Table of contents for Real food : the marriage of genetic engineering and organic farming / Pamela C. Ronald and Raoul W. Adamchak.

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Table of Contents:
Foreword by Sir Gordon Conway	
Preface. Pam & Raoul	
	Box Pre.1: Genetic Engineering	
	Box Pre.2: Conventional and Organic Farming	
	Box Pre.3: Criteria for the Use of Genetic Engineering in Agriculture	
About the Authors
Introduction
Chapter 1. Cultivating Sacred Rice in Nihe, China and Davis, California (Pam)	
	Box 1.1: Genes and Genomes	
	Box 1.2: Genetic Modification of Rice Using Marker-Assisted Breeding		
	
The Farm
Chapter 2. Why Organic Agriculture? (Raoul)	
	Box 2.1: Types of Pesticides	
Chapter 3. The Tools of Organic Agriculture (Raoul)	
	
The Lab
Chapter 4. The Tools of Genetic Engineering (Pam)	
	Box 4.1: Plant Breeding, Domestication, and Pollination		
	Box 4.2: GE Papaya	
	Recipe 4.1: Isolation of DNA from Strawberries		
 
Consumers
Chapter 5. Legislating Lunch (Pam)	
	Box 5.1: GE Rennet	
	Box 5.2: Herbicide Tolerant Crops	
	Box 5.3: Bt Crops	
	Box 5.4: Which GE Products Would You Accept?	
	Box 5.5: Amish GE Tobacco Growers	
	Box 5.6: Regulatory Oversight	
	Recipe 5.1: Spicy Eggplant	
	Recipe 5.2: Cornbread	
			
Chapter 6. Who Can We Trust? (Pam)		
Chapter 7. Is GE Food Risky to Eat? (Pam)	
	Recipe 7.1: Christollen	
	Recipe 7.2: Sticky (Mutant) Rice with Mango or GE Papaya	
	Box 7.1: The Rice Waxy Mutation	
	Recipe 7.3: Rice-Celery Salad with Purple Tomatoes	
	Recipe 7.4: Pam & Trish¿s Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies	
	Box 7.2: Indicators of Long-Term Health Risks	
The Environment
Chapter 8. Conserving Wildlands (Pam)	
Chapter 9. Pollen Flow and the Environment (Pam)	
	Box 9.1: Contamination	
 Box 9.2 Testing for transgenes								
Ownership
Chapter 10. Who Owns the Seed? (Raoul)	
Chapter 11. Who Owns the Genes? (Pam)	
	Box 11.1: Regulatory Costs	
	
Dinner
Chapter 12. Deconstructing Dinner: Genetically Engineered, Organically Grown	
(Pam & Raoul)		
	Recipe 12.1: Pam and Trish¿s Whole Wheat Bread with Walnuts	
	Recipe 12.2: Trish¿s Plum Walnut Jam	
	Recipe 12.3: Tante Lissy¿s Flaumen Kuchen (Plum Cake)	
	Recipe 12.4: Pam and Raoul¿s Tofu Tortilla	
	Box 12.1: RNA Interference	
Glossary	
Index 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Food -- Biotechnology.
Genetically modified foods.
Organic farming.
Genetic engineering.