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Environmental risk assessment of genetically modified organisms: challenges and opportunities with Bt cotton in Vietnam, Vol.4.

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This book (13 chapters), the fourth in a series (the first, second and third books focused on Bt maize in Kenya, Bt cotton in Brazil, and risk assessment and management of transgenic fish, respectively) that provides scientifically peer-reviewed tools that can help developing countries strengthen their own scientific and technical capacity in biosafety of genetically modified organisms (GMOs), focuses on the potential environmental effects of Bt cotton in Vietnam within a broader context of setting procedures and methods for regulating the introduction of GM crops. The environmental effects considered are those on nontarget organisms, gene flow to cotton relatives, and the evolution of resistance in the target pests. Processes for evaluating the potential benefits of GM plants in Vietnam and the necessary requirements for characterizing transgenes and transgenic traits are covered. This book will be used as a technical manual to enable Vietnamese scientists to evaluate the potential environmental impacts of Bt cotton prior to commercialization. This publication will also equip governments, scientists, potential users of GMOs, and civil society organizations in Vietnam and other countries with knowledge on methods that are available for conducting environmental risk assessments of GMOs.

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Book Chapters

Chapter: 1 (Page no: 1) Challenges and opportunities with GM crops in Vietnam: the case of Bt cotton. Author(s): Nguyen Van Tuat Andow, D. A. Fitt, G. P. Sujii, E. R. Fontes, E. Just, D. R. Le Quang Quyen
Chapter: 2 (Page no: 24) Cotton production in Vietnam. Author(s): Le Quang Quyen Nguyen Thi Hai Tran Anh Hao Mai Van Hao Nguyen Thi Thanh Binh Dang Nang Bu'u Du'o'ng Xuan Dieu Underwood, E.
Chapter: 3 (Page no: 64) Consideration of problem formulation and option assessment (PFOA) for environmental risk assessment: Bt cotton in Vietnam. Author(s): Nguyen Van Uyen Phan Van Chi Nguyen Van Bo Hoang Thanh Nhan Le Quang Quyen Nguyen Xuan Hong Le Minh Sat Wals, A. Capalbo, D. M. F. Nelson, K. C.
Chapter: 4 (Page no: 79) Transgene locus structure and expression. Author(s): Tran Thi Cuc Hoa Depicker, A. Kakoli Ghosh Amugune, N. PhanÐinh Phap Tru'o'ng Nam Hai Andow, D. A.
Chapter: 5 (Page no: 115) Non-target and biological diversity risk assessment. Author(s): Hilbeck, A. Arpaia, S. Birch, A. N. E. Chen, Y. Fontes, E. M. G. Lang, A. Le Thi Thu Hong Lövei, G. L. Manachini, B. Nguyen Thi Thu Cuc Nguyen Van Huynh Nguyen Van Tuat Pham Van Lam Pham Van Toan Pires, C. S. S. Sujii, E. R. Trac Khu'o'ng Lai Underwood, E. Wheatley, R. E. Wilson, L. J. Zwahlen, C. Andow, D. A.
Chapter: 6 (Page no: 138) Potential effect of transgenic cotton on non-target herbivores in Vietnam. Author(s): Nguyen Thi Thu Cuc Sujii, E. R. Wilson, L. J. Underwood, E. Andow, D. A. Mai Van Hao Zhai BaoPing Ho Van Chien
Chapter: 7 (Page no: 176) Invertebrate predators in Bt cotton in Vietnam: techniques for prioritizing species and developing risk hypotheses for risk assessment. Author(s): Pham Van Lam La Pham Lan Hilbeck, A. Nguyen Van Tuat Lang, A.
Chapter: 8 (Page no: 212) Potential effects of transgenic cotton on non-target insect parasitoids in Vietnam. Author(s): Nguyen Van Huynh Birch, A. N. E. Songa, J. Nguyen VanÐinh Tran The Lam
Chapter: 9 (Page no: 236) Potential effects of transgenic cotton on flower visitors in Vietnam. Author(s): Le Thi Thu Hong Dinh Quyet Tam Hoang Anh Tuan Track Khu'o'ng Lai Lövei, G. L. Pires, C. S. S. Wan FangHao Guo JianYing Andow, D. A.
Chapter: 10 (Page no: 258) Potential effects of transgenic cotton on soil ecosystem processes in Vietnam. Author(s): Pham Van Toan Hoang Ngoc Binh Anyango, B. Zwahlen, C. Manachini, B. Andow, D. A. Wheatley, R. E.
Chapter: 11 (Page no: 274) Environmental risks associated with gene flow from transgenic cotton in Vietnam. Author(s): West, J. J. VuÐu'c Quang Giband, M. Lu BaoRong Andow, D. A. Nguyen Hu'u Ho Vu'o'ng Thi Phan Le Quang Quyen
Chapter: 12 (Page no: 296) Resistance risk assessment and management for Bt cotton in Vietnam. Author(s): Fitt, G. P. Andow, D. A. Nguyen Hu'u Huan Caprio, M. Omoto, C. Nguyen Tho Nguyen Hong Son Bui Cach Tuyen
Chapter: 13 (Page no: 330) Challenges and opportunities with Bt cotton in Vietnam: synthesis and recommendations. Author(s): Andow, D. A. Nguyen Van Tuat Hilbeck, A. Underwood, E. Birch, A. N. E. Dinh Quyet Tam Fitt, G. P. Giband, M. West, J. J. Lang, A. Le Quang Quyen Le Thi Thu Hong Lövei, G. L. Nelson, K. C. Nguyen Hong So'n Nguyen Hu'u Huan Nguyen Thi Hai Nguyen Thi Thu Cuc Nguyen Van Huynh Nguyen Van Uyen Pham Van Lam Pham Van Toan Sujii, E. R. Tran Anh Hao Tran Thi Cuc Hoa VuÐu'c Quang (et al)

Book details

  • Author Affiliation
  • Department of Entomology, University of Minnesota, 219 Hodson Hall, 1980 Folwell Avenue, St Paul, MN 55108, USA.
  • Year of Publication
  • 2008
  • ISBN
  • 9781845933906
  • Record Number
  • 20083217119