Nutritional and safety assessments of foods and feeds nutritionally improved through biotechnology: an executive summary

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Chassy, B.; Hlywka, J.J.; Kleter, G.A.; Kok, E.J.; Kuiper, H.A.; McGloughlin, M.;
(2004)
  • Subject: genetically-modified foods | polyunsaturated fatty-acids | medium-chain triglyceride | glyphosate-tolerant corn | coronary-heart-disease | zea-mays l. | postmarketing surveillance | mass-spectrometry | soybean glycinin | gene-expression

The global demand for food is increasing because of the growing world population. At the same time, availability of arable land is shrinking. Traditional plant breeding methods have made and will continue to make important contributions toward meeting the need for more ... View more
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