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  • 郭華仁 2014 基改闢謠。主婦聯盟 (264): 10-14。另見電子報 (上)  (下)

  • 郭華仁 2013 「全球反基改作物:為何孟山都成箭靶?PDF (中學生報 2013-06-20,040期,時代論壇)

  • 郭華仁 2013 「農業生物多樣性與農業永續經營」PDF

  • 潘美玲 2013 一塊乾淨豆腐的想望。經典雜誌 (175): 73-81. PDF

  • 蔡佳珊 2013 不願面對真相的黃豆。經典雜誌 (175): 54-71. PDF

  • 郭華仁、黃淑德 2013 反對:危及農民與消費者的基改科技與專利。上下游農學堂,  PDF

  • 許嘉伊 2011 淺談非基因改造作物之溢價現象File

  • 郭華仁 2011 基改科技的風險與謊言。File

  • 郭華仁、陳郁蕙、詹滿色、高文彥 2010 基因改造植物研發之法規、風險及經濟效益分析 。科學農業 58: 155-161. File

  • 非基改芭樂:有益思考的基改作物—或者牛糞?  (2010-05-11) File

  • 范玫芳、邱智民 2010 英國基因改造作物與食品公共辯論FILE http://goo.gl/hKImh

  • 陳烈夫等:基因轉殖作物共存模式與隔離距離。科學農業,56:35-47。FILE (2008/01)

  • 蔣慕琰&袁秋:抗嘉磷塞作物之發展及其抗藥性機制。中華民國雜草學會會刊 (2007)  PDF

  • 柯一嘉 :基因轉殖植物之危害、評估與責任。農業世界,(285):77-81。 FILE  (2007/05) 

  • 李森堙:基改種子與專利品銷售後使用限制之爭議。科技法律透析,19(04)。  (2007/04) 

  • 王明來 :美國基因改造稻米污染事件發生與處理經過之啟示。農政與農情 (176): 90-97。  FILE   (2007/02) 

  • 蔣慕琰&袁秋英:基因轉殖植物雜草風險研究與評估。林俊義、石信德、張有明、王強生(主編)基因轉殖植物之生物安全與檢測專刊。行政院農業委員會農業試驗所,頁65-85。(2005/12)  FILE 

  • 林順福:中草藥基原之DNA 鑑定 (2006/10)  FILE 

  • 郭華仁:基改作物的生產及其共存問題(2006/11)  FILE

  • 郭華仁:基改作物與有機農業可以共存嗎?(2006/11)  FILE

  • 郭華仁:基改作物與有機農業共存的考慮要旨(2006/09/01)  FILE

  • 羅致逑:基改植物之環境安全風險評估。科技發展政策報導。(2006/05)  FILE

  • 林靜宜&詹富智:無篩選標示基因(marker-free)轉基因植物之構築及其最新發展。植物病理學會刊14卷3期:159-176    (2005/09)

  • 林順福:高科技、高資金、高利潤、高風險下的農業生技產業 --- 台灣要走出自己的方向。2006-03 FILE

  • 郭華仁:基因改造產品的現況與問題。2006-02 FILE

  • 高文彥:基改法規我國宜有因應之道。 2005-11-28   FILE  

  • 羅致逑:基改植物安全評估 (一)抗藥性基因。2005-10  FILE

  • 高文彥:基因改造食品國際規範-食品法典委員會未來四年的新任務與挑戰。基因改造產品風險管理國際研討會,2005-09-21   FILE

  • 郭華仁:基改作物的全球現況與紛爭。「認識基因改造產品培訓班」研習手冊,頁22-43。2005-08-30。 FILE

  • 林順福:作物品種之DNA 鑑定技術。2005-06-25  FILE

  • 郭華仁:基改作物的全球現況與我國農作物生物科技政策。 2005-04  FILE

  • 林順福:生物技術在水稻育種上之應用。『東部稻米產銷研討會專刊』第33-46 頁。2005-04-01  FILE

  • 周桂田:基因改造螢光魚的風險評估與科技政策  2005-03  FILE

  • 王美花:開放植物專利 之利弊分析。農委會農糧署主辦「研商是否開放植物專利座談會」專題演講  2005-03-14   FILE

  • 郭華仁:是否給於植物專利保護的考慮要旨。農委會農糧署主辦「研商是否開放植物專利座談會」專題演講 2005-03-14  FILE

  • 陳文珊:基因轉殖作物之商業倫理初探-以孟山都vs.許麥茲案為例。道雜誌18期:70-83  (2004/02)

