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Fecha: 11.07.2015   Tamaño: 914.26 KB  
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Laboratory Rodent Diets Contain Toxic Levels of Environmental Contaminants: Implications for Regulatory Tests

Robin Mesnage , Nicolas Defarge , Louis-Marie Rocque, Joël Spiroux de Vendômois, Gilles-Eric Séralin

Fecha: 14.01.2014   Tamaño: 247.82 KB  
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Cultivation-independent establishment of genetically engineered plants in natural populations: current evidence and implications for EU regulation

 Andreas Bauer-Panskus1, Broder Breckling23, Sylvia Hamberger4 and Christoph Then5*


1 epigen, Frohschammerstr. 14, Munich 80807, Germany

2 Landscape Ecology, University of Vechta, Driverstrasse 22, Vechta 49377, Germany

3 UFT Centre of Environmental Research and Sustainable Technology, University of Bremen, Bibliothekstrasse 1, Bremen 28359, Germany

4 Gesellschaft für Ökologische Forschung, Frohschammerstr. 14, Munich 80807, Germany

5 Testbiotech, Frohschammerstr. 14, Munich 80807, Germany

Fecha: 18.10.2017   Tamaño: 1.50 MB  
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Pervasive presence of transgenes and glyphosate in maize-derived food in Mexico

Presencia masiva de transgenes y del herbicida glifosato en alimentos derivados de maíz en México

E. González-Ortega, A. Piñeyro-Nelson, E. Gómez-Hernández, E. Monterrubio-Vázquez, M. Arleo, J. Dávila-Velderrain, C. Martínez-Debat & E.R. Álvarez-Buylla


Lista de alimentos analizados en González-Ortega et al. (2017)

Fecha: 24.01.2012   Tamaño: 28.16 KB  
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In this article, we attempt to find the spatial relations between deforestation and biofuel production at global level by analyzing available global deforestation and biofuels data, and find that, for a variety of reasons relating to data availability and its characteristics, and the way biofuels are produced, this task is extremely difficult if not virtually impossible. Then we bring down the scale of the analysis to the case study level and provide a detailed methodology for analyzing the spatial relation between deforestation and biofuel development. We argue that this multi-scale approach, based on systematic sampling at the case study level would help to better understand the relation between biofuels and deforestation. Given the fact that biofuels are a highly contested approach to reduction of global carbon emissions, and that different lobbies in this debate are making claims that deforestation is, or is not, occurring as a result of the expansion of biofuel production, clarity on the methodological difficulties of making statements of this kind, at least in a global spatial analysis, may help avoid false conclusions being promulgated in the future.

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Fecha: 15.09.2016   Tamaño: 2.07 MB  
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