Crop Biotech Update

EU-JRC Publishes 9 New Plant Summary Notifications

March 5, 2010

The European Union-Joint Research Centre published nine new plant summary notifications this month. One notification was published from the Czech Republic and the eight others were from Spain. The notifications are:

  1. Biotechnology tools for improving disease resistance and seed quality in legumes; functional genomics and proteomics in plant breeding by Agritec, Research, Breeding & Services, Ltd. in Czech Republic
  2. Application to perform complementary field trials with Syngenta's Bt11xMIR604xGA21 stacked maize product in Spain (2010) by Syngenta Seeds SAS
  3. Field trials in 2010 of genetically modified H7-1 sugar beet by Syngenta Seeds SAS
  4. Field trials in 2010 of genetically modified H7-1xSBVR111 sugar beet by Syngenta Seeds SAS
  5. Field trials in 2010 of genetically modified Rhizomania resistant SBVR111 sugar beet by Syngenta Seeds SAS
  6. Field trials with Syngenta's MIR604 maize (2010) by Syngenta Seeds SAS
  7. Application to perform complementary field trials with Syngenta's Bt11xGA21 stacked maize product in Spain (2010) by Syngenta Seeds SAS
  8. Application to perform complementary field trials with Syngenta's Bt11xMIR604 stacked maize product in Spain (2010) by Syngenta Seeds SAS
  9. Starch synthase (AtSS4) use for the production of potato plants with increased starch levels by Instituto de Agrobiotecnología, Universidad Pública de Navarra/Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas

Please see the details at http://gmoinfo.jrc.ec.europa.eu/gmp_browse.aspx