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Genetically modified organisms (GMO) in opinions completing secondary schools in Lublin

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Knowledge of adolescents completing secondary schools concerning genetically modified organisms (GMO)

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Genetically modified foods in the opinion of the second-year students of biology, biotechnology and tourism and recreation of the Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce – a preliminary study

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Detection of the genetically modified organisms from food products/ Detecţia organismelor modificate genetic din produse alimentare

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Current PCR Methods for the Detection, Identification and Quantification of Genetically Modified Organisms(GMOs): a Brief Review

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Pollen from genetically modified plants in honey – problems with quantification and proper labelling

References Ancel V., Bellocchi G., Berben G., Bertheau Y., Brera C., De Giacomo M., Janssen E., Kobilinsky A., Kozjak P., Macarthur R., Miraglia M., Onori R., Pia M., Papazova N., Rutar R., Taverniers I., Šuštar Vozlic J. (2009) GMO sampling strategies in the food and feed chain. In: Proceedings of the International Conference on GM and non-GM supply chains: their coexistence and traceability. Paris, France. 2-5 June 2009. pp. 35-37. Bellocchi G., Ermolli M., Savini C., van den Eede G. (2009) GMO testing methods

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Nutritive And Dietetic Value Of Genetically-Modified Tomatoes Expressing Thaumatin Gene


Genetically-modified (GM) tomatoes, carrying thaumatin gene encoding sweet-tasting protein may be a component of diet with high sensory values, constituting a valuable source of nutrients and substances with a health-promoting role. Good utilization and a lack of the effect on animal growth, value of hematological parameters, concentration of immunoglobulins and most of chemical blood parameters of laboratory rats were demonstrated in the nutritional studies on fruits of tomato GM plants. The biological response of the rats receiving GMO or its isogenic equivalent in the diet was recognized as similar. However, the unfavourable effect of the diets containing addition of tomatoes with the recombined thaumatin on the degree of oxidative degradation of DNA of rats liver was recorded. At the same time, the discussed dietary component had no effect on values of the remaining parameters of the oxidative status of tissue of the above mentioned organ and its histological image

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Effect of Transgenic Maize Mon 810 on Selected Non-Target Organisms: The Bird Cherry-Oat Aphid (Rhopalosiphum padi L.) and its Predator - Green Lacewing (Chrysoperla carnea Steph.)

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Perception of biotech trees by Slovak university students – a comparative survey

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Attitudes Towards Genetically Modified Organisms in Slovenia: Between Knowledge and Myths / Stališča Do Genetsko Modificiranih Organizmov V Sloveniji: Poznavanje In Miti

References 1. Marks LA, Kalaitzandonakes N. Mass media communications about agrobiotechnology. AgBioForum 2001; 4: 199-208. 2. Paparini A, Romano-Spica V. Public health issues related with the consumption of food obtained from genetically modified organism. Biotechnol Annu Rev 2004; 10: 85-122. 3. Regulation (EC) No. 1829/2003 of the European parliament and of the council of 22 September 2003. Off J EU 268/1. 4. EFSA panel on genetically modified organisms (GMO); scientific opinion on

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