  • 衛生署  2003年基因改造食品市場監測調查報告   Source   File

  • (專輯) 基因改造議題講座:從紛爭到展望   2004-08-06    WebPages

  • 潘子明:2003年全球基因改造作物之發展。生物產業 15: 37-50.   2004-03  File

  • 李素華: 避免基因改造作物污染及消費者選擇權 ∼德國研擬基因改造管理相關規範   2004-03-29   File

  •  潘子明 2004 基因改造食品之最新發展與檢驗。 File

  • 吳宗熹(譯) 2004 全球商業化轉基因作物狀況2003 。File    

  • 李素華 2004 避免基因改造作物污染及消費者選擇權 ∼德國將採行GMO新規範     File

  • 陳烈夫 呂秀英 呂椿堂 魏夢麗 2004 轉基因作物安全性風險評估的程序與方法。    File   

  • 謝碧鳳 (譯) 基因轉殖魚與公共政策 2003  File

  • 林順福:生物技術在水稻育種上之應用2003/10/30   File

  • 歐盟  開放基改食物販售但要標示。 2003/09/ source

  • 徐慈鴻 李貽華  李國欽:基轉植物之生物安全性評估及管理。2003   File

  • 澳洲 最新GMO民調 。2003/08/18 (Source)

  • 上海市第二中級法院受理中國第一起轉基因食品標識官司   2003/08/06 (Source

  • 梵諦岡:聲明支持基因改造食品 :梵諦岡官員聲明支持基因改造食品,表示有助於解決世界饑荒及營養缺乏問題。梵諦岡擬於九月發布正式官方研究報告,表達對生物科技的看法。 2003/07~08    Source  Source

  • FAO: ANIMAL BIOTECHNOLOGIES : STATE OF THE ART, RISKS AND PERSPECTIVES    2003/06     Source

  •   鄭呈皇:如何辨識基因改造食物?2003/05/26  source 

  • 牛惠之:生物科技之風險議題之省思與管理     2003-03-10 File

  • 郭華仁:基因改造作物與農業政策  2002/12/28   

  • 牛惠之: 由番茄一號談基因改造產品之風險與迷思     2002/11/04  Source 

  • 何建志: 基因資訊與保險:社會政策與法理分析   2002/06/27     Source

  • 黃三光、曾經洲:基因改造作物的優點與潛藏危機      2002/01/25 Source

  • 環境保護分子生物科技策略論壇(V)會議資料集   2002/01/25  source

  • 周桂田:正視基因玉米事件 我們不想當「白老鼠」   2000/12/17 Source

  • 牛惠之、張孫福:論基因改良食品之風險與社會議題-一點法律人之觀察與省思    2001/11/16    Source

  • 李素華: 由聯合國及歐盟基因改造食品管理標示規範趨勢研析我國基因改造食品相關法制    2001-09; -10  File

  • 牛惠之:論開放生物科技運用所潛藏之社會衝擊與法律省思-
    以法律對於GMOs之保障與規範趨勢為例   2001/06/10      Source

  • 林怡杏:基因改造食品之檢測    2001/04/01    Source

  • 周桂田:基因食品標示侵犯消費者權益   2001/03/28    Source

  • 美國Organic Farming Research Foundation對於 GMO的反對立場:GMO POLICY STATEMENT   2001/03/ 23    

  • 陳烈夫 呂秀英 呂椿堂 魏夢麗: 轉基因作物的安全性分析  2001   File

  • 牛惠之:論開放生物科技運用所潛藏之社會衝擊與法律省思- 以法律對於GMOs之保障與規範趨勢為例(簡版)  Source

  • 周桂田:基因改造食品的衝擊風險與資訊民主   2000/12/19 Source

  • 周桂田:面對基因食品風險 消費者有知和行動的權利   2000/08   Source

  • 何建志:GMOs的法律問題與管制模式分析   2000/04    Source

  • 蔡宗珍:基因科技法之規範架構初論  2000/03/12 

  • 生物安全議定書:發展中國家將是真正的輸家!!      2000/03  Source

  • Monsanto:諾貝爾和平獎獲得者說:"抵制GMO的輿論很快會消失"   2000/  Source 

  • 周桂田: 基因改造產品應強制標示     1999/11    Source

  • 國貿局:當前生物科技於食品工業之應用-基因轉殖作物問題之探討    1999/   Source

  • 蔡慶修:生物技術對人類的衝擊-GMO食品的省思  Source 

  • 陳啟祥:基因改造生物的風險評估與風險管理  Source

  • 2017 Transgenic Crops – hazards and uncertainties: More than 750 studies disregarded by the GMOs regulatory bodies. PDF

