Genomics for Biosafety in Plant Biotechnology

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Jan-Peter Nap, Atanas Ivanov Atanasov, Willem J. Stiekema
IOS Press, 2004 - 247 pages

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Contents

Potential of Integrated Functional Genomics in Biosafety Assessments
3
NMR Approaches to Detect Unintended Effects of Genetic Modification in Plants
18
Phenotypes Beyond Chemical Equivalence
27
Altering Plant Terpenoid Metabolism
35
The Importance of Robust Experimental Design
47
Can Genomics Help?
61
New Tools and Technologies for Controlled Plant Transgene Expression and Transgene
77
Biosafety Assessment of GM Crops and Their Wild Relatives with Molecular Markers
90
Influence of a Contaminated Environment on the Stability of Plant Genomes
132
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Towards Genetic Engineering
159
Transgenic Plant Products and their Introduction into the Environment and Crop
173
Current Approaches and Developments
191
Biosafety Networks in the Region of Central and Eastern Europe and the Role of
208
Plant Genomics and the Precautionary Principle
223
Author Index
247

Predicting the Potential Allergenicity of GM Food
98
InsectResistant Transgenic Plants
117

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