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NABC Report 10, Agricultural Biotechnology and Environmental Quality: Gene Escape and Pest Resistance (1998)

  1. Agricultural Biotechnology and Environmental Quality: Gene Escape and Pest Resistance
    1. NABC 10: An Overview (James R. Fischer)
  2. Workshop Papers and Reports
    1. Paper presented to the Research and Development Perspectives Workshop (Daniel Jones)
    2. Workshop Report: Research and Development Perspectives
    3. Paper presented to the Regulatory and Public Policy Perspectives Workshop (Andrew Jordan)
    4. Workshop Report: Regulatory and Public Policy Perspectives
    5. Paper presented to the Industrial and Economic Perspectives Workshop (Anthony J. Cavalieri)
    6. Workshop Report: Industrial and Economic Perspectives
  3. Keynote Addresses
    1. Biotechnology: Is It Defendable? (Carl B. Loop, Jr.)
    2. Accessing the Environmental Implications of Agricultural Biotechnologies: A Sociological Perspective (Frederick H. Buttel)
    3. International Acceptance of Agricultural Biotechnology (Thomas J. Hoban)
  4. Plenary Lectures
    1. Sustaining the Efficacy of Bt Toxins (Fred Gould)
    2. Pathogen Derived Resistance and Reducing the Potential to Select Viruses with Increased Virulence (Roger N. Beachy, Mohammed Bendahmane)
    3. Ecological Aspects of Genetically Modified Crops (Thomas E. Nickson, Michael J. McKee)
    4. Dangerous Liaison — Deadly Gamble (Mae-Wan Ho)
    5. EPA Regulation of Plant-Pesticides and Bt Plant-Pesticide Resistance Management (Sharlene R. Matten)
    6. The Seed Industry and Agricultural Biotechnology (Murray Robinson)
  5. Appendix
    1. Vision for Agricultural Research and Development in the 21st Century