Outcrossing frequencies from multiple high erucic acid oilseed rape fields to a central receptor field

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Genetically modified oilseed rape is currently grown on about 23 % of the global oilseed rape acreage. In order to separate transgenic and non-transgenic oilseed rape production and to ensure co-existence of different agricultural cultivation schemes, as is specified by the European legislation, confinement measures have to be defined. Pollen-mediated gene… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10681-012-0744-7

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