Transgenic Plants and Beyond, Vol 86. Advances in Botanical Research

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  • Book
  • 382 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Transgenic Plants, Volume 86, the latest release in the series Advances in Botanical Research, brings together information needed by many teachers, researchers and managers who have to consider biotechnology from a scientific or legal point-of-view. It presents authors who bring their long personal experience on a given subject. Although the subjects are technical in nature, the take-home message of each chapter is understandable by non-specialists.

  • Encompasses various aspects of the GMO debate (its historical background, current status, recent research outcomes, potential future developments)
  • Written by highly competent authors from all continents
  • Based on facts and written in a dispassionate and non-polemical tone

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1. Plant Domestication, the Brave Old World of Genetic ModificationHenry I. Miller and Piero A. Morandini2. How Agrobacterium, a Natural Genetic Engineer, Became a Tool for Modern AgricultureLeon Otten3. Legal, Regulatory and Labelling Status of Biotech CropsArujanan Mahaletchumy and Paul P.S. Teng4. Regulating Safety of Novel Food and Genetically Modified CropsAndrew Bartholomaeus5. Assessing the Environmental Safety of Transgenic Plants: Honey Bees as a Case StudyRicroch Agnes, Akkoyunlu Serife, Martin-Laffon Jacqueline and Kuntz Marcel6. Genetic Engineering of Crop Plants: Colombia as a Case StudyJulian Mora-Oberlaender, Adriana C. Hernandez, Silvio A. López-Pazos and Alejandro Chaparro-Giraldo7. Recombinant Therapeutic Molecules Produced in PlantsQiang Chen8. Genome Editing in Agricultural BiotechnologyMaxence Pfeiffer, Francis Quétier and Agnes Ricroch9. Epigenetics, Epigenomics and Crop ImprovementAliki Kapazoglou, Ioannis Ganopoulos, Eleni Tani and Athanasios Tsaftaris10. Biotechnologies: The Ideal Victim?Nayla Farouki
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