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Sugarcane compositional analysis to enable food safety assessment of modified varieties
An important component of demonstrating that the products of GM sugarcane varieties are substantially equivalent to conventional varieties is whether the nutritional composition falls within the range of compositions that ...
Understanding the reproductive biology and ecology of sugarcane to manage the safe release of genetically modified cultivars
This project set out to obtain basic and previously unavailable information on the ecology and sexual reproduction of sugarcane primarily so advances in sugarcane biotechnology can be utilised to the benefit of the Australian ...
Seed dormancy and establishment: a critical gap in knowledge to support safe deployment of GM
The development and adoption of new varieties is a major investment in the Australian sugar industry. There are several modern techniques now being introduced into sugarcane breeding, such as introgression of Erianthus and ...