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Supplement I, November 2006, proceedings "Post Market Environmental Monitoring of Genetically Modified Plants: Implementation of General Surveillance & proceedings Genexpression - aktuelle Trends, neue Herausforderungen"

Proceedings of the international workshop on “Post Market Environmental Monitoring of Genetically Modified Plants: Implementation of General Surveillance” [April 27 – 28, 2006, Biologische Bundesanstalt für Land- und Forstwirschaft (BBA) in Berlin-Dahlem, Germany]

 

J. Schiemann

Introduction

 

O. Sanvido, F. Widmer, M. Winzeler and F. Bigler

A framework for the design of general surveillance of genetically modified crops based on a concept for environmental post-market monitoring

 

M. Fink, H. Seitz and H. Beismann

Concepts for general surveillance: VDI proposals. Standardisation and harmonisation in the field of GMO-monitoring

 

D. Bartsch, F. Bigler, P. Castanera, A. Gathmann, M. Gielkens, S. Hartley, K. Lheureux, S. Renckens, J. Schiemann, J. Sweet and R. Wilhelm

Concepts for General Surveillance of Genetically Modified (GM) Plants: The EFSA position

 

K. Schmidt, L. Beißner, J. Schiemann and R. Wilhelm

Methodology and Tools for Data Acquisition and Statistical Analysis

 

J. Schiemann, R. Wilhelm, L. Beißner, J. Schmidtke and K. Schmidt

Data acquisition by farm questionnaires and linkage to other sources of data

 

M. Delos, F. Hervieu, L. Folcher, A. Micoud and N. Eychenne

Biological surveillance programme for the monitoring of crop pests and indicators in France

 

C. Bühler

Biodiversity Monitoring in Switzerland: What can we learn for general surveillance of GM crops?

 

B. Tinland, J. Janssens, E. Lecoq, G. Legris, A. Matzk, A. Pleysier, C. Wandelt and H. Willekens

Implementation of General Surveillance in Europe: the Industry Perspective

 

A. Gathmann and D. Bartsch

National coordination of GMO monitoring – a concept for Germany

 

J. B. Sweet

Integrated Approaches to General Surveillance

 

J. Schiemann

Take home messages/Key statements

 

A. Matzk and D. Bartsch

Report of Working Group 1: Regulation and Organisation

 

T. E. Nickson

An Industry View of Post-market Monitoring

 

C. Wandelt

General surveillance – Cultivation of genetically modified starch potatoes in a closed-loop system

 

A. Vaasen, A. Gathmann and D. Bartsch

Public GMO location register in Germany for supporting national surveillance measures

 

H.-H. Witt

Using permanent available data base with agricultural and environmental objective for General Surveillance

 

W. Mönkemeyer, K. Schmidt, L. Beißner, J. Schiemann and R. Wilhelm

A Critical Examination of the Potentials of existing German networks for GMO-Monitoring

 

B. Breckling  and H. Reuter

General Surveillance of Genetically Modified Organisms - the Importance of Expected and Unexpected Environmental Effects

 

R. Wilhelm and J. Schiemann

Does the baseline concept provide appropriate tools for decision making?

 

F. Bigler and G. Neemann

Report of Working Group 2: Data acquisition and analysis

 

A. Berensmeier, K. Schmidt, L. Beißner, J. Schiemann and R. Wilhelm

Statistical analysis of farm questionnaires to search for differences between GM- and non-GM-maize

 

S. Aviron, O. Sanvido, F. Herzog, J. Baudry, J. Romeis and F. Bigler

Monitoring effects of GM crops on butterflies: the use of multiscale approaches for general surveillance

 

H. Reuter, R. Verhoeven, U. Middelhoff and B. Breckling

Information System for the Monitoring of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) -- ISMO --

 

J. Schmidtke and K. Schmidt

Data management and data base implementation for GMO monitoring

 

L. Beißner, R. Wilhelm and J. Schiemann

Current research activities to develop and test questionnaires as a tool for the General Surveillance of important crop plants

 

G. Neemann, M. Karwasz, M. Weitemeier and S. Enzian

Identification and geographical selection of General Surveillance sites

 

E. Alcalde

Post-Market Monitoring Plans of Bt-176 in Spain: 1998 -2005


M. Schorling and B. Freier

Six-year monitoring of non-target arthropods in Bt maize (Cry 1Ab) in the European corn borer (Ostrinia nubilalis) infestation area Oderbruch (Germany)

 

B. Manachini

Resistant management of Bt corn and sustainability in Italy

 

A. Bondzio, H. Martensand R. Einspanier

Introducing an in vitro cell model to assay gastrointestinal responses to recombinant feed compounds like Cry1Ab

 

 

Proceedings zum Workshop „Genexpression - aktuelle Trends, neue Herausforderungen“ [28.-29. Juli 2005, Universität Hannover, Hannover-Herrenhausen, Germany]

 

R. Boehm

Einleitung

 

S. Klages, M. Pflugmacher, C. Rohlf, W. Brieß, P. Rushton, C. Kirsch, A. Heise, I. Somssich and D. J. Stahl

Analysis of PR Gene derived Pathogen-Inducible synthetic Promoters in the Crop Sugar Beet

 

D. Douchkov, W. Dong, U. Zierold, D. Nowara, U. Seiffert and P. Schweizer

High throughput RNAi to study the interaction between barley and powdery mildew fungi

 

P. Winterhagen, P. Cobanov, C. Dubois, C. Eisenhauer, Ch. Kehrer, T. Manthey, P. Paschiller, M. Sinn, T. Wetzel, R. Jardak-Jamoussi1, G. Krczal, and G.M. Reustle

Gene Silencing, a Strategy to Induce Virus Resistance in Plants

 

Y. Khidr, M. Wallbraun, T. Wetzel, G. Krczal and G. M. Reustle

Agrobacterium - mediated Transformation of Squash (Cucurbita pepo L.) to induce Virus Resistance by Gene Silencing

 

R. Boehm

The Use of Plants and Plant Cell Cultures for the Bioproduction of Proteins

 

K. Glenz and H. Warzecha

New medicinal plants for the production of vaccines

 

E. Fuss

Gentechnische Experimente zur Beeinflussung der Lignanbiosynthese

 

A. Richter, M. Müller, H. Kiesecker und H.-J. Jacobsen

Expressionsstabilität in transgenen Erbsen Heterologe Expression von Polygalakturonase-inhibierenden Proteinen in transgenen Erbsen

 

 

J. Degenhardt, A. Poppe, M. Lennart und I. Szankowski

Alternative Selektionsstrategien bei der Transformation von Apfel (Malus domestica Borkh.)

 

V. Mußmann, M. Serek und T. Winkelmann

Interaktion von Agrobacterium tumefaciens mit der Selektionswirkung von Phosphinothricin

 

 

 

 

 

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