Geneflow from GM plants - Towards a more quantitative risk assessment

Trends in Biotechnology, vol. 22, issue 9 (2004) pp. 436-438

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Assessing the risks associated with geneflow from GM crops to wild relatives is a significant scientific challenge. Most researchers have focused on assessing the frequency of gene flow, too often on a localized scale, and ignoring the hazards caused by geneflow. To quantify risk, multi-disciplinary research teams need to unite and scale up their studies.

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  • Guy M. Poppy

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