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Introduction to some basic features of genetic information: from dna to proteins


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Biosafety first. Holistic Approaches to Risk and Uncertainty in Genetic

Engineering and Genetically Modified Organisms
by Terje Traavik and Lim Li Ching (eds.)

CONTENTS
PART ONE

Chapter 1

LIFE ON EARTH

Terje Traavik and Thomas Bøhn
Chapter 2

INTRODUCTION TO SOME BASIC FEATURES OF GENETIC

INFORMATION: FROM DNA TO PROTEINS

David Quist, Kaare M. Nielsen and Terje Traavik


Chapter 3

THE COMPLEX AND INTERACTIVE PATHWAY FROM

(TRANS)GENES TO PROTEINS

David Quist, Kaare M. Nielsen and Terje Traavik


Chapter 4

GENETIC ENGINEERING OF LIVING CELLS AND ORGANISMS

Terje Traavik, Kaare M. Nielsen and David Quist
Chapter 5

BASICS ON THE FIFTH NUCLEOTIDE IN DNA,

5-METHYLDEOXYCYTIDINE: A REGULATORY GENETIC

SIGNAL


Walter Doerfler
Chapter 6

UNDERSTANDING THE UNCERTAINTIES ARISING FROM

TECHNOLOGICAL INTERVENTIONS IN COMPLEX BIOLOGICAL

SYSTEMS: THE CASE OF GMOS

Kaare M. Nielsen and Anne Ingeborg Myhr
Chapter 7

GE APPLICATIONS AND GMO RELEASE: THE ETHICAL

CHALLENGES

Anne Ingeborg Myhr and Terje Traavik


PART TWO

Chapter 8

GENETICALLY ENGINEERED CELLS AND ORGANISMS:

SUBSTANTIALLY EQUIVALENT OR DIFFERENT?

Terje Traavik, Kaare M. Nielsen, and David Quist
Chapter 9

GENETIC ENGINEERING AND OMITTED HEALTH RESEARCH:

STILL NO ANSWERS TO AGEING QUESTIONS

Terje Traavik and Jack Heinemann


Chapter 10

BIODIVERSITY, ECOSYSTEM SERVICES AND GENETICALLY

MODIFIED ORGANISMS

Gábor L. Lövei, Thomas Bøhn and Angelika Hilbeck


Chapter 11

INVASION OF EXOTIC SPECIES: LESSONS FOR GMOS?

Thomas Bøhn
Chapter 12

VERTICAL (TRANS)GENE FLOW: IMPLICATIONS FOR CROP

DIVERSITYAND WILD RELATIVES

David Quist


Chapter 13

UNINTENDED HORIZONTAL TRANSFER OF RECOMBINANT DNA

Kaare M. Nielsen and Daniele Daffonchio
Chapter 14

POTENTIAL HEALTH EFFECTS OF FOODS DERIVED FROM

GENETICALLY MODIFIED (GM) PLANTS - WHAT ARE THE

ISSUES?


Arpad Pusztai and Susan Bardocz
Chapter 15

DNAVACCINES: MECHANISMS ANDASPECTS OF RELEVANCE FOR

BIOSAFETY

Anne Ingeborg Myhr and Roy A. Dalmo


Chapter 16

MODELS OF SCIENCE AND POLICY

Silvio Funtowicz and Roger Strand
Chapter 17

THE ROLE OF PRECAUTIONARY MOTIVATED SCIENCE IN

ADDRESSING SCIENTIFIC UNCERTAINTIES RELATED TO GMOS

Anne Ingeborg Myhr


Chapter 18

INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE AND MODERN SCIENCE AS WAYS OF

KNOWING AND LIVING NATURE: THE CONTEXTS AND LIMITS

OF BIOSAFETY RISK ASSESSMENT

Brian Wynne
Chapter 19

GENETIC ENGINEERING, BIOSAFETYAND INDIGENOUS PEOPLES

Victoria Tauli-Corpuz
Chapter 20

POTENTIAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC, CULTURAL AND ETHICAL

IMPACTS OF GMOS: PROSPECTS FOR SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACT

ASSESSMENT

Elenita C. Daño
Chapter 21

PUTTING FARMERS FIRST IN SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE

PRACTICES

Hira Jhamtani


PART THREE

Chapter 22

A GENERAL INTRODUCTION TO THE REGULATION OF GMOS AND

GENE TECHNOLOGY

Jan Husby
Chapter 23

DEFINITIONS OF GMO/LMO AND MODERN BIOTECHNOLOGY

Jan Husby
Chapter 24

SUSTAINABILITY, SOCIAL AND ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN

REGULATIONS

Jan Husby


Chapter 25

THE CARTAGENA PROTOCOL ON BIOSAFETY: HISTORY, CONTENT

AND IMPLEMENTATION FROM A DEVELOPING COUNTRY

PERSPECTIVE

Tewolde Berhan Gebre Egziabher
Chapter 26

CARTAGENA PROTOCOL ON BIOSAFETY

Lim Li Lin
Chapter 27

THE WTO AGREEMENTS: AN INTRODUCTION TO THE

OBLIGATIONS AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR BIOSAFETY

Chee Yoke Ling and Lim Li Ching


Chapter 28

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SETTING ON BIOSAFETY: AN

INTRODUCTION TO SOME OTHER INTERNATIONAL

AGREEMENTS AND FORUMS

Lim Li Ching
Chapter 29

THE PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE IN GMO REGULATIONS

Anne Ingeborg Myhr
Chapter 30

THE PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE AND THE CARTAGENA

PROTOCOL ON BIOSAFETY: DEVELOPMENT OFA CONCEPT

Hartmut Meyer


Chapter 31

LIABILITYAND REDRESS FOR DAMAGE ARISING FROM

GENETICALLY MODIFIED ORGANISMS: LAWAND POLICY

OPTIONS FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

Gurdial Singh Nijar
Chapter 32

POST-COMMERCIALIZATION TESTING AND MONITORING (OR

POST-RELEASE MONITORING) FOR THE EFFECTS OF

TRANSGENIC PLANTS

Susan Bardocz and Arpad Pusztai
Chapter 33

MONITORING GMOS RELEASED INTO THE ENVIRONMENTAND

THE FOOD PRODUCTION SYSTEM

John Fagan


Chapter 34

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN BIOSAFETY ISSUES

Lim Li Ching
Chapter 35

BIOSAFETY FORECAST SERVICE: THE PRECAUTIONARY

APPROACH IN PRACTICAL BIOSAFETY

Camilo Rodriguez-Beltran, Billie Moore, Marina Cretenet, Jack A. Heinemann,

Joanna Goven and Paul Roughan

Tapir Academic Press

Pages: 612

ISBN: 9788251921138

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