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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2012Consequences of a coexistence policy on the adoption of GMHT crops in the European UnionAREAL FRANCISCO JOSÉ; RIESGO LAURA; GOMEZ-BARBERO Manuel; RODRIGUEZ CEREZO EmilioArticles in Journals
2006The Current Clinical Practice of Pharmacogenetic Testing in Europe: TPMT and HER2 as Case StudiesWOELDERINK A.; IBARRETA RUIZ DOLORES; HOPKINS Michael; RODRIGUEZ CEREZO EMILIOArticles in Journals
2012Deployment of new biotechnologies in plant breedingLUSSER MARIA; PARISI CLAUDIA; PLAN DAMIEN; RODRIGUEZ CEREZO EmilioArticles in Journals
2008A Descriptive Analysis of Conventional, Organic and GM Crop and Certified Seed Production in the EUCEDDIA Michele; RODRIGUEZ CEREZO EMILIOEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2010Distances Needed to Limit Cross-fertilization between GM and Conventional Maize in EuropeRIESGO LAURA; AREAL FRANCISCO JOSÉ; SANVIDO Olivier; RODRIGUEZ CEREZO EmilioArticles in Journals
2007Dolly for Dinner? Assessing Commercial and Regulatory Trends in Cloned LivestockPAPATRYFON ILIAS; RODRIGUEZ CEREZO EMILIO; SUK J.; BRUCE A.; GERTZ R.; WARKUP C.; WHITELAW C. B. A.; BRAUN A.; ORAM C.Articles in Journals
2012Economic and agronomic impact of commercialised GM crops: A meta-analysisAREAL Francisco; RIESGO Laura; RODRIGUEZ CEREZO EmilioArticles in Journals
2007Economic Consequences of Coexistence Between GM and Non-GM CropsGOMEZ BARBERO MANUEL; RODRIGUEZ CEREZO EMILIOContributions to Conferences
2007Economic Impact of GM Maize Cultivation: Room for Coexistence CostsGOMEZ BARBERO MANUEL; RODRIGUEZ CEREZO EMILIOContributions to Conferences
2010European Coexistence Bureau (ECoB) - Best Practice Document for Coexistence of Genetically Modified Crops with Conventional and Organic Farming. 1. Maize Crop ProductionCZARNAK-KLOS Marta; RODRIGUEZ CEREZO EmilioEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2013European Coexistence Bureau. Best Practice Documents for coexistence of genetically modified crops with conventional and organic farming. 3. Coexistence of genetically modified maize and honey productionRIZOV IVELIN ILIEV; RODRIGUEZ CEREZO EmilioEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2013The European Coexistence Bureau: 5 years' experienceRIZOV IVELIN ILIEV; RODRIGUEZ CEREZO EmilioArticles in Journals
2008Functional Food in the European UnionSTEIN Alexander Jivraj; RODRIGUEZ CEREZO EMILIOEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2009The global pipeline of new GM crops: implications of asynchronous approval for international tradeSTEIN Alexander Jivraj; RODRIGUEZ CEREZO EmilioEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2008GM crops in EU agriculture: Case study for the BIO4EU projectGOMEZ BARBERO MANUEL; RODRIGUEZ CEREZO EMILIOArticles in books
2007GMCC-07: Third International Conference on Coexistence between Genetically Modified (GM) and non-GM based Agricultural Supply ChainsSTEIN Alexander J; RODRIGUEZ CEREZO EMILIOBooks
2012How can specific market demand for non-GM maize affect the profitability of Bt and conventional maize? A case study for the middle Ebro Valley, SpainRIESGO Laura; AREAL Francisco; RODRIGUEZ CEREZO EmilioArticles in Journals
2006The interface between assisted reproductive technologies and genetics: technical, social, ethical and legal issuesSOINI Sirpa; IBARRETA RUIZ Dolores; ANASTASIADOU Violetta; AYME Segolene; BRAGA Suzanne; CORNEL Martina; COVIELLO Domenico A; EVERS-KIEBOOMS Gerry; GERAEDTS Joep; GIANAROLO Luca, et alArticles in Journals
2010International Trade and the Global Pipeline of New GM CropsSTEIN Alexander Jivraj; RODRIGUEZ CEREZO EmilioArticles in Journals
2012"International workshop on socio-economic impacts of genetically modified crops co-organised by JRC-IPTS and FAO"LUSSER MARIA; RANEY Terri; TILLIE PASCAL; DILLEN KOEN; RODRIGUEZ CEREZO EmilioEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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