REFERENCES

Birch, A. N. E., I. E. Geoghegan, M. E. N. Majerus, J. W. McNicol, C. A. Hackett, A. M. R. Gatehouse, and J. A. Gatehouse. 1999. Tri-trophic interactions involving pest aphids, predatory 2-spot ladybirds and transgenic potatoes expressing snowdrop lectin for aphid resistance. Molecular Breeding 5, no. 1: 75-83.

Campbell, L. H., and A. S. Cooke (eds.). 1993. A review of the indirect effects of pesticides on birds. JNCC Reports, No. 227. Peterborough, England: Joint Nature Conservation Committee.

Conway, G. 1999. The doubly green revolution: food for all in the twenty-first century . Cornell University Press.

Conway, G., and G. Toenniessen. 1999. Feeding the world in the twenty-first century. Nature 402, no. 6761 Suppl: C55-58.

Cook, R. J. 2000. Science-based risk assessment for the approval and use of plants in agricultural and other environments. Agricultural biotechnology and the poor: proceedings of an international conference, Washington, D.C., 21-22 October 1999, editors G. J. Persley, and M. M. Lantin. Washington, D.C.: Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research.

Daniell, H. 1999. Gm crops: public perception and scientific solutions. Trends in Plant Science 4 , no. 12: 467-69.

Daniell, H., R. Datta, S. Varma, S. Gray, and S. Lee. 1998. Containment of herbicide resistance through genetic engineering of the chloroplast genome. Nature Biotechnology 16, no. 4: 345-48.

de la Fuente, J. M., V. Ramirez-Rodriguez, J. L. Cabrera-Ponce, and L. Herrera-Estrella. 1997. Aluminum tolerance in transgenic plants by alteration of citrate synthesis. Science 276, no. 5318: 1566-68.

Ellstrand, N. C., H. C. Prentice, and J. F. Hancock. 1999. Gene flow and introgression from domesticated plants into their wild relatives. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 30: 539-63.

Falck-Zepeda, J. B., G. Traxler, and R. G. Nelson. 1999. Rent creation and distribution from the first three years of planting Bt cotton. ISAAA Briefs No. 13. Ithaca, NY: ISAAA.

Gonsalves, D. 1998. Control of papaya ringspot virus in papaya: a case study. Annual Review of Phytopathology: 415-37.

Goto, F., T. Yoshihara, N. Shigemoto, S. Toki, and F. Takaiwa. 1999. Iron fortification of rice seed by the soybean ferritin gene. Nature Biotechnology 17, no. 3: 282-86.



The National Academies | 500 Fifth St. N.W. | Washington, D.C. 20001
Copyright © National Academy of Sciences. All rights reserved.
Terms of Use and Privacy Statement



Below are the first 10 and last 10 pages of uncorrected machine-read text (when available) of this chapter, followed by the top 30 algorithmically extracted key phrases from the chapter as a whole.
Intended to provide our own search engines and external engines with highly rich, chapter-representative searchable text on the opening pages of each chapter. Because it is UNCORRECTED material, please consider the following text as a useful but insufficient proxy for the authoritative book pages.

Do not use for reproduction, copying, pasting, or reading; exclusively for search engines.

OCR for page 35
TRANSGENIC PLANTS AND WORLD AGRICULTURE REFERENCES Birch, A. N. E., I. E. Geoghegan, M. E. N. Majerus, J. W. McNicol, C. A. Hackett, A. M. R. Gatehouse, and J. A. Gatehouse. 1999. Tri-trophic interactions involving pest aphids, predatory 2-spot ladybirds and transgenic potatoes expressing snowdrop lectin for aphid resistance. Molecular Breeding 5, no. 1: 75-83. Campbell, L. H., and A. S. Cooke (eds.). 1993. A review of the indirect effects of pesticides on birds. JNCC Reports, No. 227. Peterborough, England: Joint Nature Conservation Committee. Conway, G. 1999. The doubly green revolution: food for all in the twenty-first century . Cornell University Press. Conway, G., and G. Toenniessen. 1999. Feeding the world in the twenty-first century. Nature 402, no. 6761 Suppl: C55-58. Cook, R. J. 2000. Science-based risk assessment for the approval and use of plants in agricultural and other environments. Agricultural biotechnology and the poor: proceedings of an international conference, Washington, D.C., 21-22 October 1999, editors G. J. Persley, and M. M. Lantin. Washington, D.C.: Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research. Daniell, H. 1999. Gm crops: public perception and scientific solutions. Trends in Plant Science 4 , no. 12: 467-69. Daniell, H., R. Datta, S. Varma, S. Gray, and S. Lee. 1998. Containment of herbicide resistance through genetic engineering of the chloroplast genome. Nature Biotechnology 16, no. 4: 345-48. de la Fuente, J. M., V. Ramirez-Rodriguez, J. L. Cabrera-Ponce, and L. Herrera-Estrella. 1997. Aluminum tolerance in transgenic plants by alteration of citrate synthesis. Science 276, no. 5318: 1566-68. Ellstrand, N. C., H. C. Prentice, and J. F. Hancock. 1999. Gene flow and introgression from domesticated plants into their wild relatives. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 30: 539-63. Falck-Zepeda, J. B., G. Traxler, and R. G. Nelson. 1999. Rent creation and distribution from the first three years of planting Bt cotton. ISAAA Briefs No. 13. Ithaca, NY: ISAAA. Gonsalves, D. 1998. Control of papaya ringspot virus in papaya: a case study. Annual Review of Phytopathology: 415-37. Goto, F., T. Yoshihara, N. Shigemoto, S. Toki, and F. Takaiwa. 1999. Iron fortification of rice seed by the soybean ferritin gene. Nature Biotechnology 17, no. 3: 282-86.

