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    A comparison of the EU regulatory approach to directed mutagenesis with that of other jurisdictions, consequences for international trade and potential steps forward
    Eriksson, Dennis ; Kershen, Drew ; Nepomuceno, Alexandre ; Pogson, Barry J. ; Prieto, Humberto ; Purnhagen, Kai ; Smyth, Stuart ; Wesseler, Justus ; Whelan, Agustina - \ 2019
    New Phytologist 222 (2019)4. - ISSN 0028-646X - p. 1673 - 1684.
    CJEU - directed mutagenesis - genetically modified organism (GMO) - genome editing - precision breeding

    A special regulatory regime applies to products of recombinant nucleic acid modifications. A ruling from the European Court of Justice has interpreted this regulatory regime in a way that it also applies to emerging mutagenesis techniques. Elsewhere regulatory progress is also ongoing. In 2015, Argentina launched a regulatory framework, followed by Chile in 2017 and recently Brazil and Colombia. In March 2018, the USDA announced that it will not regulate genome-edited plants differently if they could have also been developed through traditional breeding. Canada has an altogether different approach with their Plants with Novel Traits regulations. Australia is currently reviewing its Gene Technology Act. This article illustrates the deviation of the European Union's (EU's) approach from the one of most of the other countries studied here. Whereas the EU does not implement a case-by-case approach, this approach is taken by several other jurisdictions. Also, the EU court ruling adheres to a process-based approach while most other countries have a stronger emphasis on the regulation of the resulting product. It is concluded that, unless a functioning identity preservation system for products of directed mutagenesis can be established, the deviation results in a risk of asynchronous approvals and disruptions in international trade.

    BRAZIL ROAD-KILL: a data set of wildlife terrestrial vertebrate road-kills
    Grilo, Clara ; Coimbra, Michely R. ; Cerqueira, Rafaela C. ; Barbosa, Priscilla ; Dornas, Rubem A.P. ; Gonçalves, Larissa O. ; Teixeira, Fernanda Z. ; Coelho, Igor Pfeifer ; Schmidt, Brenda R. ; Pacheco, Diana L.K. ; Schuck, Gabriela ; Esperando, Isadora B. ; Anza, Juan A. ; Beduschi, Júlia ; Oliveira, Nicole R. ; Pinheiro, Paula F. ; Bager, Alex ; Secco, Helio ; Guerreiro, Marcello ; Carvalho, Carine F. ; Veloso, Aline C. ; Custódio, Ana E.I. ; Marçal, Oswaldo ; Ciocheti, Giordano ; Assis, Julia ; Ribeiro, Milton Cezar ; Francisco, Beatriz S.S. ; Cherem, Jorge J. ; Trigo, Tatiane C. ; Jardim, Márcia M.A. ; Franceschi, Ingridi C. ; Espinosa, Caroline ; Tirelli, Flávia P. ; Rocha, Vlamir J. ; Sekiama, Margareth L. ; Barbosa, Gedimar P. ; Rossi, Helen R. ; Moreira, Tainah C. ; Cervini, Marcelo ; Rosa, Clarissa Alves ; Silva, Lucas Gonçalves ; Ferreira, Claudia M.M. ; César, Augusto ; Casella, Janaina ; Mendes, Sérgio L. ; Zina, Juliana ; Bastos, Deivson F.O. ; Souza, Ricardo A.T. ; Hartmann, Paulo A. ; Deffaci, Angela C.G. ; Mulinari, Jéssica ; Luzzi, Siane C. ; Rezzadori, Tiago ; Kolcenti, Cassiane ; Reis, Tiago Xavier ; Fonseca, Vanessa S.C. ; Giorgi, Camilo F. ; Migliorini, Raissa P. ; Kasper, Carlos Benhur ; Bueno, Cecília ; Sobanski, Marcela ; Pereira, Ana P.F.G. ; Andrade, Fernanda A.G. ; Fernandes, Marcus E.B. ; Corrêa, Luiz L.C. ; Nepomuceno, Adriana ; Banhos, Aureo ; Hannibal, Wellington ; Fonseca, Rogério ; Costa, Lizit A. ; Medici, Emilia P. ; Croce, Aline ; Werther, Karin ; Oliveira, Juliana P. ; Ribeiro, Julia M. ; Santi, Mariele de; Kawanami, Aline E. ; Perles, Livia ; Couto, Caroline do; Figueiró, Daniela S. ; Eizirik, Eduardo ; Correia, Antonio A. ; Corrêa, Fabio M. ; Queirolo, Diego ; Quagliatto, André L. ; Saranholi, Bruno H. ; Galetti, Pedro M. ; Rodriguez-Castro, Karen G. ; Braz, Vivian S. ; França, Frederico G.R. ; Buss, Gerson ; Rezini, Josias A. ; Lion, Marília B. ; Cheida, Carolina C. ; Lacerda, Ana C.R. ; Freitas, Carlos Henrique ; Venâncio, Fernando ; Adania, Cristina H. ; Batisteli, Augusto F. ; Hegel, Carla G.Z. ; Mantovani, José A. ; Rodrigues, Flávio H.G. ; Bagatini, Tathiana ; Curi, Nelson H.A. ; Emmert, Luciano ; Erdmann, Renato H. ; Costa, Raoni R.G.F. ; Martinelli, Agustín ; Santos, Clarice V.F. ; Kindel, Andreas - \ 2018
    Ecology 99 (2018)11. - ISSN 0012-9658 - 1 p.
    1988–2017 - amphibians - birds - Brazil - mammals - reptiles - road effects - road mortality - road survey - species occurrence - wildlife-vehicle collisions

