Regulation of Agricultural Biotechnology: The United States by Chris A. Wozniak Ph.D. (auth.), Chris A. Wozniak, Alan

By Chris A. Wozniak Ph.D. (auth.), Chris A. Wozniak, Alan McHughen (eds.)

Agricultural biotechnology takes many types and purposes, with the quantity and variety of goods ever expanding. With this speedy improvement, regulatory experts have sought to maintain velocity via regulatory alterations and advances to make sure the secure and precious use of this severe expertise. The regulatory platforms for the U.S. and Canada usually are not static and needs to evolve in an effort to retain relevance, potency and applicability to the demanding situations encountered. the varied authors, drawn from the biotechnology undefined, academia, executive examine and regulatory companies, provide their views of the ancient and present process and recommend the place it may be enhanced sooner or later. established upon enormous event interacting with the regulatory approach, the editors and authors supply demystifying perspectives of the USA and Canadian regulatory constructions and the way they got here to be. we all know of no different attempt to give the biotechnology regulatory structures of the united states and Canada in an open discussion board so as to gain these within the regulated neighborhood in addition to these charged with oversight of the goods of biotechnology, and finally the consumer!

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Finally, the initial GM crop varieties (three new trait canola varieties and one flax variety) were assessed by a committee of researchers operating under the authority of the Seeds Act – they analyzed the candidate varieties against standard, commercially grown ‘check’ varieties – and then the committee recommended registration to allow them commercial release for sale to farmers. The USA and some other countries do not have this regulatory step. At that point a blended public-private quality control system took over.

Mimeograph Agriculture Canada (1994) Plant biotechnology advisory committee: summary of proceedings. 31/. Accessed 09 Aug 2012 Canadian Food Inspection Agency (2000) Procedures for the registration of crop varieties in Canada. shtml#4 Canadian Food Inspection Agency (2001) Environmental characterization data for transgenic plants intended for unconfined release. shtml Canadian Food Inspection Agency (2004a) Directive Dir2000-07: conducting confined research field trials of plants with novel traits in Canada.

Twenty five comments were received and were incorporated into a revised draft of the regulations that was sent back to the members for comment. Comments were due back from committee members by March 15. It is interesting to note that the first decision document approving unconfined release of a PNT crop (AgrEvo’s ammonium-tolerant canola) was approved on March 13, 1995, as this was 2 days prior to the end of the above comment period and well in advance of the final approval of regulations developed by the Feed Section.

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