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149 Publicly funded risk studies on gene technology

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Title Awd Yr
Prop No
Investigator Institution View
RISK ASSESSMENT FOR INSECT RESISTANCE TO PYRAMIDED BT COTTON 2014
2011-02185
Carriere, Y. UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA
TUCSON, ARIZONA
BriefFull
ASSESSING THE RISK OF TRANSGENE ESCAPE VIA POLLEN FLOW IN CARROT 2014
2014-01446
Mandel, J. R. UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA
TUCSON, ARIZONA
BriefFull
RECOMBINASE-MEDIATED TARGETED GENE INTEGRATION AND EXCISION FOR MARKER-FREE TRANSGENIC CROPS 2014
2010-02702
Srivastava, V. UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS
FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS
BriefFull
IMPROVED RECOMBINASE TECHNOLOGY FOR TARGETED MARKER FREE INTEGRATION AND FOUNDER LINE PRODUCTION FOR RISK ASSESSMENT 2014
2010-02715
thomson, J. G. USDA, ARS, Pacific West Area
Albany, CALIFORNIA
BriefFull
REDUCING ROOT SUCKERING OF TRANSGENIC POPLAR 2014
2010-02719
Li, Y. UNIV OF CONNECTICUT
STORRS, CONNECTICUT
BriefFull
PREDICTING ECOLOGICAL RISK FROM PERENNIAL GRASSES ENGINEERED FOR BIOFUELS AND TURF. 2014
2008-03001
Auer, C. A. UNIV OF CONNECTICUT
STORRS, CONNECTICUT
BriefFull
PERENNIAL GRASSES FOR BIOENERGY: POLLEN AEROBIOLOGY, BIOCONTAINMENT, AND PLANT GENETICS. 2014
2011-02189
Auer, C. UNIV OF CONNECTICUT
STORRS, CONNECTICUT
BriefFull
RECOMBINASE-BASED TRANSFORMATION VECTORS FOR IMPROVED TRANSGENIC STRAIN DEVELOPMENT AND ECOLOGICAL SAFETY IN TEPHRITID PEST SPECIES 2014
2011-02200
Handler, A. M. USDA/ARS/CMAVE
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
BriefFull
RISK ASSESSMENT OF RESISTANCE EVOLUTION IN BEETLES TO DIETARY DOUBLE STRANDED RNA 2014
2009-01072
Pittendrigh, B. R. UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
URBANA, ILLINOIS
BriefFull
MYCOTOXIN RISK ASSOCIATED WITH ETHANOL CO-PRODUCTS FROM CONVENTIONAL VS. BIOTECHNOLOGY-DERIVED CORN GRAIN 2014
2008-03011
Munkvold, G. P. IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY
AMES, IOWA
BriefFull
FIELD EVALUATION OF A TRANSGENE CONTAINMENT STRATEGY FOR PLANT-MADE PHARMACEUTICALS IN TOBACCO 2014
2006-03699
Davies, H. M. UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY
BriefFull
RISK ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGY FOR PLANT INCORPORATED INSECTICIDAL PRODUCTS ON NON-TARGET AQUATIC ORGANISMS 2014
2009-01073
Lamp, W. O. UNIV OF MARYLAND
COLLEGE PARK, MARYLAND
BriefFull
VALIDATION OF A MATERNALLY MEDIATED STERILIZATION PLATFORM FOR REPRODUCTIVE CONTAINMENT OF GE FISH WITH INITIAL APPLICATION TO TILAPIA 2014
2011-02218
Lauth, X. C. AquaBounty Technologies
Waltham, MASSACHUSETTS
BriefFull
TALEN-MEDIATED CHROMOSOME TARGETING FOR MONOSEXING AND GENETIC CONTAINMENT IN LIVESTOCK 2014
2012-01628
Fahrenkrug, S. C. Recombinetics, Inc.
