Transgenic cereals: Current status and future prospects

@inproceedings{Dunwell2014TransgenicCC,
  title={Transgenic cereals: Current status and future prospects},
  author={Jim M. Dunwell},
  year={2014}
}
This review summarises the history of transgenic (GM) cereals, principally maize, and then focuses on the scientific literature published in the last two years. It describes the production of GM cereals with modified traits, divided into input traits and output traits. The first category includes herbicide tolerance and insect resistance, and resistance to abiotic and biotic stresses; the second includes altered grains for starch, protein or nutrient quality, the use of cereals for the… CONTINUE READING

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