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Agricultural Systems Volume 127, May 2014, Modelling ex-ante the economic and environmental impacts of Genetically Modified Herbicide Tolerant maize cultivation in Europe. <div class="msgBox" style="margin-top:10px;"><span class="errMsg"><div>JavaScript is disabled on your browser.

Agricultural Systems Volume 127, May 2014, Modelling ex-ante the economic and environmental impacts of Genetically Modified Herbicide Tolerant maize cultivation in Europe

Please enable JavaScript to use all the features on this page. This page uses JavaScript to progressively load the article content as a user scrolls. Click the View full text link to bypass dynamically loaded article content. <a rel="nofollow" href=" full text</a></div></span></div><br /> European Commission, Institute for Prospective Technological Studies (IPTS), Joint Research Center (JRC), Edificio Expo, c/Inca Garcilaso 3, E-41092 Sevilla, Spain Received 30 May 2013, Revised 6 March 2014, Accepted 13 March 2014, Available online 3 April 2014 Get rights and content Open Access Highlights. Paper submitted for consideration at the 4th International Conference of the African Association of Agricultural Economists 22-25 September 2013 Labour-savings of Roundup Ready Maize: Impact on Cost and Input Substitution for South African Smallholders.

Food and Chemical Toxicology xxx (2012) xxx–xxx RETRACTED : Long term toxicity of a Roundup herbicide and a Roundup-tolerant genetically modified maize. This article has been retracted: please see Elsevier Policy on Article Withdrawal ( The journal Food and Chemical Toxicology retracts the article “Long term toxicity of a Roundup herbicide and a Roundup-tolerant genetically modified maize,” which was published in this journal in November 2012.

Food and Chemical Toxicology xxx (2012) xxx–xxx RETRACTED : Long term toxicity of a Roundup herbicide and a Roundup-tolerant genetically modified maize

This retraction comes after a thorough and time-consuming analysis of the published article and the data it reports, along with an investigation into the peer-review behind the article. The Editor in-Chief deferred making any public statements regarding this article until this investigation was complete, and the authors were notified of the findings. Very shortly after the publication of this article, the journal received Letters to the Editor expressing concerns about the validity of the findings it described, the proper use of animals, and even allegations of fraud.

Many of these letters called upon the editors of the journal to retract the paper. Environmental Sciences Europe 2014, 26:14 Republished study: long-term toxicity of a Roundup herbicide and a Roundup-tolerant genetically modified maize. This report describes the first long-term (2-year) rodent (rat) feeding studyinvestigating possible toxic effects arising from consumption of an R-tolerant GM maize(NK603) and a complete commercial formulation of R herbicide.

Environmental Sciences Europe 2014, 26:14 Republished study: long-term toxicity of a Roundup herbicide and a Roundup-tolerant genetically modified maize

The aims of thisinvestigation were essentially twofold. First, to evaluate whether the signs oftoxicity, especially with respect to liver and kidney functions, seen after 90 days'consumption of a diet containing NK603 R-tolerant GM maize [3, 7] escalated into serious ill health or dissipated over an extended period oftime. Second, to determine if low doses of full commercial R formulation at permittedlevels were still toxic, as indicated by our previous in vitro studies [8, 9].

The previous toxicity study with NK603 maize employed only this GM crop thathad been sprayed with R during cultivation [3]. What is also evident from our data is that ill effects were not proportional to the doseof either the NK603 GM maize ± R or R alone. Agricultural Systems Volume 127, May 2014, Modelling ex-ante the economic and environmental impacts of Genetically Modified Herbicide Tolerant maize cultivation in Europe.

OGM MAIS NK 603

Références FDA. Références SANTE CANADA. Références ANSES. Références EFSA. Weed Technology 23(2):243-246. 2009 Herbicide Options for Controlling Glyphosate-Tolerant Corn in a Corn Replant Situation. *Associate Professor, Associate Professor, and Professor, Department of Plant Sciences, University of Tennessee, Jackson, TN 38301.

Weed Technology 23(2):243-246. 2009 Herbicide Options for Controlling Glyphosate-Tolerant Corn in a Corn Replant Situation

Corresponding author's E-mail: lsteckel@utk.edu Abstract In the spring of 2007, a widespread freeze occurred that led to the replanting of about 81,000 hectares of corn in Tennessee. Limited research was available on effective herbicide options to control failed stands of glyphosate-tolerant corn where replanting to corn was desired. Therefore, in 2007 on three failed freeze-damaged corn stands (27,000 plants/ha) and in 2008 on two non–freeze-damaged corn stands (81,000 plants/ha), studies were initiated to determine how to control the failed stand while not harming subsequent replant corn.

Nomenclature: Glyphosate; corn, Zea mays L. Received: October 16, 2008; Accepted: March 10, 2009 Sources of Materials 1Glufosinate, Ignite, Bayer CropScience LP, Box 12014, 2 TW Alexander Drive Research Triangle Park, NC 27709. Literature Cited. PURDUE UNIVERSITY - 2010 - Methods to Control Volunteer Roundup Ready or Glyphosate-Tolerant Corn in a Corn Replant Situation. CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL RISK ASSESSMENT - GM Crop Database. ILSI Research Foundation GM Crop Database Listing of Query Results Your query has returned 152 records.

CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL RISK ASSESSMENT - GM Crop Database

For further information on a particular event, click on the appropriate links under the Event column in the following table. Creeping Bentgrass Sugar Beet Argentine Canola Polish Canola Papaya Chicory Melon Squash Carnation Soybean Cotton Sunflower Lentil Flax, Linseed Tomato Alfalfa Tobacco Rice Plum Potato Wheat Maize Agrostis stolonifera Creeping Bentgrass Beta vulgaris Sugar Beet Brassica napus Argentine Canola Brassica rapa Polish Canola Carica papaya Papaya Cichorium intybus Chicory Cucumis melo Melon Cucurbita pepo Squash Dianthus caryophyllus Carnation Glycine max L.

Gossypium hirsutum L. Helianthus annuus Sunflower Lens culinaris Lentil Linum usitatissimum L. Lycopersicon esculentum Tomato Medicago sativa Alfalfa Nicotiana tabacum L. Oryza sativa Rice Prunus domestica Plum Solanum tuberosum L. Triticum aestivum Wheat Zea mays L. Query Page > New Database query Go to Event.