Saint Paul, MINNESOTA
BriefFull
A MODE OF PLASTID INHERITANCE SURVEY IN MEDICAGO TRUNCATULA ASSESSING THE FEASIBILITY OF TRANSGENE CONTAINMENT IN PLASTIDS 2014
2010-02716
Maliga, P. RUTGERS, THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW JERSEY
NEW BRUNSWICK, NEW JERSEY
BriefFull
ANTIBODY-BASED PARATRANSGENICS FOR PIERCE`S DISEASE: ADVANCED METHODS FOR TRANSMISSION BLOCKING AND ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING 2014
2012-01635
Durvasula, R. Biomedical Research Institute of New Mexico (BRINM)
Albuquerque, NEW MEXICO
BriefFull
A CRITICAL ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFECT OF CRY PROTEINS ON BENEFICIAL ARTHROPODS THROUGH THE USE OF CRY-RESISTANT HOSTS 2014
2010-02703
Shelton, A. M. N Y AGRICULTURAL EXPT STATION
GENEVA, NEW YORK
BriefFull
EVALUATING ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF MATURING AMERICAN CHESTNUT TREES PRODUCED BY TRANSGENIC RELATIVE TO CONVENTIONAL BREEDING 2014
2012-01655
Powell, W. SUNY College of Environmental Science & Forestry
Syracuse, NEW YORK
BriefFull
ENVIRONMENTAL RISK ASSESSMENT OF PERENNIAL GRASSES GENETICALLY ENGINEERED FOR ABIOTIC STRESS TOLERANCE 2014
2010-02717
Luo, H. CLEMSON UNIVERSITY
CLEMSON, SOUTH CAROLINA
BriefFull
REPRESSIBLE TRANSGENIC STERILIZATION OF CHANNEL CATFISH 2013
2009-01075
Dunham, R. AUBURN UNIVERSITY
AUBURN, ALABAMA
BriefFull
WHOLE ANIMAL ASSESSMENT OF UNINTENDED EFFECTS OF FOREIGN GENE PRODUCTS ON HOST AND NON-TARGET ORGANISMS 2013
2010-02731
MAGA, E. A. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS
DAVIS, CALIFORNIA
BriefFull
UC DAVIS TRANSGENIC ANIMAL RESEARCH CONFERENCE IX 2013
2013-03582
Murray, J. D. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS
DAVIS, CALIFORNIA
BriefFull
EXPLORING GENETIC CONTAINMENT STRATEGIES FOR SORGHUM TRANSGENES 2013
2008-02997
Paterson, A. H. UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA
ATHENS, GEORGIA
BriefFull
ASSESSING THE RISK OF TRANSGENE ESCAPE VIA POLLEN FLOW IN CARROT 2013
2013-03560
Mandel, J. UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA
ATHENS, GEORGIA
BriefFull
RECOMBINANT NEWCASTLE DISEASE VACCINES: RISK FOR RECOMBINATION, REVERSION TO VIRULENCE AND SPREAD IN NON-TARGET SPECIES 2013
2010-02711
MILLER, P. J. USDA, Agricultural Research Service
Athens, GEORGIA
BriefFull
LINKING POLLINATOR BEHAVIOR TO GENE FLOW TO REDUCE GENE FLOW RISK OVER THE LANDSCAPE 2013
2013-03551
Brunet, J. USDA-ARS-NCAUR-PPL
Peoria, ILLINOIS
BriefFull
A MODEL TO PREDICT GENE FLOW IN OPEN-POLLINATED CROPS 2013
2009-01087
Westgate, M. E. IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY
AMES, IOWA
BriefFull
RISKS FROM FIELD-EVOLVED RESISTANCE TO BT CORN BY WESTERN CORN ROOTWORM 2013
2012-01630
Gassmann, A. J. IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY
AMES, IOWA
BriefFull
GENOME-WIDE ASSESSMENT OF OFF-TARGET EFFECT AND REMOVAL OF TRANSGENES ASSOCIATED WITH TALEN-BASED GENE EDITING IN PLANT 2013
2013-03588
Yang, B. IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY
AMES, IOWA
BriefFull
ASSESSING MUTABILITY OF METARHIZIUM ANISOPLIAE IN TURF AND THE ECOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF REDUCING EITHER ITS VIRULENCE TO INSECTS OR ITS SAPR… 2013
2006-03692
St. Leger, R. J. UNIV OF MARYLAND
COLLEGE PARK, MARYLAND
BriefFull
ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF GENE REPLACEMENT AND GENETIC MODIFICATION METHODS IN A CROP SPECIES AT THE WHOLE GENOME LEVEL 2013
2013-03570
Douches, D. MICHIGAN STATE UNIV
EAST LANSING, MICHIGAN
BriefFull
RISK OF WESTERN CORN ROOTWORM ADAPTATION TO TRANSGENIC CORN 2013
2009-01079
Hibbard, B. E. AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE
COLUMBIA, MISSOURI
BriefFull
CROP-WILD GENE FLOW IN SORGHUM AND RELATIVE FITNESS OF THE SHATTERCANE X SORGHUM F2 POPULATION. 2013
2010-02707
Lindquist, J. L. UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA
LINCOLN, NEBRASKA
BriefFull
SECOND GENERATION PARATRANSGENESIS FOR CONTROL OF PIERCE`S DISEASE OF GRAPES 2013
2012-02379
Durvasula, R. Biomedical Research Institute of New Mexico (BRINM)
Albuquerque, NEW MEXICO
BriefFull
