Continuation of Contents
Purchase, I.; Underwood, B.
Genetically modified foods for human health and nutrition: the scientific basis for benefit/risk assessment
1. General introduction - the role of science in identifying common ground in the debate on genetic modification of foods
Garza, C.; Stover, P.
2. Genetically modified food crops and their contribution to human nutrition and food quality
Bouis, H.E.; Chassy, B.M.; Ochanda, J.O.
3. Genetically modified food crops for improving agricultural practice and their effects on human health
4. Genetically modified crops for industrial products and processes and their effects on human health
5. Genetically modified fish and their effects on food quality and human health and nutrition
6. Genetically modified livestock and poultry and their potential effects on human health and nutrition
7. Genetically modified microorganisms and their potential effects on human health and nutrition
von Wright, A.; Bruce, A.
8. The scientific basis for risk assessment and regulation of genetically modified foods
Kuiper, H.A.; Kleter, G.A.
9. Socioeconomic considerations relevant to the sustainable development, use and control of genetically modified foods
10. Societal issues and public attitudes towards genetically modified foods
11. Overall conclusions
Contributors to the special issue
Interests of contributors related to genetically modified foods