Genetic Engineering for Crop Protection (Technical Insights)

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This research service outlines the key genetic and associated technologies for crops and crop protection.

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Genetic Engineering for Crop Protection (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryIntroductionIntroductionKey FindingsScope and MethodologyScopeMethodologyGenetic Engineering for Crop Protection (Technical Insights), Overview of Crop Protection TechnologiesConventional Crop Protection TechnologyHerbicides for Crop ProtectionInsecticides for Crop ProtectionGenetic Engineering TechnologyGenetic EngineeringGenetic Engineering MethodologyHerbicide Tolerant CropsGenetic Engineering for Crop Protection (Technical Insights), Herbicides and Herbicide Tolerant CropsAquatic HerbicidesIntroductionGlyphosate and FluridoneEndothall and TriclopyrImazapyr and DiquatHerbicide Tolerance By SelectionSulfonylurea ToleranceAminotriazole ToleranceParaquat ToleranceImidazolinone ToleranceHerbicide Tolerance by Molecular BreedingBromoxynil ToleranceGlufosinate ToleranceProtoporphyrinogen ToleranceParaquat ToleranceResearch and Development In Herbicide Tolerant CropsGenetically Controlled Herbicide Resistance in Cotton Crop: USAHerbicidal Compositions for Tolerant Cereal Crops: DenmarkStructure-Based; Herbicide-Resistant Products: USAGene Modification for Encoding Mutated EPSPS: FranceObtain Transgenic Plants with a Silent Marker: USAHerbicides for Tolerant Sugar Beet Cultures: DenmarkInducible Herbicide Resistance in Crops: UKDrivers and ChallengesDriversChallengesGenetic Engineering for Crop Protection (Technical Insights), Insecticides and Insecticide Tolerant CropsBacillus Thuringiensis (Bt) Derived ProductsBollgard and Ingard CottonInsect-Resistant RiceInsect Control by Nematode Resistant GenesNematode Antibody GenesProtease InhibitorsInsect Control by Other Insect-Active Protein GenesLectin GenesGene StackingOther Toxic GenesProtease Inhibitor GenesResearch and Development In Insecticides Tolerant CropsInsect Control Via Genetically Engineered Bioinsecticides: USAInsecticide Resistant Seeds: USAInsecticide Resistant Corn : USADrivers and ChallengesDriversChallengesGenetic Engineering for Crop Protection (Technical Insights), Tissue CultureGenetic Engineering in Crop ProtectionGenetic Engineering for Crop ProtectionImpact of Genetically Engineered CropsTissue CultureIntroductionTissue Culture and Crop ProtectionSomatic HybridizationResearch and DevelopmentTerminator Technology: USATrait Specific Genetic Use Restriction Technology: USADegrading and Detoxifying Fumonisin: USAGenetically Modified Cotton: AustraliaGenetic Engineered Plant Chloroplast: USAImprove Crop Stress Tolerance by Expressing Choline Monooxygenase: USAIncreasing Plant Sulfur Content: GermanyMetal Binding Compounds for Cell Culture Media: USASomatic Embryogenesis for Plant Reproduction: USAControl Plant Cell Death and Disease-Resistance Capacity: USAPest-Resistant Transgenic Plants: USAManipulate Ectophosphate Genes for Herbicidal Resistance: USADrivers and RestraintsDriversRestraintsGenetic Engineering for Crop Protection (Technical Insights), Transgenic CropsIntroductionWhat are Transgenic Crops?Production Methodology and ApplicationsKey Transgenic ProductsTomatoes and Golden RiceCanola and SunflowerPlant-Based Vaccines and Improved TurfgrassGrapes and WineCoffee; Tea and TobaccoResearch and DevelopmentTransgenic Method of Controlling Worms in Cotton: USATransgenic Plants with Oxidative Stress Resistance Gene: UKDeploying a Transgenic Refuge: USATransgenic Plants Metabolize Foreign Compounds: JapanProduce Corn Hybrid Transgene P741: USATransgenic Plants Resistant to a Broad Pathogenic Spectrum: CanadaTransgenic Tetraploids: KoreaCicer and Abutilon as Refuges in Transgenic Crops: USATransgenic Crops for Detoxifying Fumonisin Compounds: USADrivers and RestraintsDriversRestraintsGenetic Engineering for Crop Protection (Technical Insights), Regulations and Patent LawsRegulationsU.S. RegulationsEuropean RegulationsPatent LawsU.S. Patent LawsEuropean Patent LawsGenetic Engineering for Crop Protection (Technical Insights), Patents and Company ProfilesPatentsUS PatentsEuropean PatentsAsia-Pacific PatentsCompany ProfilesNorth AmericaEurope; Middle East and AfricaAsia-PacificGenetic Engineering for Crop Protection (Technical Insights), Frost & Sullivan Science and Technology AwardsExcellence in Technology AwardAward DescriptionAward RecipientProduct Leadership AwardAward DescriptionAward RecipientGenetic Engineering for Crop Protection (Technical Insights), Decision Support DatabasesDecision Support Database TablesSoybean Production ('000 Metric Tons); By Region; 1996-2004Wheat Production ('000 Metric Tons); By Region; 1996-2004Corn Production ('000 Metric Tons); By Region; 1996-2004Wheat Yield (Hg/Ha) By Region; 1996-2004Corn Yield (Hg/Ha) By Region; 1996-2004Soybean Yield (Hg/Ha) By Region; 1996-2004




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