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- Pamela Bonini, et al. Show all 10 Authors
- Food analytical methods 2018 v.11 no.5 pp. 1281-1290
- European Union; Triticum aestivum; analytical methods; corn; droplets; genes; genetically modified foods; quantitative polymerase chain reaction; screening; soybeans; staple crops; starch synthase; transgenic plants; volunteers; wheat; United States
- ... Common wheat is one of the most important staple food crops worldwide. However, unlike other important staple crops such as maize or soybean, genetically modified (GM) wheat is not yet present in the global food market. Nonetheless, in the recent past, the adventitious presence of GM glyphosate-tolerant volunteers was reported in open wheat fields in the USA. The European Union Reference Laborator ...