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Transgenic plants


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    • GE crops (Genetically engineered crops)
    • GE plants (Genetically engineered plants)
    • Genetically engineered crops
    • Genetically engineered plants
    • Genetically modified crops
    • Genetically modified plants
    • GM crops (Genetically modified crops)
    • GM plants (Genetically modified plants)
    • Novel crops
    • Transgenic crops
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    • found: Work cat.: Plant genetic engineering, 1990(transgenic plants)
    • found: McGraw-Hill dict. sci. tech.:p. 1954 (transgenic organism)
    • found: Transgenic plants, 1992(transgenic crops)
    • found: Kjellsson, G. Methods for risk assessment of transgenic plants, c1994:CIP pref. (transgenetic plants ... referred to as genetically modified plants)
    • found: Safety assessment process for novel foods and agricultural products of biotechnology, 1999:p. 1 (Novel crops, including those developed using genetic engineering, are produced in laboratories, and studied in growth chambers or greenhouses under conditions of environmental isolation ... The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) regulates the confined field trial evaluation of all novel crops. Conditions prescribed by the CFIA are designed to minimize the possibility of any environmental impact.)
    • found: National Agricultural Biotechnology Council's website, Jan. 11, 2000:NABC Report 8 (Novel crops and other transgenics: How green are they?)
    • found: National Institute of Agrobiological Resources (Japan) website, Jan. 11, 2000(Use of biotechnology to develop new biological resources ... we are producing novel crops, reflecting genetic diversity, which conventional breeding procedures cannot produce.)
    • found: Plant gene technology, c2009:t.p. (genetically modified (GM) crops) p. 3 (GM plants; When gene technology is used to develop new plant varieties through the direct incorporation of a DNA construct or the deletion or modification of specific genes, the resulting plants are known as genetically modified (GM), genetically engineered (GE) or transgenic plants) p. 4 (GM crops)
    • found: National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on the Impact of Biotechnology on Farm-Level Economics and Sustainability. The impact of genetically engineered crops on farm sustainability in the United States, c2010:p. vii (genetically engineered (GE) crops; GE crops) p. 50 (GE plants)
    • found: Stewart, C.N. Genetically modified planet : environmental impacts of genetically engineered plants, 2004.
    • notfound: Web. 3;Random House;Biol. & agr. index, v. 42
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    • SB123.57
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    • 1990-06-27: new
    • 2012-05-03: revised
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