GENETIC CONTAINMENT OF PLANTS USING ZINC-FINGER NUCLEASES 2013
2010-02714
Strauss, S. H. OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY
CORVALLIS, OREGON
BriefFull
SILENCING OF NATURALLY OCCURRING GENES CONTROLLING SEED DORMANCY TO REDUCE FITNESS OF TRANSGENE-CONTAMINATED WEEDY RICE 2013
2013-03572
Gu, X. SOUTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY
BROOKINGS, SOUTH DAKOTA
BriefFull
CHARACTERIZATION FOR FIELD-EVOLVED RESISTANCE FOR RISK ASSESSMENT OF CURRENT BT CROP REGULATIONS 2013
2010-02729
Jurat-Fuentes, J. L. UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE
KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE
BriefFull
SWITCHGRASS BIOCONFINEMENT: DELAYED FLOWERING, SELECTIVE MALE- AND SEED-STERILITY, AND CONDITIONAL TOTAL BIOCONFINEMENT 2013
2013-03566
Stewart, C. N. UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE
KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE
BriefFull
CONFERENCE PROPOSAL: 12TH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON THE BIOSAFETY OF GENETICALLY MODIFIED ORGANISMS 2012
2012-01668
Hokanson, K. International Society for Biosafety Research
Washington, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
BriefFull
TRANSMISSION GENETICS OF SORGHUM TO JOHNSONGRASS GENE TRANSFER 2012
2012-01658
Paterson, A. H. UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA
ATHENS, GEORGIA
BriefFull
MOLECULAR GENETIC BASIS OF INSECT RESISTANCE TO BT-CROPS 2012
2012-01645
Wang, P. N Y AGRICULTURAL EXPT STATION
GENEVA, NEW YORK
BriefFull
GENOMIC APPROACHES FOR BT RESISTANCE RISK ASSESSMENT AND IMPROVEMENT OF REGULATORY TRIGGERS 2012
2012-01637
Gould, F. North Carolina Agricultural Research Service (NCARS)
Raleigh, NORTH CAROLINA
BriefFull
GENE FLOW NETWORKS AND POTENTIAL INVASIVENESS OF PERENNIAL BIOFUEL GRASSES (MISCANTHUS) 2012
2012-01659
Snow, A. A. OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY
COLUMBUS, OHIO
BriefFull
CONFERENCE PROPOSAL: 2012 WORLD CONGRESS ON IN VITRO BIOLOGY 2012
2012-01671
Wang, Z. THE SAMUEL ROBERTS NOBLE FOUNDATION, INC.
ARDMORE, OKLAHOMA
BriefFull
AN ADAPTIVE FRAMEWORK FOR NON-TARGET RISK ASSESSMENT OF RNAI-BASED, INSECT RESISTANT GM CROPS 2012
2012-01639
Lundgren, J. G. AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE
BROOKINGS, SOUTH DAKOTA
BriefFull
RISK ASSESSMENT OF TRANSGENIC LIVESTOCK PRODUCED USING A RECOMBINANT LENTIVIRUS 2012
2009-01084
Westhusin, M. E. TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY
COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS
BriefFull
UC DAVIS TRANSGENIC ANIMAL RESEARCH CONFERENCE VIII 2011
2011-04434
MURRAY, J. D. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS
DAVIS, CALIFORNIA
BriefFull
DEVELOPING A FRAMEWORK FOR ASSESSING THE RISKS OF IN PLANTA RNAI ON NON-TARGET ARTHROPODS 2011
2011-02228
Zhou, X. UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY
BriefFull
ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF GENETICALLY MODIFIED METARHIZIUM ANISOPLIAE 2011
2011-02221
St. Leger, R. J. UNIV OF MARYLAND
COLLEGE PARK, MARYLAND
BriefFull
AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE POTENTIAL RISKS OF RELEASE OF TRANSGENIC NEW WORLD SCREWWORM FLY COCHLIOMYIA HOMINIVORAX 2011
2011-02202
Scott, M. J. NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIV
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
BriefFull
FOSTERING COEXISTENCE: INDUSTRY-DRIVEN FIELD AND LANDSCAPE RESEARCH ON POLLEN-MEDIATED GENE FLOW IN GENETICALLY ENGINEERED ALFALFA 2011
2011-02242
Greene, S. AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE
PROSSER, WASHINGTON
BriefFull
SCRA CONFERENCE ON US REGULATORY PROCESSES FOR RELEASE OF GENETICALLY ENGINEERED PLANTS AND CROPS 2010
2010-02726
McHughen, A. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
RIVERSIDE, CALIFORNIA
BriefFull
CONFERENCE PROPOSAL: PROBLEM FORMULATION FOR THE ENVIRONMENTAL RISK ASSESSMENT OF RNAI PLANTS 2010
2010-02700
McLean, M. A. ILSI Research Foundation
Washington, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
BriefFull
A MULTIGENERATIONAL ASSESSMENT OF THE FATE AND IMPACT OF CROP GENE INTROGRESSION INTO WILD SUNFLOWER 2010
