Future of Green Biotechnology in China

Date: October 1, 2009
Pages: 131
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Future of Green Biotechnology in China
This report is the unique and latest one available in the world to provide good understanding about Green Biotechnology (GB) in China and to find out business opportunities in this field. The first edition of this report is finished soon in October 2009.

Green biotechnology (GB) is mainly based on genetically modified technology and fermentation technology. Over the last thirty years, China’s GB industry has been developing stably. Chinese scientists have applied biotechnology techniques to develop many novel crop varieties that are suited to local farming conditions and can cope with challenges. More and more products in agriculture have adopted biotechnology, and production scale has been enlarged. Increasing use of green biotechnology in agricultural production can bring a lot of benefits.

Driven by its substantial benefits for people, environment and economy, China’s GB industry has witnessed fast development and has played an increasingly important role in Chinese economic growth. However, the overall development of China’s GB industry remains in growth stage, and still has an enormous gap compared with developed countries.

This report provides detailed information and systematic data from perspectives of production, market, high level overview, future forecast and opportunities on the sub-categories such as genetic-modified crops, bio-pesticides, bio-fertilizers, bio-feeds, transgenic animals, animal vaccines, bio-reactors, etc.

- Reasons to carry out this research
- Green biotechnology represents agriculture’s development trend
- Government encourages Biotechnology R&D and applications in agriculture
- Increasing concern over food safety
- Supply shortage of food and energy
- Huge opportunities

What is covered?

- Sub-categories of green biotechnologies in China: Genetically modified crops, bio-pesticides, bio-fertilizer, biological veterinary medicine, biological feeds, plant/animal bioreactors, etc.
- For all the sub-categories, market data, major players, technical suppliers, technologies or R&D situations are included. Over 30 GB-related products falling in the sub-categories mentioned above are summarized specifically.
- Overview of China’s green biotechnology: A higher level analysis and summary
- Future prospects of each category of green biotechnologies; Key influencing factors and commercial opportunities
- Opportunities and recommendations
- Profiles of major players and research institutes
- Related policies and regulations

What benefits one will get?

- Gain a clear understanding of the industry landscape and latest developments in R&D, production, technology advancement and future trends in China’s green biotechnology
- Precisely position development stages of key GB products or sub-categories in China based on basic data and latest infomation
- Acquire reasonable and constructive suggestions on market opportunities in China’s GB fields
- Get a thorough analysis of the marketplace for green biotechnology in China, current trends and future growth prospects
- Know more about how innovative players and research groups are conducting innovation, collaboration and achieving commercial success in China


Scientific methodologies and varieties of data sources are adopted to ensure credibility.

Major steps adopted to formulize this report:

Desk research
Telephone interviews with GB producers and GB researchers
Email and on-line tools adopted to communicate with players/researchers
Series of internal discussions in order to analyze the data and draw conclusions
Report generation

The data collected and compiled were sourced from:

Published articles from periodicals, magazines, journals, the third-parties’ database
Government statistics
Primary information obtained from Tel-interviews, on-line chats, emails, questionnaires, etc.
Comments from industrial experts
CCM’s database
Third-parties’ database
Information from the Internet

Data from various channels has been integrated and cross-checked to make this report as precise and credible as possible.

Who needs to subscribe to this report?

Biotechnology companies

- Update your knowledge and be well informed of latest developments in market, R&D and applications of China’s green biotechnology
- Discover the potential opportunities for green biotechnology in China
- Benefit from a thorough review of new applications for bio-based products and assess the potential for further growth

Agricultural companies

- Learn how green biotechnologies will change the status quo and future of agriculture
- Keep close track of recent developments of green biotechnology in China

Agricultural product processors, end users of GB products

- Know what superior and novel GB products you can get from China and then creat more value to your customers and grasp commercial opportunities

Research organizations and academies

- Keep an close eye on latest technical developments and newest scientific breakthroughs
- Identify the most significant commercial opportunities to steer future research





III-1 Policies
  III-1.1 Regulations
  III-1.2 Some government support policies
III-2 Influencing factors


