COPYRIGHT YEAR

2002

AUTHORS

Yutaka Tabei

TITLE

Environmental Risk Assessment of Transgenic Plants: A Case Study of Cucumber Mosaic Virus-Resistant Melon in Japan

ABSTRACT

Genetic engineering is increasingly becoming an essential aspect of plant breeding, and various transgenic crops have been commercialized in the United States, Canada, Australia, and numerous other countries. In 1994, the long-shelf-life transgenic tomato, ‘FLAVR SAVR’, was launched in the United States market. In 1998, herbicide-tolerant transgenic soybeans comprised about 36% and 55% of the soybean cultivation areas in the United States and Argentina, respectively (James 1998). In the same years, transgenic corn was grown in about 22% of the total cultivation area in United States, while herbicide-tolerant canola in Canada increased to 45% of the total cultivation area (James 1998). The global area used for the cultivation of transgenic crops in 1999 is expected to far exceed that in 1998.

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