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    • Potential concerns of different stakeholders to genetically engineered specialty crops 

      Jaffe, Gregory (NABC, 2013)
      We need strong, but not stifling, regulation to reassure consumers—“appropriate regulation.” It can be streamlined by using preexisting data. The primary emphasis should be on issues that pose the greatest potential risk ...
    • Q&A 

      Unknown author (NABC, 2013)
      Case studies
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      Unknown author (NABC, 2013)
      The regulatory process and technology access for specialty crops
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      Unknown author (NABC, 2013)
      The regulatory process and technology access for specialty crops
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      Unknown author (NABC, 2013)
      Perspectives from relevant groups
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      Unknown author (NABC, 2013)
      Opportunities and challenges for specialty Crops: Will they sell if developed?
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      Unknown author (NABC, 2013)
      Genetic engineering and specialty-crop improvement
    • Reflections on the past, present and future of USDA’s regulation of agricultural biotechnology 

      Heron, David (NABC, 2013)
      View of the history, present situation and expectations for the future of regulation of GMOs.
    • Regulation of plant-incorporated protectants by the us environmental protection agency 

      Wozniak, Chris A. (NABC, 2013)
      Consultations with the EPA before applying for deregulation of a GMO can be very informal and will be treated as confidential. It is advisable to have consultations early on because they may lead to beneficial alterations, ...
    • Specialty crops and human health impacts 

      Lila, Mary Ann (NABC, 2013)
      Scientists from seven universities on the North Carolina Research Campus are focused on specialty crops that provide bioactive compounds, which interface with human therapeutic targets to counteract chronic disease or ...
    • Student Voice report 

      Bernard, Matthew; Fallahi, Parisa; Jamiyansuren, Bolormaa; Laney, Alma (NABC, 2013)
      Student Voice report and recommendations
    • Technology evolution in vegetables 

      Purcell, John P. (NABC, 2013)
      Ag Biologicals are widely used in vegetable crops. They are particularly advantageous when used in protected culture, i.e. within net houses, plastic houses, or glass houses, in which finer environmental control is possible, ...
    • The Canadian regulatory process for plants with novel traits 

      McAllister, Patricia (NABC, 2013)
      Canada’s regulations are product-based, not process-based. We have authority within the regulations for departments to approve products derived from biotechnology after the completion of the required safety reviews, and—once ...
    • The “stacked” pipeline of biotech specialty crops and regulatory/market barriers to coexistence 

      Redick, Thomas P (NABC, 2013)
      Biotech specialty crops face a number of potential barriers. Regulatory uncertainty over new plant-breeding methods and costly overseas approvals could complicate plans for commercialization. Stacking a generic crop aids ...
    • Transforming modern agriculture through synthetic genomics 

      Flatt, Jim (NABC, 2013)
      There is cutting-edge science underway and it is applied within Synthetic Genomics, not specifically on specialty crops as defined, but on low-acreage or potential crops of the future. Many of these concepts will apply to ...
    • Transgenic papaya story: still a public-sector anomaly? 

      Gonsalves, Dennis (NABC, 2013)
      Papaya is the cheapest, most nutritious fruit in Hawaii. When papaya in Hawaii was threatened by the PRS virus. Efforts were made to save the crop, but all conventional methods failed, threatening a major basic food source ...