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Type: Outro
Title: Problem formulation in environmental risk assessment of genetically modified crops: a Brazilian workshop
Other Titles: Formulação de problema em análise de risco ambiental de cultivos geneticamente modificados: workshop no Brasil
Authors: Fitzpatrick, Julie
Cheavegatti-Gianotto, Adriana
Ferro, Jesus Aparecido
Grossi-de-Sá, Maria Fátima
Keese, Paul
Layton, Raymond
Lima, Denis
Nickson, Thomas
Raybould, Alan
Romano, Eduardo
Romeis, Jorg
Ulian, Eugenio
Berezovsky, Mariela
Abstract: A workshop organized by the International Life Sciences Institute (ILSI) Research Foundation, ILSI Brasil, and Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation (EMBRAPA) brought together scientists from government, industry and academia to explore problem formulation for environmental risk assessment (ERA) of genetically modified crops. The workshop focused on the application of current scientific knowledge related to the ERA of GM crops in the Brazilian context of the National Biosafety Technical Commission (CTNBio) Normative Resolution #05 requirements and the local environment. Due to the importance of cotton and sugarcane to Brazil’s economy and the potential environmental impacts associated with introducing genetically modified varieties, these crops were used as case studies to illustrate and discuss the general concepts in problem formulation. This report is a summary of the discussions from this workshop.
Keywords: Biosafety
Risk analysis
Genetically modified plants
Citation: FITZPATRICK, Julie et al. Problem formulation in environmental risk assessment of genetically modified crops: A Brazilian workshop. Bioassay, v. 4, n. 5, 2009.
Access Type: Acesso Restrito
URI: http://twingo.ucb.br:8080/jspui/handle/10869/540
https://repositorio.ucb.br:9443/jspui/handle/123456789/7693
Document date: 2009
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