2010-02709
Burke, J. M. UNIV OF GEORGIA RES FOUNDATION
ATHENS, GEORGIA
BriefFull
ASSESSING THE RISK OF EUROPEAN CORN BORER ADAPTATION TO TRANSGENIC MAIZE 2010
2010-02713
Siegfried, B. UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA
LINCOLN, NEBRASKA
BriefFull
SECOND GENERATION PARATRANSGENISIS FOR CONTROL OF PIERCE’S DISEASE OF GRAPES 2010
2010-02706
Durvasula, R. V. UNIV OF NEW MEXICO
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO
BriefFull
GENE FLOW AND FITNESS STUDIES OF SWITCHGRASS: IMPLICATIONS FOR NEW BIOFUEL CROPS 2010
2010-02725
Snow, A. A. OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY
COLUMBUS, OHIO
BriefFull
POLLEN-MEDIATED GENE FLOW IN SWITCHGRASS 2010
2010-02728
Stewart, C. N. UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE
KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE
BriefFull
OFF-SITE SUPPRESSION OF EUROPEAN CORN BORER AND ITS ECONOMIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS ON MIDWESTERN AND DELMARVA VEGETABLE CROPS DUE TO BT CORN 2009
2009-01078
Dively,G,P UNIV OF MARYLAND
COLLEGE PARK, MARYLAND
BriefFull
GENETIC CONTAINMENT OF TRANSGENIC FUNGI 2009
2009-01071
st.leger, R. UNIV OF MARYLAND
COLLEGE PARK, MARYLAND
BriefFull
DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF A MODEL FOR THE SPREAD AND MANAGEMENT OF AN ESCAPED VIRUS RESISTANT TRANSGENE IN WILD POPULATIONS OF CUCURBITA 2009
2009-01065
Stephenson, A. G. PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY PARK, PENNSYLVANIA
BriefFull
PERSISTENCE AND FUNDAMENTAL CHARACTERIZATION OF A RECOMBINANT MICROORGANISM 13 YEARS AFTER ITS FIELD RELEASE 2009
2009-01064
Ripp, S. CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL BIOTECHNOLOGY
KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE
BriefFull
DEVELOPMENT OF AN EFFICIENT TISSUE-SPECIFIC TRANSGENE REMOVAL AND CONTAINMENT SYSTEM IN PLANTS 2009
2009-01067
Liu, Z. USDA-ARS, APPALACHIAN FRUIT RESEARCH STATION
KEARNEYSVILLE, WEST VIRGINIA
BriefFull
ASSESSING THE POTENTIAL FOR TRANSGENE ALTERATION OF INTESTINAL AND FECAL BACTERIAL POPULATIONS 2008
2008-03039
MURRAY, J. D. UNIV OF CALIFORNIA
DAVIS, CALIFORNIA
BriefFull
QUANTIFYING TRANSGENE FLOW IN PAPAYA 2008
2008-03006
Manshardt, R. M. UNIV OF HAWAII
HONOLULU, HAWAII
BriefFull
ENVIRONMENTAL FATE AND EFFECTS ASSESSMENT FOR A GENETICALLY-ENGINEERED BIOENERGY FEEDSTOCK CROP 2008
2008-03016
Wolt, J. D. Iowa State University of Science and Technology
AMES, IOWA
BriefFull
CONFERENCE ON GENETIC BIOCONTROL OF INVASIVE FISH SPECIES 2008
2008-03043
Kapuscinski, A. R. UNIV OF MINNESOTA
ST PAUL, MINNESOTA
BriefFull
PHAGE RECOMBINASES TO OBTAIN MARKER FREE TRANSPLASTOMIC CROPS 2008
2008-03012
Maliga, P. RUTGERS, THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW JERSEY
NEW BRUNSWICK, NEW JERSEY
BriefFull
ASSESSING THE RISK OF BT PLANTS VS CONVENTIONAL INSECTICIDES INHIBITING BIOLOGICAL CONTROL AND PROMOTING THE EVOLUTION OF RESISTANCE 2008
2008-03007
Shelton, A. M. N Y AGRICULTURAL EXPT STATION
GENEVA, NEW YORK
BriefFull
EVALUATING ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF TRANSGENIC AMERICAN CHESTNUT TREES TO CHESTNUT PRODUCED BY CONVENTIONAL BREEDING 2008
2008-03042
Powell, W. A. STATE UNIV OF NEW YORK
SYRACUSE, NEW YORK
BriefFull
ACCELERATED TESTING OF STERILITY TRANSGENES USING FT-INDUCED FLOWERING IN GRAFTED POPULUS 2008
2008-03017
Strauss, S. H. OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY
CORVALLIS, OREGON
BriefFull
GENE FLOW MATTERS: BRASSICA VEGETABLE SEED CROP PRODUCTION AND TRANSGENIC CANOLA 2008
2008-03015
Mallory-Smith, C. OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY
CORVALLIS, OREGON
BriefFull
RISK OF RESISTANCE TO PYRAMIDED BT TOXINS 2008
2008-03046
Jurat-Fuentes, J. L. UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE
KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE
BriefFull
IMPROVED TRANSFORMATION OF CHLOROPLASTS 2008
2008-03052
Bendich, J. A. UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON
BriefFull
INTRAGENIC TOOLS FOR IMPROVED RICE BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOSAFETY 2007
2007-03048
Thilmony, R. L. USDA, ARS, Pacific West Area