  • 2016 Biotech lobby’s push for new GMOs to escape regulation. PDF

  • 2016 New policy resolution on consumer concerns about new genetic engineering techniques. PDF

  • 2016 Evidence that glyphosate is a causative agent in chronic sub-clinical metabolic acidosis and mitochondrial dysfunction. PDF

  • 2016 Under the Influence: The National Research Council and GMOs. PDF

  • 2016 Genetically engineered crops: Experiences and prospects. PDF

  • 2015 Twenty Years of Failure: Why GM Crops Have Failed to Deliver on Their Promises. PDF

  • 2015 Application of the EU and Cartagena Definitions of a GMO to the Classification of Plants Developed by Cisgenesis and Gene-editing Techniques. PDF

  • 2015 Outsmarting Nature? Synthetic Biology and Climate Smart Agriculture. PDF

  • 2015 The Impact of Industry on Publicly-funded Risk Research Projects on Genetically Engineered Plants. PDF

  • 2015 Oxitec’s Genetically Modified Moths: Summary of Concerns. PDF

  • 2015 Norway Biosafety report: Sustainability Assessment of Genetically Modified Herbicide Tolerant Crops.  PDF

  • 2015 Are GM Crops Better for the Environment?  PDF

  • 2015 Feeding the World without GMOs. PDF

  • 2015 Seedy Business: What Big Food is hiding with its slick PR Campaign on GMOs. PDF

  • 2014 New Plant Breeding Techniques and Risks Associated with Their Application. PDF

  • 2014 Will GM Crops Feed the World? PDF

  • 2014 Organic Farmers Pay the Price for Contamination. PDF

  • 2014 Pesticide Use on Genetically Engineered Crops. PDF

  • 2014 Agronomic and Environmental Aspects of the Cultivation of Genetically  Modified Herbicide-resistant Plants.  PDF

  • 2014 GMO MYTHS AND TRUTHS: An evidence-based examination of the claims made for the safety and efficacy of genetically modified crop.(2nd. ed) Download

  • 2014 Who Benefits from GM Crops? An Industry Built on Myths.  PDF

  • 2014 Technical Consultation on Low Levels of Genetically Modified (GM) Crops in International Food and Feed Trade. FAO報告   

  • 2013  Adverse Impacts of Transgenic Crops/Foods: A Compilation of Scientific References with Abstracts.  PDF

  • 2013 Can Genetically-Engineered Foods Explain the Exploding Gluten Sensitivity?  PDF request  Brief

  • 2013 Glyphosate Is Destructor of Human Health and Biodiversity.  PDF

  • 2013 High Levels of Residues from Spraying with Glyphosate Found in Soybeans in Argentina. PDF

  • 2013 Transgene Escape - Global Atlas of Uncontrolled Spread of Genetically Engineered Plants. PDF

  • 2013 Transgene Escape: Genetically Engineered Oilseed Rape out of Control - A Global Perspective. PDF

  • 2013 Genetically Modified Organisms and the deterioration of health in the United States.  PDF

  • 2013  Superweeds: How Biotech Crops Bolster the Pesticide Industry.    PDF

  • 2013 Hope Not Hype: The Future of Agriculture Guided by the International Assessment of Agricultural Knowledge, Science and Technology for Development.  PDF

  • 2013 Biotech Ambassadors: How the U.S. State Department Promotes the Seed Industry’s Global Agenda. PDF

  • 2013 Glyphosate’s Suppression of Cytochrome P450 Enzymes and Amino Acid Biosynthesis by the Gut Microbiome: Pathways to Modern Diseases.  abstract

  • 2013 Don’t Look, Don’t Find: Health Hazards of Genetically Modified Food.  PDF

  • 2013 Monsanto: a Corporate Profile. PDF

  • 2013 Feeding the world: genetically modified crops versus agricultural biodiversity. abstract

  • 2013 Genetically Engineered Salmon: The Next Generation of Industrial Aquaculture.  PDF

