Table of contents for Genetically modified planet : environmental impacts of genetically engineered plants / C. Neal Stewart, Jr.


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Chapters
1. Introduction: "It's the end of the world as we know it and I feel fine..." 
2. Crops and weeds: It is hard to be a wild thing when you're domesticated
3. Plant biotechnology: The magic of making GM plants
4. Gene flow: It's a weed, it's a transgene, it's superweed!
5. Contamination: Transgenes in Mexican corn?
6. Killer corn: Monarch butterfly exterminators?
7. Better living through biology: Not killing the good insects by accident
8. Bt resistance management: Getting off the treadmill
9. Swap meet from heck: Trading sequences between viruses and transgenes
10. Superweeds revisited: Tall stacks of transgenes and waffling gene flow
11. Green and Greener: Environmentalism, agriculture, and GM plants
12. Futurama: Greenetic engineering for a greener tomorrow
13. Conclusions: Out of right field and into home 




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Transgenic plants, Plant genetic engineering, Transgenic plants Ecology, Plant genetic engineering Environmental aspects