Governmental regulation of genetically modified agricultural products: Analysis of different approaches in the world

@article{Yakovleva2016GovernmentalRO,
  title={Governmental regulation of genetically modified agricultural products: Analysis of different approaches in the world},
  author={Irene V. Yakovleva and Svetlana V. Vinogradova and Anastasia M. Kamionskaya},
  journal={Russian Journal of Genetics: Applied Research},
  year={2016},
  volume={6},
  pages={646-656}
}
Although GM crops are cultivated on 175 million hectares in 27 countries, the regulation of agricultural biotechnology is in its nascence. Surely, many countries will introduce biotechnological products to the market in the future, and their biosafety for humans and the environment will be the top concern. Some countries have special national regulatory mechanisms and others do not, but their actions are under the provision of international treaties for the production and handling of GM… CONTINUE READING

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