IV-1 Genetically modified crops and their breeding
  IV-1.1 Insect-resistant cotton (Bt cotton)
  IV-1.2 Other genetically modified crops
  IV-1.3 R&D progress
  IV-1.4 Problems existing in China’s GM crops
  IV-1.5 Future forecast 
IV-2 Clone and transgenic animals
  IV-2.1 Applications
    IV-2.1.1 Applications of animal cloning technology
    IV-2.1.2 Applications of transgenic animal technology
  IV-2.2 R&D progress
  IV-2.3 Future froecast
IV-3 Biological pesticide
  IV-3.1 Bio-insecticide 
  IV-3.2 Bio-fungicide 
  IV-3.3 Biological plant growth regulator 
  IV-3.4 R&D progress
  IV-3.5 Future forecast 
IV-4 Bio-fertilizer(microbial fertilizer)
  IV-4.1 Bio-fertilizer production in China
  IV-4.2 R&D progress
  IV-4.3 Future forecast
IV-5 Biological veterinary medicine
  IV-5.1 Animal vaccines
  IV-5.2 Other biological veterinary medicine
  IV-5.3 R&D progress
  IV-5.4 Future forecast
IV-6 Biological feed additives
  IV-6.1 Feed enzyme preparations 
  IV-6.2 Microbial feed additives 
  IV-6.3 R&D progress
  IV-6.4 Future forecast 
IV-7 Others
  IV-7.1 Plant bioreactor
  IV-7.2 Animal bioreactor
  IV-7.3 Plant tissue culture




VII.1 Profiles of major players
VII.2 Profiles of major researchers


Table I.1 Share of US’s major GM crops in domestic crops planting 
Table II.1 Production situation of GB industry by field
Table III-1.1.1 Regulations related to green biotechnology in China
Table IV-1.1 Development situation of GM crops in China by 2008
Table IV-1.2 Main achievements in genetic modification and breeding of crops by 2008
Table IV-1.3.1 Key researchers of GM crops in China, 2008
Table IV-1.5.1 Key enterprises in GM crop industry, 2008
Table IV- Some important animal cloning technologies in China 2003-2008
Table IV- Information of some transgenic products companies in China, 2009
Table IV-2.2.1 Important R&D progress of technologies of clone animal and transgenic animal in China in the past 10 years
Table IV-3.1 Major biological pesticide manufacturers in China
Table IV-3.2 Major biological pesticides in China
Table IV-3.3 Treated area of some major biological pesticides, 2008
Table IV-3.1.1 Specification situation of Bt insecticide in China
Table IV-3.1.2 Major manufacturers of Bt insecticide in China, 2009
Table IV-3.1.3 Key Chinese manufacturers of avermectins technical, 2009
Table IV-3.2.1 Major Manufacturers of Validamycin in China, 2009 (converted into 100%)
Table IV-3.2.2 Major manufacturers of Polyoxin in China, 2009 (converted into 100%)
Table IV-3.3.1 Major manufacturers of Gibberellic in China, 2009 (converted into 100%)
Table IV-3.5.1 Spinosad registration situation in China, 2009
Table IV-4.1 Comparison between bio-fertilizer and chemical fertilizer
Table IV-4.1.1 Development situation of bio-fertilizer industry in China, 2000-2008
Table IV-4.1.2 Bio-fertilizer production by region in China, 2008
Table IV-4.1.3 Production situation of bio-fertilizer producers by ownership in China, 2008
Table IV-4.1.4 Bio-fertilizer production scale by ownership in China, 2008 
Table IV-4.1.5 Main active composite bio-fertilizer producers in China, 2008
Table IV-4.1.6 Main active rhizobium bio-fertilizer producers in China, 2008
Table IV-4.2.1 Important R&D progress in China, 2006-2009
Table IV-5.1 Classification of Chinese animal vaccines manufacturers by output value, 2009
Table IV-5.2 Number of designated enterprises by vaccine variety, 2009
Table IV-5.1.1 Average export price and import price of animal vaccines, 2006-2008
Table IV-5.1.2 Major animal vaccines manufacturers in China, 2009, billion dose
Table IV-5.1.3 Business situation of major listed animal vaccines manufacturers, 2008
Table IV-6.1.1 Major manufacturers of cellulose in China, 2009
Table IV-6.1.2 Major producers of phytase, 2009. 
Table IV-6.1.3 Major producers of pectinase in China, 2009
Table IV-6.1.4 Major producers of β-glucanase, 2009
Table IV-6.1.5 Major producers of xylanase, 2009
Table IV-6.4.1 Feed output in China, 2004-2008, ‘000 tonnes
Table IV-7.2.1 Information of key flower tissue culture companies, 2008


