Biotechnology: Risk Assessment, Bibliography January 86-April 94
Daniel Cabirac, Raymond Dobert
DIANE Publishing, Jun 1, 1994 - Science - 50 pages
Contains 214 citations on biotechnology, genetics, transgenics, engineering, bioengineering, manipulation, ecology, hazards, assessment, regulation, & protection. Some citations contain abstracts. Author & subject indices.
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Abstract AGRICOLA database Agricultural and Natural agricultural biotechnology Agricultural research American Applied and environmental arthropod assessment in agricultural Bacillus thuringiensis bacteria baculovirus Biological control agents bioluminescence Biosafety Biotech Biotechnol campestris Chemical cludes references Crops Descn'ptors detected Disease Division of Agricultural Economic edited English Descriptors Envi environment Environmental aspects Environmental impact Environmental protection Environmental Release environmental risks Escherichia coli ﬁeld test Field tests Food ganisms Gene transfer Genetic transformation genetically engineered microorganisms genetically modiﬁed microorganisms genome George Bruening gineered Includes bibliographies Includes references Insect insecticides Introduced species Journal Language leguminosarum Marois Microbial pesticides microcosms molecular NAL Call netic engineering nology Ofﬁce pest control pesticides pollen Proceedings Pseudomonas Pseudomonas syringae Public recA gene Recombinant DNA REGEM Regulations release of genetically Reporter genes resistance Rhizobium risk assessment ronmental impact Safety Science Scientiﬁc series analytic soil speciﬁc strains Survival technical authors Technology tion Transgenic plants Usda vironmental Washington Weed York
Page 21 - HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, COMMITTEE ON SCIENCE, SPACE, AND TECHNOLOGY, SUBCOMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES, AGRICULTURE RESEARCH AND ENVIRONMENT, Washington, DC The subcommittee met, pursuant to notice, at 9:30 am in room 2325, Rayburn House Office Building, Hon.
Page 25 - AM3 Implications of biotechnology, risk assessment, and communications for the safety of foods of animal origin. Acuff, GR; Albanese, RA.; Batt, CA; Berndt, DL; Byers, PM; Dale, BE; Denton, JH; Fuchs, RL; Gastel, B.; Heidelbaugh, ND Schaumburg, Ill.
Page 17 - Ostrinia nubilalis 62 NAL Call No: QH442.G393 Environmental release of genetically engineered organisms: recasting the debate. Krimsky, S.; Bergman, K.; Connell, N.; Shulman, S.; Wilker, N. Boston, Mass. : Committee for Responsible Genetics; 1988 Mar.
Page 3 - Aerial dispersal and epiphytic survival of Pseudomonas syringae during a pretest for the release of genetically engineered strains into the environment.
Page 10 - M icrobial pesticides; Pesticides; Genetic engineering; Environmental protection Abstract: Much of the increase in agricultural productivity over the past half century has been due to more efficacious and economical pest control through the use of synthetic chemical pesticides (SCPs). However, there is continued and growing social and legislative pressure to reduce the toxicological and environmental risks associated with control of agricultural pests with SCPs. Public and private sector research...
Page 15 - Community legislation which includes a similar environmental risk assessment. The main elements of this Directive are: -An environmental risk assessment must always be carried out before any release to the environment whether in an experiment or product. -No releases may be carried out without the consent of the competent authorities.
Page 30 - Nontarget and ecological effects of transgenically altered disease resistance in crops, possible effects on the mycorrhizal symbiosis.
Page 11 - Merr.), with no significant differences in nodule number, nodule mass, or total amount of N2 fixed. 37 NAL Call No: 442.8 Z34 Characterization of recA genes and recA mutants of Rhizobium meliloti and Rhizobium leguminosarum biovar viciae. Selbitschka, W.; Arnold, W.; Priefer, UB; Rottschafer, T.; Schmidt, M.; Simon, R.; Punier, A. Berlin, W. Ger. : Springer International. MGG : Molecular and general genetics v. 229 (1): p. 86-95; 1991 Sep. Includes references. Language: English Descriptors: Rhizobium...