  • 2013 Thirty years of genetically engineered plants - 20 years of commercial cultivation in the United States: a critical assessment. PDF

  • 2013 Seed Giants vs. U.S. Farmers.  PDF

  • 2012 Golden Lies: The Seed Industry’s Questionable Golden Rice Project. PDF

  • 2012 Impacts of genetically engineered crops on pesticide use in the U.S. -- the first sixteen years. PDF

  • 2012 Alteration of the Living : New Techniques Explained to the Layman.  PDF

  • 2012 Genetically Engineered Food: An Overview.  PDF

  • 2012 GMO MYTHS AND TRUTHS: An evidence-based examination of the claims made for the safety and efficacy of genetically modified crop.  PDF

  • 2012  High and Dry: Why Genetic Engineering Is Not Solving Agriculture’s Drought Problem in a Thirsty World.  PDF

  • 2012  Public Research, Private Gain: Corporate Influence Over University Agricultural Research. PDF   

  • 2012  Combatting Monsanto: Grassroots resistance to the corporate power of agribusiness in the era of the ‘green economy’ and a changing climate.  PDF

  • 2012  Analysis of the State of GE Trees and Advanced Bioenergy. PDF

  • 2011  Roundup and Birth Defects: Is the Public Being Kept in the Dark?  PDF

  • 2011  Genetically Modified Organisms - A Summary of Potential Adverse Effects Relevant to Sustainable Development. PDF

  • 2011  Transgenes in Mexican Maize, Ten Years On: Still not addressing the right questions on risks. PDF

  • 2011  Scrutinizing the current practice of the environmental risk assessment of GM maize applications for cultivation in the EU. PDF

  • 2011 Systemic risks of genetically modified crops: the need for new approaches to risk assessment. PDF

  • 2011 The GMO Emperor has no Clothes. PDF

  • 2011 Herbicide tolerance and GM crops Why the world should be Ready to Round Up glyphosate.  PDF

  • 2011 Genetically modified crops safety assessments: present limits and possible improvements. PDF

  • 2011 Insect Resistance to Bt Toxins in GM Insect Resistant Crops.  PDF

  • 2011 Genetically modified crops safety assessments: present limits and possible improvements. PDF

  • 2010  GM Soy: Sustainable? Responsible?  PDF

  • 2010  Who Benefits from GM Crops?  PDF

  • 2009 The Health Risks of Genetically Modified Foods. PDF

  • 2009 The Genetic engineering of food and the failure of science – Part 1: The development of a flawed enterprise. PDF ;Part 2: Academic capitalism and the loss of scientific integrity  PDF

  • 2009 Failure to yield: Evaluating the performance of genetically engineered crops. PDF

  • 2009 Impacts of Genetically Engineered Crops on Pesticide Use: The First Thirteen Years.   PDF

  • 2008 Bt Cotton and Farmer Suicides in India: Reviewing the Evidence. PDF

  • 2007 Livestock Genetics Companies: Concentration and Proprietary Strategies of an Emerging Power in the Global Food Economy.  PDF

  • 2007 Monsanto vs. U.S. Farmers. (Updated) PDF

  • 2007 Market report: Rice industry in crisis.  PDF

  • 2007  A typology of the effects of (trans)gene flow on the conservation and sustainable use of genetic resources. (Jack A. Heinemann; Commission on Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture, FAO,  PDF or ftp://ftp.fao.org/ag/cgrfa/bsp/bsp35e.pdf )

  • 2007  GM Food Nightmare Unfolding in the Regulatory Sham. (Mae-Wan Ho et al., 2007  Report)

  • 2006  Agricultural biotechnology: yield, competitiveness, jobs and environmental impact. Input to Resolution 2006/2059(INI) November 2006 (mutatoes.org: HTM)

  • 2006  WHO BENEFITS FROM GM CROPS? - MONSANTO AND THE CORPORATE-DRIVEN GENETICALLY MODIFIED CROP REVOLUTION. (Friends of the Earth, 2006.) PDF

  • 2006  Pharma crops State of field trials worldwide (Andreas Bauer: HTM)

  • 2006  Consultation on proposals for managing the coexistence of GM, conventional and organic crops (DEFRA, UK)   PDF

  • 2005 GM Contamination Report 2005: A review of cases of contamination, illegal planting and negative side effects of genetically modified organisms. (GeneWatch UK and Greenpeace International)  Source