Albany, CALIFORNIA
BriefFull
ESTIMATING THE FREQUENCY AND IMPACT OF TRANSGENE INTROGRESSION FROM WHEAT TO JOINTED GOATGRASS 2007
2007-03076
Byrne, P. F. COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY
FORT COLLINS, COLORADO
BriefFull
FIELD EVALUATION AND REFINEMENT OF ‘GM-GENE-DELETOR’ TECHNOLOGY 2007
2007-03045
Li, Y. UNIV OF CONNECTICUT
STORRS, CONNECTICUT
BriefFull
PREDICTIVE ECOLOGY AND DETECTION OF A RECOMBINANT BIOCONTROL FUNGUS IN SOIL 2007
2007-03044
Knudsen, G. R. UNIV OF IDAHO
MOSCOW, IDAHO
BriefFull
EFFECTS OF NEW BT PRODUCTS AND LARVAL ECOLOGY ON THE RELATIVE RISKS OF EUROPEAN CORN BORER IRM STRATEGIES 2007
2007-03047
Hellmich, R. L. AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE
AMES, IOWA
BriefFull
METEOROLOGICAL INFLUENCES ON ESCAPE OF TRANSGENES 2007
2007-03053
Arritt, R. W. IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY
AMES, IOWA
BriefFull
NEW TECHNOLOGY FOR THE DETECTION OF INSECT-RESISTANT TRANSGENIC PLANTS AND INSECT RESISTANCE 2007
2007-03088
Roe, R. M. NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIV
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
BriefFull
AN INTEGRATED DUAL SITE-SPECIFIC RECOMBINATION SYSTEM FOR USE IN DEVELOPING ENVIRONMENTALLY SAFE AND CLEAN TRANSGENIC TURFGRASS 2007
2007-03062
Luo, H. CLEMSON UNIVERSITY
CLEMSON, SOUTH CAROLINA
BriefFull
UNBIASED TAGGING, ISOLATION, AND GENOMIC CHARACTERIZATION OF BACTERIOPHAGE TRANSDUCTION IN WASTEWATER ECOSYSTEMS 2007
2007-03056
Ripp, S. A. CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL BIOTECHNOLOGY
KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE
BriefFull
ECOLOGY AND FITNESS OF TRANSGENIC PSEUDOMONAS FLUORESCENS 2007
2007-03058
Weller, D. M. AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE
PULLMAN, WASHINGTON
BriefFull
AN INTEGRATED RNAI AND AMIRNA SILENCING-BASED APPROACH FOR ECO-FRIENDLY AND -STABLE STERILITY EFFECTIVE FOR TRANSGENE CONTAINMENT IN PLANTS 2007
2007-03054
Liu, Z. AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE
KEARNEYSVILLE, WEST VIRGINIA
BriefFull
EXTENDING THE NET FITNESS MODELS FOR PREDICTION OF TRANSGENE FATE TO INCORPORATE UNCERTAINTY AND VALIDATION OF THE MODEL 2007
2007-04919
Rosa, G. UNIV OF WISCONSIN
MADISON, WISCONSIN
BriefFull
RECOMBINASE-MEDIATED TARGETED GENE INTEGRATION AND EXCISION FOR MARKER-FREE TRANSGENIC CROPS 2006
2006-03691
Srivastava, V. UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS
FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS
BriefFull
INDUSTRIAL CROPS: DEMONSTRATION OF A PRACTICAL SEED STERILITY SYSTEM 2006
2006-03688
Howard, J. APPLIED BIOTECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE
SAN LUIS OBISPO, CALIFORNIA
BriefFull
WORKSHOP ON REGULATION OF BIOLOGICAL PEST CONTROL AGENTS: COMMUNICATING WITH THE REGULATED COMMUNITY 2006
2006-03712
Miller, T. A. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
RIVERSIDE, CALIFORNIA
BriefFull
FITNESS-RELATED QTLS AND THE MITIGATION OF CROP-WILD GENE FLOW IN SUNFLOWER 2006
2006-03713
Burke, J. M. UNIV OF GEORGIA RES FOUNDATION
ATHENS, GEORGIA
BriefFull
TRACKING THE MOVEMENTS OF TRANSGENIC TOXINS THROUGH COMPLEX FOOD WEBS 2006
2006-03689
Harwood, J. D. UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY
BriefFull
RISK OF WESTERN CORN ROOTWORM ADAPTATION TO TRANSGENIC CORN 2006
2006-03700
Hibbard, B. E. AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE
COLUMBIA, MISSOURI
BriefFull
QUANTIFYING RISK FACTORS FOR EVOLUTION OF EUROPEAN CORN BORER RESISTANCE TO CRY1F EXPRESSING CORN HYBRIDS 2006
2006-03697
Siegfried, B. D. UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA
LINCOLN, NEBRASKA
BriefFull
RISKS OF CROSS-RESISTANCE TO DIVERSE BT TOXINS 2006
2006-03706
Gould, F. NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIV
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
BriefFull
EFFECTS OF EARLY LIFE HISTORY STAGES AND COMPETITION ON CROP GENE INTROGRESSION IN WILD SUNFLOWER 2006
2006-03681
Snow, A. A. OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY
WOOSTER, OHIO
BriefFull
BIOCONTAINMENT VIA RECOMBINATION: REMOVAL OF TRANSGENES FROM CANOLA POLLEN 2006