    Mortality from collision with vehicles is the most visible impact of road traffic on wildlife. Mortality due to roads (hereafter road-kill) can affect the dynamic of populations of many species and can, therefore, increase the risk of local decline or extinction. This is especially true in Brazil, where plans for road network upgrading and expansion overlaps biodiversity hotspot areas, which are of high importance for global conservation. Researchers, conservationists and road planners face the challenge to define a national strategy for road mitigation and wildlife conservation. The main goal of this dataset is a compilation of geo-referenced road-kill data from published and unpublished road surveys. This is the first Data Paper in the BRAZIL series (see ATLANTIC, NEOTROPICAL, and BRAZIL collections of Data Papers published in Ecology), which aims make public road-kill data for species in the Brazilian Regions. The dataset encompasses road-kill records from 45 personal communications and 26 studies published in peer-reviewed journals, theses and reports. The road-kill dataset comprises 21,512 records, 83% of which are identified to the species level (n = 450 species). The dataset includes records of 31 amphibian species, 90 reptile species, 229 bird species, and 99 mammal species. One species is classified as Endangered, eight as Vulnerable and twelve as Near Threatened. The species with the highest number of records are: Didelphis albiventris (n = 1,549), Volatinia jacarina (n = 1,238), Cerdocyon thous (n = 1,135), Helicops infrataeniatus (n = 802), and Rhinella icterica (n = 692). Most of the records came from southern Brazil. However, observations of the road-kill incidence for non-Least Concern species are more spread across the country. This dataset can be used to identify which taxa seems to be vulnerable to traffic, analyze temporal and spatial patterns of road-kill at local, regional and national scales and also used to understand the effects of road-kill on population persistence. It may also contribute to studies that aims to understand the influence of landscape and environmental influences on road-kills, improve our knowledge on road-related strategies on biodiversity conservation and be used as complementary information on large-scale and macroecological studies. No copyright or proprietary restrictions are associated with the use of this data set other than citation of this Data Paper.

    Communication of the international GMO workshop
    Brookes, Graham ; Chen, Xiao Ya ; Chrispeels, Maarten J. ; Delmer, Deborah P. ; Dubock, Adrian ; Herrera-Estrella, Luis ; Goodman, Richard E. ; Newell-McGloughlin, Martina ; Montagu, Marc Van ; Nepomuceno, Alexandre Lima ; Obokoh, Nompumelelo H. ; Raven, Peter H. ; Wesseler, Justus ; Wu, Kongming ; Xu, Zhihong ; Yang, Xiaoguang ; Zehr, Usha Barwale ; Zhang, Qifa ; Zhang, Ya Ping ; Zhu, Zhen - \ 2015
    Science Bulletin 60 (2015)2. - ISSN 2095-9273 - p. 283 - 285.
    GMO-related sustainability: A study on impacts, risks and opportunities of soybean production in Latin America
    Bindraban, P.S. ; Franke, A.C. ; Ferraro, D.O. ; Ghersa, C.M. ; Lotz, L.A.P. ; Nepomuceno, A. ; Wiel, C.C.M. van de; Smulders, M.J.M. - \ 2010
    GM-related sustainability: agro-ecological impacts, risk and opportunities of soy production in Argentina and Brazil
    Bindraban, P.S. ; Franke, A.C. ; Ferraro, D.O. ; Ghersa, C.M. ; Lotz, L.A.P. ; Nepomuceno, A. ; Smulders, M.J.M. ; Wiel, C.C.M. van de - \ 2009
    Wageningen : Plant Research International (Report / Plant Research International 259) - 50
    glycine (fabaceae) - gewasproductie - genetische modificatie - duurzaamheid (sustainability) - teeltsystemen - argentinië - brazilië - agro-ecologie - glycine (fabaceae) - crop production - genetic engineering - sustainability - cropping systems - argentina - brazil - agroecology
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