  • 2005  Setting standards: Biotechnology in the Marketplace. (Proceedings from a Roundtable Discussion, December 15-16, 2004, The Pew Initiative on Food and Biotechnology)  Source

  • 2005   Status of Research and Application of Crop Biotechnologies in Developing Countries: A preliminary Assessment. (FAO, Source)

  • 2004  Just Knowledge? Governing research on food and farming. (Food Ethics Council)  Source

  • 2004  Tending the fields: State & federal roles in the oversight of genetically modified crops. (Pew Initiative on Food and Biotechnology)  Source

  • 2004  Trade, Standards, and the Political Economy of Genetically Modified Food. (K. Anderson, R. Damania and L.A. Jackson, World Bank).  Source

  • 2004 Co-existence in North American agriculture: can GM crops be grown with conventional and organic crops? (G. Brookes & P. Barfoot)  Source

  • 2004  European Communities – Measures Affecting the Approval and Marketing of Biotech Products (DS291, DS292, DS293) (EC)   File

  • 2004 Co-existence of GM and non GM arable crops: the non GM and organic context in the EU (G.Brookes & P. Barfoot)  Source

  • 2004 CALIFORNIA AGRICULTURE  園藝作物轉基因產品專輯  Source

  • 2004  Questions and answers on the regulation of GMOs in the EU  (EC)  Source

  • 2004 Voluntary Labelling And Advertising of Foods That Are and Are Not Products of Genetic Engineering (National Standard of Canada)  Source

  • 2004 Issues in the regulation of genetically engineered plants and animals  (  PEW Initiative) Source

  • 2004 Genetically modified foods & health: a second interim statement (British Medical Association)  Source (download )

  • 2004 An Agronomic and Economic Assessment of GMO Canola (Canola Council of Canada)  Source

  • 2004 Gone to Seed: Transgenic Contaminants in the Traditional Seed Supply.  (M. Mellon & J. Erissler, Union of Concerned Scientists)   source  (Full Report)

  • 2003  Advice on the implications of the Farm Scale Evaluations for biodiversity in the UK (British Statutory Nature Conservation Agencies, et al. Source

  • 2003 Report on the Review of Labelling of Genetically Modified Foods. (FSANZ)  Source

  • 2003 The Case For A GM-Free Sustainable World. (Independent Science Panel, UK)  Source

  • 2003  Developing a Dialogue Tool on Genetically Modified Foods and Feeds in Canada (Exploratory Committee) Source

  • 2003  An Annotated Bibliography: On The Risks Associated With Genetic Modification (S. Weaver and M. Morris)  Source

  • 2003 Genetically Engineered Crop Health Impacts Evaluation - GAPS Analysis.  (Bill Freese) Source

  • 2003  Detecting Genetically Modified Organisms: Confronting the Limits of Testing to Resolve a Biotech Food Fight  (PEW Initiative) Source

  • 2003 Engineering nutrition: GM crops for global justice? (Food Ethics Council) Full report 

  • 2003  Report on coexistence between genetically modified crops and conventional and organic crops. (EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT)  Full report

  • 2002  Public attitudes to GM. (Food Standards Agency, UK)    Source

  • 2002 Seeds of Doubt.  (H. Warwick and G. Meziani; Soil Association, UK) Source

  • 2002 Adoption of Bioengineered Crops.  (J. Fernandez-Cornejo and W.D. McBride; ERS Agricultural Economic Report, USDA) Source

  • 2002  Genetically Modified Foods: Experts View Regimen of Safety Tests as Adequate, but FDA's Evaluation Process Could Be Enhanced.  (US General Accounting Office) Source

  • 2002  Traceability in the Food Chain    ( Food Chain Strategy Division, Food Standards Agency)   Source

  • 2002  PUBLIC ATTITUDES TO GM.  (Food Standards Agency) Source

  • 2002  Genetically modified plants for food use and human health - an update. (Royal Society)   Source

  • 2001 Elements of Precaution: Recommendations for the Regulation of Food Biotechnology in Canada   Source

  • 2001  A Practical Guide to Containment Greenhouse Research with Transgenic Plants and Microbes. Source

  • New Zealand: Report of the Royal Commission on Genetic Modification.  Source

  • 1999  Novel foods: beyond Nuffield. (Food Ethics Council)  Source