OCR for page 35
TRANSGENIC PLANTS AND WORLD AGRICULTURE Hilbeck, A., M. Baumgartner, P. M. Fried, and F. Bigler. 1998. Effects of transgenic Bacillus thuringiensis corn-fed prey on mortality and development time of immature Chrysoperla carnea (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae). Environmental Entomology 27, no. 2: 480-487. Hokanson, S. C., J. F. Hancock, and R. Grumet. 1997. Direct comparison of pollen-mediated movement of native and engineered genes. Euphytica 96, no. 3: 397-403. James, C. 1999. Global Status of Commercialized Transgenic Crops: 1999. ISAAA Briefs No.12. Ithaca, NY: ISAAA. Leech, M. J., K. May, D. Hallard, R. Verpoorte, V. De Luca, and P. Christou. 1998. Expression of two consecutive genes of a secondary metabolic pathway in transgenic tobacco: molecular diversity influences levels of expression and product accumulation. Plant Molecular Biology 38, no. 5: 765-74. Liu, Y., G. Wang, J. Liu, X Peng, Y. Xie, J. Dai, S. Guo, and F. Zhang. 1999. Transfer of E. coli gutD gene into maize and regeneration of salt-tolerant transgenic plants. Science in China. Series C, Life Sciences 42, no. 1: 90-95. Lucca, P. 1999. Genetic engineering approaches to improve the bioavailability and the level of iron in rice grains. General Meeting of the International Program on Rice Biotechnology, Phuket, Thailand, September 20-24, 1999. May, R. 1999. Genetically modified foods: facts, worries, policies and public confidence . Great Britain: Office of Science and Technology. Mikkelsen, T. R., B. Andersen, and R. B. Jorgensen. 1996. The risk of crop transgene spread. Nature 380, no. 6569: 31. Nations, J. D., and R. B. Nigh. 1981. The evolutionary potential of lacandon maya mexico sustained yield tropical forest agriculture. JAR 36, no. 1: 1-30. Nelson, G. C., A. De Pinto, D. Bullock, E. I. Nitsi, M. Rosegrant, T. Josling, J. Babinard, C. Cunningham, L. Unnevehr, and L. Hill. 1999. The economics and politics of genetically modified organisms in agriculture: implications for WTO 2000. Bulletin 809. Illinois: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Nuffield Council on Bioethics. 1999. Genetically modified crops: the ethical and social issues. London: Nuffield Council on Bioethics. Oliver, M. J., J. E. Quisenberry, N. L. G. Trolinder, D. L. Keim. 1995. Control of plant gene expression. United States Patent 5,723,765. Peng, J., D. E. Richards, N. M. Hartley, G. P. Murphy, K. M. Devos, J. E. Flintham, J. Beales, L. J. Fish, A. J. Worland, F. Pelica, D. Sudhakar, P. Christou, J. W. Snape, M. D. Gale, and N. P. Harberd. 1999. ‘Green revolution' genes encode mutant gibberellin response modulators. Nature 400, no. 6741: 256-61. Pinstrup-Andersen, P. and R. Pandya-Lorch. 2000. Meeting food needs in the 21st century: how many and who will be at risk? Presented at AAAS Annual meeting, February 2000, Washington, D.C. Pinstrup-Andersen, P., R. Pandya-Lorch, and M. W. Rosegrant. 1999. World food prospects: critical issues for the early twenty-first century. Washington, D.C.: International Food Policy Research Institute. Pinto, Y. M., R. A. Kok, and D. C. Baulcombe. 1999. Resistance to rice yellow mottle virus (RYMV) in cultivated African rice varieties containing RYMV transgenes. Nature Biotechnology 17, no. 7: 702-7.

