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Environmental Risk Assessment of Genetically Modified Organisms, Vol 4

Environmental Risk Assessment of Genetically Modified Organisms, Vol 4

Challenges and Opportunities with Bt Cotton in Vietnam

Edited by D Andow, University of Minnesota, USA, A Hilbeck, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology ETHZ, Switzerland, V T Nguyen, Food Crops Research Institute, Vietnam

July 2008 / Hardback / 384 Pages / 9781845933906 £106.99 / €139.00 / $203.95
With 10% online discount: £96.29 / €125.10 / $183.56
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Main Description

Within Vietnam, the environmental risks of transgenic plants, managing transgenic products safely, and building modern labs to assess their safety has received increased investment and research. This book is the first scientific effort to synthesize information relevant to GM crops in Vietnam, taking Bt cotton as an example. It can be used as a technical manual to enable Vietnamese scientists to evaluate the potential environmental impacts of Bt cotton varieties prior to commercialization, and provides guidance for environmental risk assessment of any transgenic crop.

  • 1: Background on Cotton in Vietnam
  • 2: Problem Formulation and Options Assessment PFOA
  • 3: Transgene Expression and Locus Structure
  • 4: Introduction to Non-target Asseessments
  • 5: Non-target Herbivores
  • 6: Predators
  • 7: Parasitoids
  • 8: Pollinators
  • 9: Soil Processes
  • 10: Soil Macroorganisms
  • 11: Summary of Biodiversity and Non-target Assessment
  • 12: Gene Flow and Consequences
  • 13: Resistance Risk and Management

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