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Document type
  • Peer-reviewed journal article
Study Type
  • Composition
GE organism
  • rice
GE trait
  • herbicide tolerance
  • insect resistance
Country
  • Korea

Results

Equivalence
  • no effect

Comparison of the nutritional compositions of insect-resistant and glufosinate-tolerant rice and conventional rice Open Access

Park, SY; Lee, SM; Yeo, Y; Kweon, SJ; Cho, HS; Kim, JK
Journal of Applied Biological Chemistry. 2013 March. 56(1):9-May

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DOI: 10.3839/jabc.2013.002 ISSN: 2234-7941

Abstract

The nutritional composition of transgenic rice (Agb0101) with bar and modified cry1Ac1 genes grown with herbicides was compared with that of its non-transgenic counterpart. The analyzed components (proximates, amino acids, fatty acids, minerals, vitamins, trypsin inhibitors, and phytic acid) in the herbicide treated Agb0101 brown rice were substantially equivalent to those of its non-transgenic counterpart.

Keywords

compositional analysis; herbicide tolerance; insect resistance; substantial equivalence; transgenic rice

Funding

Funding source
  • National Academy of Agricultural Science
  • Rural Development Administration, Korea
Funding country
  • Korea
Funding type
  • government

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MLA

Park, SY, SM Lee, Y Yeo, SJ Kweon, HS Cho, JK Kim. "Comparison of the nutritional compositions of insect-resistant and glufosinate-tolerant rice and conventional rice." Journal of Applied Biological Chemistry 56.1 (2013): 9-May. Web. 25 Jul. 2017.

APA

Park, SY., Lee, SM., Yeo, Y., Kweon, SJ., Cho, HS., & Kim, JK. (2013). Comparison of the nutritional compositions of insect-resistant and glufosinate-tolerant rice and conventional rice. Journal of Applied Biological Chemistry, 56(1), 9-May. doi:10.3839/jabc.2013.002

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