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Assessment of risk of insect-resistant transgenic crops to nontarget arthropods
An international initiative is developing a scientifically rigorous approach to evaluate the potential risks to nontarget arthropods (NTAs) posed by insect-resistant, genetically modified (IRGM)Expand
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A mathematical model of exposure of non-target Lepidoptera to Bt-maize pollen expressing Cry1Ab within Europe
  • J. Perry, Y. Devos, +11 authors J. Sweet
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological…
  • 6 January 2010
Genetically modified (GM) maize MON810 expresses a Cry1Ab insecticidal protein, derived from Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt), toxic to lepidopteran target pests such as Ostrinia nubilalis. AnExpand
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Guidance for risk assessment of food and feed from genetically modified plants
This document provides updated guidance for the risk assessment of food and feed containing, consisting or produced from genetically modified (GM) plants, submitted within the framework of RegulationExpand
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EFSA Panel on Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO)
Soybean 305423 was developed through particle bombardment and contains gm-fad2-1 and gm-hra expression cassettes, conferring a high oleic acid profile and tolerance to acetolactate synthaseExpand
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Impact of gene flow from cultivated beet on genetic diversity of wild sea beet populations
Gene flow and introgression from cultivated plants may have important consequences for the conservation of wild plant populations. Cultivated beets (sugar beet, red beet and Swiss chard: BetaExpand
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Safety and nutritional assessment of GM plants and derived food and feed: the role of animal feeding trials.
In this report the various elements of the safety and nutritional assessment procedure for genetically modified (GM) plant derived food and feed are discussed, in particular the potential andExpand
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Scientific Opinion on the assessment of allergenicity of GM plants andmicroorganisms and derived food and feed
The weight-of-evidence, case-by-case approach is considered the most appropriate way of assessing the allergenicity of genetically modified (GM) food and feed. This scientific opinion discussesExpand
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Introgression of crop alleles into wild or weedy populations
The evolutionary significance of introgression has been discussed for decades. Questions about potential impacts of transgene flow into wild and weedy populations brought renewed attention to theExpand
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Monitoring gene flow from transgenic sugar beet using cytoplasmic male‐sterile bait plants
One of the most discussed environmental effects associated with the use of transgenic plants is the flow of genes to plants in the environment. The flow of genes may occur through pollen since it isExpand
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