OCR for page 35
TRANSGENIC PLANTS AND WORLD AGRICULTURE Riddick, E. W., and P. Barbosa. 1998. Impact of Cry3A-intoxicated Leptinotarsa decemlineata, (Coleoptera: Chrysome lidae) and pollen on consumption, development, and fecundity of Coleomegilla maculata (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 91, no. 3: 303-7. Scheffler, J. A., R. Parkinson, and P. J. Dale. 1993. Frequency and distance of pollen dispersal from transgenic oilseed rape (Brassica napus). Transgenic Research 2, no. 6: 356-64. Scott, S. E., and M. J. Wilkinson. 1999. Low probability of chloroplast movement from oilseed rape (Brassica napus) into wild Brassica rapa. Nature Biotechnology 17, no. 4: 390-392. Souza, M. T., Jr. 1999. Analysis of the resistance in genetically engineered papaya against papaya ringspot potyvirus, partial characterization of the PRSV.Brazil.Bahia isolate, and development of transgenic papaya for Brazil. Cornell University. Stiglitz, J. E. 1993. Economics. New York: W.W. Norton. Stoger, E., C. Vaquero, E. Torres, M. Sack, L. Nicholson, J. Drossard, S. Williams, D. Keen, Y. Perrin, P. Christou, and R. Fischer. 2000. Cereal crops as viable production and storage systems for pharmaceutical scFv antibodies. Plant Molecular Biology 42, no. 4: 583-90. Thanavala, Y., Y. F. Yang, P. Lyons, H. S. Mason, and C. Arntzen. 1995. Immunogenicity of transgenic plant-derived hepatitis B surface antigen . Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 92 no. 8: 3358-61. Texas A&M University. 1997. Comments to Plant Pesticides Resistance Management, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Hearing, Docket OPP-0478, May 21, 1997, College Station, TX. Toledo, V. M., A. I. Batis, R. Recerra, E. Martinez, and C. H. Ramos. 1995. The useful forest: quantitative ethnobotany of the indigenous groups of the humid tropics of Mexico. Interciencia 20, no. 4: 177-87, 234. Torres, A. C., A. T. Ferreira, P. E. Melo, E. Romano, M. A. Campos, J. A. Peters, J. A. Buso, and D. de Castro Monte. 1999. Transgenic plants of Achat potato resistant to the mosaic virus (PVY) . BIOTECNOLOGIA Ciência & Desenvolvimento, no. 7. UNICEF. 1998. The state of the world's children 1998. New York: Oxford University Press for UNICEF. U.S. National Research Council. 2000. Genetically modified pest-protected plants: science and regulation . p. 33-35. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. Van Raamsdonk, L. W. D., and H. J. Schouten. 1997. Gene flow and establishment of transgenes in natural plant populations . Acta Botanica Neerlandica 46 , no. 1: 69-84. Whitmore, T. M., and B. L. II Turner. 1992. Landscapes of cultivation in mesoamerica on the eve of the conquest . Annals of the Association of American Geographers 82, no. 3: 402-25. Ye, X., S. Al-Babili, A. Kloti, J. Zhang, P. Lucca, P. Beyer, and I. Potrykus. 2000. Engineering the provitamin A (beta-carotene) biosynthetic pathway into (carotenoid-free) rice endosperm. Science 287, no. 5451: 303-5.

OCR for page 35
TRANSGENIC PLANTS AND WORLD AGRICULTURE Zhai, W., X. Li, W. Tian, Y. Zhou, X. Pan, S. Cao, X. Zhao, B. Zhao, Q. Zhang, and L. Zhu. 2000. Introduction of a blight resistance gene, Xa21, into five Chinese rice varieties through an Agrobacterium mediated system. Science in China (Series C) 43, no. 3:361-368. Zubko, E., C. Scutt, and P. Meyer. 2000. Intrachromosomal recombination between attP regions as a tool to remove selectable marker genes from tobacco transgenes. Nature Biotechnology 18, no. 4: 442-5.