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Implications of GM-Crop Cultivation at Large Spatial Scales

Proceedings of the GMLS-Conference 2008 in Bremen


Broder Breckling, Hauke Reuter and Richard Verhoeven

Contents: Karin Mathes: Welcome Address of the Vice President of the Bremen State Parliament – Christoph Then/Antje Lorch: A simple question in a complex environment: how much Bt toxin do genetically engineered MON810 maize plants actually produce? – Algimantas Paulauskas/Milda Jodinskienė/Judita Žukauskienė: Identification of suitable RAPD primers to analyse oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.) genetic variability in some regions of Lithuania – Barbara Pipan/Jelka Šuštar-Vozlič/Vladimir Meglič: Oilseed rape production at the Slovenian landscape level and survey of crop to wild gene flow – Rikke B. Jørgensen/Thure Hauser/Tina D’Hertefeldt: The variability of processes involved in transgene dispersal - case studies from Brassica and other crop genera – Terje Traavik: GMOs and their unmodified counterparts: substantially equivalent or different? – Christiane Eschenbach/Andreas Rinker/David Windhorst/Wilhelm Windhorst: Cause effect chains on potential GMO cropping in Schleswig-Holstein – Karen Höltl/Angelika Wurbs: Simulation of GM maize-cultivation scenarios under different coexistence regulations – Hauke Reuter/Simone Böckmann/Broder Breckling: Analysing cross-pollination studies in maize – Hauke Reuter/Broder Breckling/ Angelika Wurbs/Karen Höltl: Modelling maize cross-pollination probabilities on the regional level - exemplary simulations for the county Elbe Elster in Brandenburg, Germany – Simone Gorelli/Alessandro Santucci/Elena Balducci/Marco Mazzoncini/Riccardo Russu: Spatial simulation model to analyse pollen dispersal and coexistence scenarios between GM and GM-free crops – Nathalie Colbach: Effect of cropping systems on species dynamics and gene flow at the landscape level - a modelling approach – Victoria I. S. Lenz-Wiedemann/Christian W. Klar/Karl Schneider: Assessing ecohydrological impacts of crops in a catchment area – Anja Vaasen/Achim Gathmann/Jana Storch/Detlef Bartsch: Public GMO location registers in Germany for supporting national monitoring measures – Wiebke Züghart: Long-term and large-scale effects of genetically modified organism require specific environmental monitoring designs – Jürgen Franzaring/Ingo Holz/Andreas Fangmeier/Jürgen Zipperle: Standardised exposure of bait plants to determine the outcrossing from oilseed rape (OSR) into wild relatives – Jürgen Franzaring/Ingo Holz/Andreas Fangmeier/Jürgen Zipperle: Monitoring the absence of glyphosate and glufosinate resistance traits in feral oilseed rape and wild crucifer populations – Maren Langhof/Bernd Hommel/Alexander Hüsken/Joachim Schiemann/Peter Wehling/Ralf Wilhelm/Gerhard Rühl: Large-scale field trials on gene flow in maize for the development of coexistence measures – Maren Langhof/Bernd Hommel/Alexandra Hüsken/Joachim Schiemann/Peter Wehling/Ralf Wilhelm/Gerhard Rühl: Two year field study on maize gene flow over large distances – Lukas Kleppin/Gunther Schmidt/Winfried Schröder: Web-based Geoinformation Systems: application for GMO related issues – Geoffrey R. Squire/Cathy Hawes/Graham Begg/Ali Karley/Pietro Iannetta/Mark Young: Cumulative impacts of GM herbicide-tolerant cropping on arable plants assessed through species-based and functional taxonomies – Masaharu Kawata: Dispersal and persistence of genetically modified oilseed rape around Japanese harbours – Ewen Mullins/Yann Tricault/Paul Flanagan/Nathalie Colbach/Reamonn Fealy: Developing strategies to assist in the coexistence of GM and non-GM oilseed rape crops on an Irish landscape – Antje Lorch: GM agrofuels - more problems to come – Denis W. Aheto/Broder Breckling: Analysis of the spatial density and neighbourhood distances of cultivated