2006-03690
Stewart, C. N. UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE
KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE
BriefFull
EFFECTS OF COLEOPTERAN-ACTIVE B+ CORN ON MULTIPLE TROPHIC LEVELS IN SOIL COMMUNITIES 2006
2006-00659
Neher, D. A. UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT
BURLINGTON, VERMONT
BriefFull
EFFICIENT TISSUE-SPECIFIC TRANSGENE REMOVAL AND CONTAINMENT SYSTEM (TRECS) IN PLANTS 2006
2006-03701
Liu, Z. AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE
KEARNEYSVILLE, WEST VIRGINIA
BriefFull
BIOLOGICAL CONTAINMENT OF GENETICALLY ENGINEERED FISH 2005
2005-03782
Van Eenennaam, A. L. UNIV OF CALIFORNIA
DAVIS, CALIFORNIA
BriefFull
ASSESSING GENE FLOW IN A HONEY BEE POLLINATED OUTCROSSING CROP 2005
2005-03785
Teuber, L. R. UNIV OF CALIFORNIA
DAVIS, CALIFORNIA
BriefFull
RISK ASSESSMENT OF A-LACTALBUMIN TRANSGENIC PIGS 2005
2005-03799
Wheeler, M. B. UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
URBANA, ILLINOIS
BriefFull
COUPLING LAGRANGIAN STOCHASTICS AND LARGE EDDY SIMULATION TO PREDICT LONG DISTANCE DISPERSAL OF POLLEN 2005
2005-03808
Westgate, M. E. IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY
AMES, IOWA
BriefFull
RISK ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGY FOR PLANT INCORPORATED INSECTICIDAL PRODUCTS ON NON-TARGET AQUATIC ORGANISMS 2005
2005-03780
Lamp, W. UNIV OF MARYLAND
COLLEGE PARK, MARYLAND
BriefFull
ENVIRONMENTAL RISK ASSESSMENT OF SECONDARY EFFECTS ASSOCIATED WITH ENGINEERED ABIOTIC STRESS TOLERANCE OF REG. OR MET. GENES 2005
2005-03802
Grumet, R. MICHIGAN STATE UNIV
EAST LANSING, MICHIGAN
BriefFull
TRANSGENIC VIRUS RESISTANT SQUASH: ECOLOGICAL EFFECT TEN YEARS AFTER COMMERCIAL RELEASE 2005
2005-03806
Pilson, D. UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA
LINCOLN, NEBRASKA
BriefFull
THE PHIC31 PHAGE RECOMBINASE TO OBTAIN MARKER FREE TRANSPLASTOMIC CROPS 2005
2005-03791
Maliga, P. RUTGERS UNIVERSITY
NEW BRUNSWICK, NEW JERSEY
BriefFull
PREDICTING GENE FLOW FROM TRANSGENIC PINE POLLEN 2005
2005-03804
Williams, C. G. DUKE UNIVERSITY
DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA
BriefFull
DEVELOPMENT OF CONTROLLED TOTAL VEGETATIVE GROWTH FOR PREVENTION OF TRANSGENE ESCAPE FROM GENETICALLY MODIFIED TURFGRASS 2005
2005-03787
Luo, H. CLEMSON UNIVERSITY
CLEMSON, SOUTH CAROLINA
BriefFull
IMPACT OF COLEOPTERAN-ACTIVE BT CORN ON NON-TARGET SOIL MICRO-FAUNAL COMMUNITIES 2005
2005-00728
Neher, D. A. UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT
BURLINGTON, VERMONT
BriefFull
ENVIRONMENTAL RISK ASSESSMENT PARAMETERS FOR GROWTH HORMONE TRANSGENIC ATLANTIC SALMON, SALMO SALAR 2005
2005-03781
Hallerman, E. M. VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE
BLACKSBURG, VIRGINIA
BriefFull
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF TRANSGENIC ALCALIGENES USED TO CONTROL PIERCE’S DISEASE 2004
2004-02945
Miller, T. A. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
RIVERSIDE, CALIFORNIA
BriefFull
QUANTIFYING AERIAL DISPERSAL OF CORN (ZEA MAYS) POLLEN 2004
2004-02838
Aylor, D. E. CONNECTICUT AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION
NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT
BriefFull
DEVELOPMENT AND COMPARISON OF ALTERNATIVE STRATEGIES TO CONTROL DISPERSAL OF TRANSGENIC BAHIAGRASS (PASPALUM NOTATUM) INTO NATURAL AREAS 2004
2004-02866
Altpeter, F. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
BriefFull
RECOMMENDED PROTOCOLS FOR FIELD EVALUATIONS OF NON-TARGET ORGANISMS IN BT CROPS 2004
2004-02859
Hellmich, R. L. AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE
AMES, IOWA
BriefFull
EXTENDING THE MODELS FOR PREDICTION OF TRANSGENE FATE TO INCORPORATE UNCERTAINTY AND VALIDATION OF THE MODEL 2004
2004-02841
Rosa, G. J. MICHIGAN STATE UNIV
EAST LANSING, MICHIGAN
BriefFull
BIOSAFETY EVALUATION OF PLASTID TRANSGENES 2004
2004-02847
Maliga, P. RUTGERS UNIVERSITY
NEW BRUNSWICK, NEW JERSEY
BriefFull
GENE FLOW IN TRANSGENIC TALL FESCUE AND RYEGRASSES: POLLEN DISPERSAL AND HYBRIDIZATION POTENTIAL WITH RELATED GRASS SPECIES 2004
2004-02865
Wang, Z. SAMUEL ROBERTS NOBLE FOUNDATION, INC.
