provides a comprehensive look at genetically modified organisms and the strategies and implementation of key methods to gene containment. The book is divided into 5 parts: An Introduction that discusses the need for biotechnology and GMOs, Section 1 looks at the need for gene containment, Part II discusses varying strategies for gene containment, section III explores the assessment of gene containment approaches, and section IV covers the steps involved in implementing gene containment. Gene Containment
will provide a thorough and up to date look at gene containment research and the needs for implementing new strategies in this arena.
Keywords: Plant Biotechnology, plant gene containment, genetically modified organisms, transgenes, crop science, weed science, dangerous liaisons: when cultivated plants mate with their wild relatives, biological confinement of genetically engineered organisms, melvin oliver