Plant Genome Editing: Application, Risk Assessment and Regulation


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Genome Editing is used to improve resilience in changing environments such as biotic and abiotic traits and improved disease resistance in plants.


Professor Schiemann’s presentation focuses on the ethical and legal issues of the GE techniques in light of the recent European regulations on GM and gene edited crops


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