ARDMORE, OKLAHOMA
BriefFull
FIELD EVALUATION OF SEMI-DWARFISM TRANSGENES FOR BIOSAFETY OF TRANSGENIC WOODY PLANTS 2004
2004-02869
Strauss, S. H. OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY
CORVALLIS, OREGON
BriefFull
FATE AND IMPACT OF GENE MIGRATION FROM TRANSGENIC CREEPING BENTGRASS PRODUCTION FIELDS 2004
2004-02875
Mallory-Smith, C. OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY
CORVALLIS, OREGON
BriefFull
GENETIC LOAD, FITNESS, AND COMPETITION OF INSECT RESISTANT AND TANDEM CONSTRUCT CROP X WEED HYBRIDS 2004
2004-02853
Stewart, C. N. UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE
KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE
BriefFull
ECOLOGY OF TRANSGENIC ANTIBIOTIC-PRODUCING PSEUDOMONAS FLUORESCENS 2004
2004-02836
Weller, D. M. AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE
PULLMAN, WASHINGTON
BriefFull
ASSESSING AND MINIMIZING THE RISK OF PINK BOLLWORM RESISTANCE TO BT COTTON 2003
2003-04371
Carriere, Y. UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA
TUCSON, ARIZONA
BriefFull
POTENTIAL FITNESS IMPACTS OF GENE FLOW FROM BT CROPS TO WILD RELATIVES 2003
2003-04353
Letourneau, D. K. UNIV OF CALIFORNIA
SANTA CRUZ, CALIFORNIA
BriefFull
GMOS IN 2030: REAPING THE PROMISE WHILE LEAPING THE PITFALLS- AN INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2003
2003-04333
Ellstrand, N. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
RIVERSIDE, CALIFORNIA
BriefFull
ESTIMATING LANDSCAPE-LEVEL GENE FLOW IN WHEAT AND JOINED GOATGRASS 2003
2003-04370
Byrne, P. F. COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY
FORT COLLINS, COLORADO
BriefFull
RISK ANALYSIS AND ENHANCEMENT OF TRANSGENE STABILITY IN INSECTS FOR BIOLOGICAL CONTROL 2003
2003-04383
Handler, A. M. AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
BriefFull
ASSESSING THE RISK OF RESISTANCE TO BT CORN BY ROTATION-RESISTANT ROOTWORMS 2003
2003-04373
Onstad, D. W. UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
URBANA, ILLINOIS
BriefFull
FITNESS EFFECTS AND INTROGRESSION OF DOMESTICATION QTLS IN WILD SUNFLOWERS 2003
2003-04357
Rieseberg, L. H. INDIANA UNIVERSITY
BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA
BriefFull
BIOLOGICAL AND PHYSICAL DETERMINANTS OF OUTCROSSING BY ADVENTITIOUS CORN POLLEN 2003
2003-04365
Westgate, M. E. IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY
AMES, IOWA
BriefFull
DEVELOPMENT OF ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES FOR ENVIRONMENTAL DETECTION AND QUANTIFICATION OF THE BT TOXIN FROM TRANSGENIC CORN 2003
2003-04339
Coats, J. R. IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY
AMES, IOWA
BriefFull
BEYOND BIODIVERSITY: ECOLOGICAL FUNCTION ASSESSMENT IN THE BT CORN SYSTEM 2003
2003-04337
Losey, J. CORNELL UNIVERSITY
ITHACA, NEW YORK
BriefFull
EVALUATING AND MITIGATING POSSIBLE EFFECTS OF GENE FLOW FROM TRANSGENIC, NATURAL RUBBER-PRODUCING SUNFLOWER 2003
2003-04336
snow, A. A. OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY RESEARCH FOUNDATION
COLUMBUS, OHIO
BriefFull
EFFECTS OF COLEOPTERAN-ACTIVE BT CORN ON MULTIPLE TROPHIC LEVELS IN SOIL COMMUNITIES 2003
2003-04349
Neher, D. A. UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO
TOLEDO, OHIO
