is undoubtedly a key to the new European renaissance. Lest is be feared that linguistic pluralism on this scale could reduce Europe to an incomprehensible Babel, there is, as in other aspects of the evolving new Europe, a compensating factor: Euro-English, an international lingua franca, distilled from text-book usage in England and America and blended with advertising and pop jargon.

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