Romanian Biotechnological Letters - 2010 - Abundance of soybean Roundup Ready modification in food and feed samples from Serbian retail markets. Sustainability 2011, 3(9), 1302-1322 Herbicide-tolerant Transgenic Soybean over 15 Years of Cultivation: Pesticide Use, Weed Resistance, and Some Economic Issues. The Case of the USA. 1.
Introduction Transgenic crops continue to be a bone of contention: people are heatedly debating their economic, social, environmental, and health impacts, as well as their usefulness. This is particularly the case for herbicide-tolerant (HT) crops: not only are they genetically modified (GM), they also require the use of pesticides. Am. J. Agr. Econ. (2016) Testing for Complementarity: Glyphosate Tolerant Soybeans and Conservation Tillage. PARLEMENT EUROPEEN 03/02/16 MEPs object to three GM soybean authorisations. The EU Commission should not authorize the use of glyphosate-tolerant GM soybeans in food and feed, said Parliament on Wednesday.
MEPs note that glyphosate, a herbicide, is classified as “probably carcinogenic” by the World Health Organisation (WHO), and that GMOs are being authorized in the EU without the support of member states. The three genetically modified soybeans to be authorized by the European Commission for use in food and feed are FG72, MON 87708 x MON 89788 and MON 87705 x MON 89788. Plant Management Network 28/04/05 Renovating Pastures with Glyphosate Tolerant Soybeans. Food Chemistry Volume 153, 15 June 2014 Compositional differences in soybeans on the market: Glyphosate accumulates in Roundup Ready GM soybeans. Open Access Highlights Glyphosate tolerant GM soybeans contain high residues of glyphosate and AMPA.
Soybeans from different agricultural practices differ in nutritional quality. Organic soybeans showed a more healthy nutritional profile than other soybeans. Organic soy contained more sugars, protein and zinc, but less fibre and omega-6. This study rejects that GM soy is “substantially equivalent” to non-GM soybeans. Journal of Environmental Quality Ã¢â‚¬Â¢ Volume 37 Ã¢â‚¬Â¢ MarchÃ¢â‚¬â€œApril 2008 Impact of Glyphosate-Tolerant Soybean and Glu. J. Agric. Food Chem. 2005, 53, 5331-5335 5331 Glyphosate-Tolerant Soybeans Remain Compositionally Equivalent to Conventional Soy.
JOURNAL of Horticulture, Forestry and Biotechnology Volume 16(1), 57-63, 2012 Assessing the environmental impact of changes in p. Centre for Agriculture and Environment - JUNE 2001 - Agronomic and environmental impacts of the commercial cultivation of glypho. Food Control Available online 31 May 2013 Traceability of genetically modified Roundup Ready Soybean: a case study on sampling a. Highlights Traceability of GM soybean was evaluated on products and by-products in an industrial manufacturing plant.
Evaluation of the influence of processing on GMO quantification, based on DNA yield and DNA quality parameters. A practical approach for evaluating the best fit for purpose sampling point, based on analytical and sampling uncertainty. Flour and protein flour showed a good balance between analytical and sampling error. Grain, hull and expander showed higher sampling error while highly processed products, showed higher analytical error. Abstract. Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part B (2007) 42, 539–549 Review of potential environmental impacts of transgenic gl. Sustainability 2011, 3, 1302-1322 Herbicide-tolerant Transgenic Soybean over 15 Years of Cultivation: Pesticide Use, Weed Resist.
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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. Agron. Sustain. Dev. 28 (2007) Genetically modified glyphosate-tolerant soybean in the USA: adoption factors, impacts and prospe. BMC Biotechnol. 2009; 9: 16. Real-time quantification of wild-type contaminants in glyphosate tolerant soybean. Revista Brasileira de Sementes, vol. 27, nº 1, p.167-175, 2005 COMPARAÇÃO DE MÉTODOS NA DETECÇÃO DE SEMENTES DE SOJA GENETICAMEN.
Comparação de métodos na detecção de sementes de soja geneticamente modificada resistente ao glifosato1 Comparison of methods to detect genetically modified soybean seeds resistant to glyphosate Cristina dos Santos Madruga CunhaI; Maria Ângela André TillmannII; Francisco Amaral VillelaII; Luciana Bicca DodeIII; Fabio BaleriniIV IEngª Agrª, M. Sc. Rua vinte e sete, n° 508 apt° 301 Setor Bosque, 73808-470, Formosa GO, E-mail: email@example.com IIProf. EFSA 01/12/10 Scientific opinion on applications GM soybean 40-3-2 for renewal of the authorisation of existing products. EFSA Journal 2010;8(12):1908 [38 pp.]. doi:10.2903/j.efsa.2010.1908 Type: Opinion of the Scientific Committee/Scientific Panel On request from: European Commission Question number: EFSA-Q-2007-142 , EFSA-Q-2007-141 Adopted: 10 November 2010 Published: 01 December 2010 Affiliation: European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), Parma, Italy This scientific opinion is an evaluation of a risk assessment for the renewal of authorisations for continued marketing of the genetically modified herbicide tolerant soybean 40-3-2 (Unique Identifier MON-Ø4Ø32-6) for (1) food containing, consisting of, or produced from genetically modified (GM) soybean 40-3-2; (2) feed containing, consisting of, or produced from soybean 40-3-2; and (3) of other products containing or consisting of soybean 40-3-2 with the exception of cultivation.
. © European Food Safety Authority, 2010 The scopes of the two renewal applications cover the continued marketing of: Environ. Biosafety Res. 9 (2010) 101–112 Assessing the effects of cultivating genetically modified glyphosate-tolerant varieties. EDP Sciences has completed publication of Environmental Biosafety Research with the 4th Issue of Volume 10, 2011.
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