BriefFull
FIELD TESTS OF TRANSGENE CONFINEMENT STRATEGIES IN TREES: EVALUATION OF ABLATION, GENE SUPPRESION, AND FLOWERING ONSET GENES IN POPLAR 2003
2003-04345
Strauss, S. H. OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY
CORVALLIS, OREGON
BriefFull
GENE FLOW POTENTIAL AND ESTABLISHMENT OF A TRANSGENE INTO CULTIVATED LANDRACES 2002
2002-03296
Ellstrand, N. C. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
RIVERSIDE, CALIFORNIA
BriefFull
EFFECT OF TROPHIC COMPLEXITY ON APPARENT FITNESS OF A RECOMBINANT FUNGUS IN SOIL 2002
2002-03303
Knudsen, G. R. UNIV OF IDAHO
MOSCOW, IDAHO
BriefFull
RISK ASSESSMENT OF USING FUNGAL INSECTICIDES: IMPACT ON INDIGENOUS, CONSPECIFIC FUNGAL POPULATIONS 2002
2002-03267
Annis, S. L. UNIVERSITY OF MAINE
ORONO, MAINE
BriefFull
TRANSGENIC CORN AND CORN ROOTWORMS: ASSESSING THE RISK OF HOST-PLANT SWITCHING IN A CHANGING WEED MANAGEMENT ENVIRONMENT 2002
2002-03295
Ostlie, K. R. UNIV OF MINNESOTA
ST PAUL, MINNESOTA
BriefFull
LARGE SCALE ECOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF HERBICIDE TOLERANT CROPS ON AVIAN COMMUNITIES AND REPRODUCTION 2002
2002-03269
Wolfenbarger, L. L. UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA AT OMAHA
OMAHA, NEBRASKA
BriefFull
IMPACT OF COLEOPTERAN-ACTIVE BT CORN ON NON-TARGET SOIL MICRO-FAUNAL COMMUNITIES 2002
2002-03281
Neher, D. A. UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO
TOLEDO, OHIO
BriefFull
ECOTOXICOLOGY OF TRANSGENIC MAIZE IN NORTHEASTERN AGROECOSYSTEMS 2002
2002-03292
Fleischer, S. J. PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY PARK, PENNSYLVANIA
BriefFull
ASSESSMENT OF WEEDINESS AND FERTILITY OF HYBRIDS BETWEEN CREEPING BENTGRASS AND RELATED SPECIES 2001
2001-03744
Belanger, F. C. RUTGERS UNIVERSITY
NEW BRUNSWICK, NEW JERSEY
BriefFull
ASSESSING THE COMPARATIVE RISK OF CRW TRANSGENIC CORN AND CHLORPYRIFOS TO THE SOIL MICROBIAL COMMUNITY 2001
2001-03746
Thies, J. E. CORNELL UNIVERSITY
ITHACA, NEW YORK
BriefFull
ASSESSING THE RISK OF INSECT ADAPTATION TO TRANSGENIC PLANTS WITH STACKED BT GENES 2001
2001-03735
Shelton, A. M. N Y AGRICULTURAL EXPT STATION
GENEVA, NEW YORK
BriefFull
DNA MARKERS FOR BT-RESISTANCE IN FIELD POPULATIONS OF HELIOTHIS VIRESCENS 2001
2001-03729
Gahan, L. J. CLEMSON UNIVERSITY
CLEMSON, SOUTH CAROLINA
BriefFull
MOVEMENT AND ECOLOGICAL PERFORMANCE OF A BT TRANSGENES FROM CANOLA TO WILD RELATIVES 2001
2001-03726
Stewart, C. N. UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE
KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE
BriefFull
RISK ASSESSMENT OF INCREASED SOILBORNE DISEASE PRESSURE IN GLYPHOSATE TOLERANT WHEAT PRODUCTION 2001
2001-03734
Kidwell, K. K. WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY
PULLMAN, WASHINGTON
BriefFull
RISK ASSESSMENT OF A RECOMBINANT BACULOVIRUS EXPRESSING A PROTEASE 2000
2000-04035
Bonning, B. C. IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY
AMES, IOWA
BriefFull
ASSESSING ECOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES OF LOW-LIGNIN AND FAST-GROWTH TRANSGENIC ASPEN 2000
2000-04036
Tsai, C. PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY RESEARCH CENTER
HOUGHTON, MICHIGAN
BriefFull


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