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Predicting the Impact of Coexistence-Guided, Genetically Modified Cropping on Irish Biodiversity: (2006-B-MS-46) STRIVE Report

By Ewen Mullins, Marcus Collier, Martin O'Brien, Conor Meade and Charles Spillane

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This report is published as part of the Science, Technology, Research and Innovation for the Environment (STRIVE) Programme 2007–2013

Topics: Transgenic plants--Environmental aspects, Biodiversity--Ireland, Transgenic plants--Ireland, Transgenic plants--Research
Publisher: Environmental Protection Agency
Year: 2009
OAI identifier: oai:researchrepository.ucd.ie:10197/3840
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