Figure I.1 Global planting area of GM crops, 1996-2008
Figure I.2 Planting area structure of major GM crops in the world, 2008
Figure I.3 Consumption structure of biological pesticide in the world
Figure IV-1.1.1 Output of cotton & Bt cotton in China, 2005-2008
Figure IV-1.1.2 Planting area of Bt cotton in China, 2005-2008
Figure IV-1.1.3 Structure of Bt cotton planting area in China by region, 2008 
Figure IV-1.1.4 Localization rate of Bt cotton in China, 2004-2007
Figure IV-1.2.1 Import volume structure of soybean by country, 2008
Figure IV-1.2.2 Import volume of GM soybean in China, 2005-2008
Figure IV-1.5.1 Consumption volume of soybean, 2005-2008
Figure IV-1.5.2 Forecast on output and planting area of GM crops in China, 2009-2015
Figure IV-1.5.3 Forecast on market value of GM crops in China, 2009-2015
Figure IV-3.1 Number of biological pesticide producers with three certificates* in Mainland China, 2003-2008
Figure IV-3.2 Geographical distribution of biological pesticide player in Mainland China, 2008
Figure IV-3.3 Sales income and profit of China’s biological pesticide industry, 2003-2008
Figure IV-3.4 Top 6 sales income for biological pesticide in China, 2007, by region (Unit: million USD)
Figure IV-3.5 Biological pesticide output, 2004-2008
Figure IV-3.6 Export value and export ratio of biological pesticides in China, 2006-2008
Figure IV-3.1.1 Specification structure of Bt insecticide in China
Figure IV-3.1.2 Registration number of Bt insecticide in China, 2004-Jul. 2009
Figure IV-3.1.3 Avermectins technical output, 2004-2008
Figure IV-3.1.4 Output value of avermectins technical, 2004-2008
Figure IV-3.1.5 Registration number of avermectins, 2004-Jul. 2009
Figure IV-3.1.6 Price change of 95% avermectins technical, 2003-2009
Figure IV-3.1.7 Export value and volume structure of 1.8% EC and technical in China, 2008
Figure IV-3.1.8 Export volume of 1.8% E.C Avermectins of China, Jan. 2008-Jun. 2009
Figure IV-3.1.9 Avermectins technical export volume in China, Jan. 2008-Jun. 2009
Figure IV-3.2.1 Registration number of validamycin in China, 2004-Jul. 2009
Figure IV-3.2.2 Production process of validamycin
Figure IV-3.2.3 Registration number of Polyoxin, 2004-Jul. 2009
Figure IV-3.3.1 Registration number of gibberellic, 2004-Jul. 2009
Figure IV-3.5.1 Forecast on biological pesticide output in China, 2009-2015
Figure IV-3.5.2 Forecast on biological pesticide output value in China, 2009-2015
Figure IV-3.5.3 Forecast on biological pesticide output profit in China, 2009-2015
Figure IV-4.1.1 Consumption volume of bio-fertilizer in China, 2005-2008
Figure IV-4.1.2 Capacity structure of bio-fertilizer producers by ownership, 2008
Figure IV-4.1.3 Output structure of bio-fertilizer by ownership, 2008
Figure IV-4.1.4 Output structure of bio-fertilizer by micro-organism, 2008
Figure IV-4.1.5 Output structure of bio-fertilizer by microbe species, 2008
Figure IV-4.1.6 Output structure of bio-fertilizer by action mechanism, 2008
Figure IV-4.3.1 Consumption volume of chemical fertilizer in China, 2009-2015
Figure IV-4.3.2 Forecasted output and consumption volume of bio-fertilizer in China, 2009-2015 
Figure IV-5.1.1 Output of animal vaccines in China, 2006-2008
Figure IV-5.1.2 Output value of animal vaccines in China, 2004-2008
Figure IV-5.1.3 Output structure of animal vaccines in China by output value, 2008
Figure IV-5.4.1 Forecast on animal vaccines output and output value in China, 2009-2015
Figure IV-6.1 Feed enzyme preparations output and market value, 2006-2008
Figure IV-6.1.1 Production and consumption of cellulase in China, 2005-2008
Figure IV-6.1.2 Production and consumption of pectinase in China, 2004-2008
Figure IV-6.1.3 Pectinase consumption situation in China, 2007-2009est.
Figure IV-6.1.4 Pectinase consumption structure in China, 2008
Figure IV-6.4.1 Forecast on feed enzyme preparations output and market value, 2009-2015
Figure IV-7.3.1 Output of detoxified potato, 2004-2008
Figure IV-7.3.2 Forecast on demand of detoxified potato, 2009-2015
Figure IV-7.3.3 Output of flower tissue culture in China, 2004-2008


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