Klaus Ammann, G?sta Kjellsson, Vibeke Simonsen, Yolande Jacot




Methods for Risk Assessment of Transgenic Plants




Birkh?user Basel

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  • BookChapter: Modelling the spread of disease resistance gene in natural plant populations
  • BookChapter: Views of non-governmental organizations on the risk evaluation of genetically modified organisms
  • BookChapter: Assessment and management of field testing of transgenic crop plants in east asian countries
  • BookChapter: Gene flow in selected swiss crops and related weeds, risk assessment for the field release of GMO’s in Switzerland: case of wheat and oilseed rape
  • BookChapter: Final summary of the conference
  • BookChapter: Mechanism of DNA integration into Agrobacterium genome-its relevance to horizontal gene transfer
  • BookChapter: Gene flow between selected swiss crops and related weeds: risk assessment for the field releases of GMO’s in Switzerland
  • BookChapter: Risk assessment of gene flow from a virus-resistant transgenic squash into a wild relative
  • BookChapter: Bern conference on gene flow: one scientist’s reflections
  • BookChapter: TA-project “genetic engineering, breeding and biodiversity”
  • BookChapter: Predicting the ecological impacts of transgenes for insect and virus resistance in natural and feral populations of Brassica species
  • BookChapter: The role of modelling in risk assessment for the release of genetically engineered plants
  • BookChapter: Transgenic plants and safety regulation
  • BookChapter: How do the design of monitoring and control strategies affect the chance of detecting and containing transgenic weeds?
  • BookChapter: The wave of advancement of introduced genes in natural plant populations
  • BookChapter: From risk assessment to a more comprehensive technology evaluation — contribution of modern plant breeding to sustainable agriculture
  • BookChapter: Where do we come from, where do we go from here?
  • BookChapter: Elimination of agrobacteria from transgenic plants
  • BookChapter: Long-term questions related to agroecological effects of transgenic Bt-crops
  • BookChapter: Short-term effects, long-term effects and standardisation of limits
  • BookChapter: RNA recombination in transgenic virus resistant plants
  • BookChapter: Methodological lacunas: the need for new research and methods in risk assessment
  • BookChapter: Molecular markers for monitoring transgenic plants
  • BookChapter: Risk assessment of transgenic plants — a comparison with pesticide regulation
  • BookChapter: Transgene movement via gene flow: recommendations for improved biosafety assessment
  • BookChapter: Discussion session 8: Conclusion, strategies, where do we go from here?
  • BookChapter: A multisite-cooperative research programme on risk assessment of transgenic crops
  • BookChapter: Biogeographical assay and natural gene flow
  • BookChapter: Monitoring the impact of releases of genetically modified herbicide tolerant oilseed rape in the UK
  • BookChapter: Monitoring the environmental impact of transgenic sugar beet Beta vulgaris subspec. vulgaris altissima Döll — are we able to ask the right questions?
  • BookChapter: The concept of familiarity and its role in the commercialization of pest resistant genetically engineered plants
  • BookChapter: Transgenic plants and the management of virtual risks
  • BookChapter: Assessment of long-term environmental impacts of transgenic trees: Norway spruce as a case study
  • BookChapter: Dilemmas of risk-assessment research for transgenic crops


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    21 sg:subtitle III. Ecological risks and prospects of transgenic plants, where do we go from here? A dialogue between biotech industry and science
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