Animal Nutrition with Transgenic Plan (CABI Biotechnology Series)

Animal Nutrition with Transgenic Plan (CABI Biotechnology Series)

By: Gerhard Flachowsky (editor), Agnes Ricroch (contributor), Atte von Wright (contributor), Thomas Frenzel (contributor), Marc De Loose (contributor), Ralf Einspanier (contributor), Yi Liu (contributor), Qaim Qaim (contributor), Emilio Rodriguez-Cerezo (contributor), Wen Wen (contributor)Hardback

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Description

* Gathers together more than 150 feeding studies with food-producing animals and covers both first and second generation transgenic plants * The first central resource of this information for researchers, students and policy makers * Includes contributions from a wide range of specialists in the field

About Author

Gerhard Flachowsky is a member of the GMO-Panel of the European Food Safety Authority Since May 2009: Visiting Senior Scientist at the Institute of Animal Nutrition Until April 2009: Head of the Institute of Animal Nutrition; Friedrich-Loeffler-Institute; Germany

Contents

I: Preface 1: Introduction and Background - Challenges and Limitations of GM Plants for Animal Nutrition 2: Fundamentals of Plant Biotechnology 3: Guidance Documents for Nutritional and Safety Assessment of Feeds from GM Plants 4: Compositional Analysis for Nutritional and Safety Assessment of Feeds from GM Plants 5: Types of Feeding Studies for Nutritional and Safety Assessment of Feeds from GM Plants 6: Feeding Studies with First-generation GM Plants (Input Traits) with Food-producing Animals 7: Feeding Studies with Second-generation GM Plants (Output Traits) with Food-producing Animals 8: Long-term and Multi-generational Animal Feeding Studies 9: The Fate of Transgenic DNA and Newly Expressed Proteins 10: Influence of Feeds from GM Plants on Composition/Quality of Food of Animal Origin 11: Feed Additives Produced by GM Microorganisms (GMMs) 12: The Pipeline of GM Crops for Improved Animal Feed: Challenges for Commercial Use 13: Cultivation and Developments in the Field of GM Plants in Asia 14: Socio-economic Aspects of Growing GM Crops 15: Public Acceptance of GM Plants

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9781780641768
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 248
  • ID: 9781780641768
  • weight: 740
  • ISBN10: 1780641761

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