Transgene flow to hybrid rice and its male-sterile lines

  title={Transgene flow to hybrid rice and its male-sterile lines},
  author={Shirong Jia and Feng Wang and Lei Shi and Qianhua Yuan and Wuge Liu and Yilong Liao and Shuguang Li and Wujun Jin and Huipu Peng},
  journal={Transgenic Research},
Gene flow from genetically modified (GM) crops to the same species or wild relatives is a major concern in risk assessment. Transgenic rice with insect and/or disease resistance, herbicide, salt and/or drought tolerance and improved quality has been successfully developed. However, data on rice gene flow from environmental risk assessment studies are currently insufficient for the large-scale commercialization of GM rice. We have provided data on the gene flow frequency at 17 distances between… CONTINUE READING
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