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Genetically Modified Crops - Why? Why not?
The Use of Genetically Modified Crops in Agriculture and Food Production, and Their Impacts on the Environment - A Developing World Perspective
B. Gebre Egziabher, Tewolde
The Present Status of the Use of Genetically Modified Crops in the EU - the Current Situation and a Vision for the Future
Genetically Modified Crops and Risk Assessment in the UK
Gene Flow from Oilseed Rape to Weedy Species
Jenczewski, Eric; Darmency, Henri; Renard, Michel; Chèvre, Anne-marie; Eber, Frédérique
GM Crops: a Potential for Pest Mismanagement
van Emden, H.F.
GM Plants and Protection Against Insects - Alternative Strategies Based on Gene Technology
Functional Genomics from a Plant Biochemist's Perspective
Ruuska, Sari; Mekhedov, Sergei; Girke, Thomas; Ohlrogge, John; Benning, Christoph
Resistance Management: Slowing Pest Adaptation to Transgenic Crops
Tabashnik, Bruce; Dennehy, Timothy; Carrière, Yves; Liu, Yong-biao; Meyer, Susan; Patin, Amanda; Sims, Maria; Ellers-kirk, Christa
Foundations for Safe Genetic Engineering? Perspectives from Ecology, Evolution, and Agriculture
Regal, Philip J.
Genetically Modified Crops: a US Farmer's Versus an EU Citizen's Point of View
Lassen, Jesper; Sandøe, Peter; Madsen, Kathrine Hauge
The Use of GM Crops in Comparison with Previously Ethically Loaded Issues in the Relationship Between Man and Nature