- Rod A. Herman, Bruce M. Chassy <email@example.com>, Wayne Parrott;
Trends in Biotechnology; In Press, Corrected Proof, 21 August 2009 Available online crops.
Here we discuss the assumptions that led to this requirement and lay out the theoretical and empirical evidence suggesting that such studies are no more necessary for evaluating the safety of transgenic crops than they are for traditionally bred crops.
Compositional Assessment of Transgenic Crops: An Idea Whose Time Has Passed
News Aug 24, 2009
In photosynthesis, solar energy is converted into chemical energy, which is then used in nature to produce organic molecules from carbon dioxide. In plants, algae and cyanobacteria, the key photosynthesis reactions take place in two complex structures known as photosystems. These are located in a special membrane system, the thylakoids. Many details of their molecular structure and the way the proteins are incorporated into the membranes have yet to be explored - until now.READ MORE