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Sweet, Jeremy

Overview
Works: 39 works in 98 publications in 2 languages and 911 library holdings
Genres: Conference papers and proceedings  Instructional films 
Roles: Author, Editor, Composer, Singer
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works by Jeremy Sweet
Introgression from genetically modified plants into wild relatives by Hans C. M. den Nijs( )

19 editions published between 2003 and 2004 in English and held by 661 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"This book reviews these issues, focusing on the ecological and evolutionary effects of introducing GM cultivars. It presents current knowledge of crop-wild relative hybridization and introgression, and the measurement and prediction of their consequences. As a result, it represents a major contribution to the debate about the risks of GM crops and measures, such as post-commercialization monitoring, required to determine the longer-term impacts of GM crops on ecosystems. The book will be of interest to researchers in the areas of plant genetics, breeding and biotechnology as well as plant ecology and evolution
Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) : the significance of gene flow through pollen transfer : a review and interpretation of published literature and recent/current research from the ESF 'Assessing the Impact of GM Plants' (ASIGM) programme for the European Science Fountain and the European Environmental Agency by Katie Eastham( Book )

37 editions published in 2002 in English and held by 192 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Recoge: 1. Introduction - 2. Oilseed rape with reference to turnip rape - 3. Sugar beet and fodder beet - 4. Potato - 5. Maize - 6. Wheat - 7. Barley - 8. Fruit crops - 9. Evaluation and conclusions - 10. Future considerations and recomendations
Botanical and rotational implications of genetically modified herbicide tolerance in winter oilseed rape and sugar beet : (BRIGHT Project)( Book )

1 edition published in 2004 in English and held by 7 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The talking baby by Jeremy Sweet( Book )

2 editions published between 2009 and 2011 in English and held by 7 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Shimano® takes you fishing! : an interactive DVD for fishermen( Visual )

1 edition published in 2007 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Contains fishing tips and adventures by some of America's top pros and most knowledgeable fishermen. You can also view Shimano's latest product line-up, and Shimano promotions
Biotechnology : whose science? whose ethics?( Visual )

2 editions published in 1997 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

An Open University programme for Course T861. Environmental Ethics. Focusing on the 13th January 1997 Conference on Biotechnology, held at the Science Museum in London. The programme talks to scientists and political activists on both sides of the ethical divide on the issue of the genetic modification of plants, and visits the John Innes Centre - Norwich, where Dr Phil Date, explains some of the techniques used in genetic modification of plants, and explains some of the potential future benefits
Environmental issues series. Genetically modified organisms (GMOs)( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Guidance on allergenicity assessment of genetically modified plants( )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Abstract: This document provides supplementary guidance on specific topics for the allergenicity risk assessment of genetically modified plants. In particular, it supplements general recommendations outlined in previous EFSA GMO Panelguidelines and Implementing Regulation (EU) No503/2013. The topics addressed are non‐IgE‐mediated adverse immune reactions to foods, invitro protein digestibility tests and endogenous allergenicity. New scientific and regulatory developments regarding these three topics are described in this document. Considerations on the practical implementation of those developments in the risk assessment of genetically modified plants are discussed and recommended, where appropriate. Abstract : This publication is linked to the following EFSA Supporting Publications article:http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.2903/sp.efsa.2017.EN-1259/full
Guidance for the risk assessment of the presence at low level of genetically modified plant material in imported food and feed under Regulation (EC) No1829/2003( )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Abstract: This document provides guidance for the risk assessment under Regulation (EC) No1829/2003 of the unintended, adventitious or technically unavoidable presence in food and feed of low level of genetically modified plant material intended for markets other than in the European Union. In this context, the presence at low level is defined to be maximum 0.9% of genetically modified plant material per ingredient. This guidance is intended to assist applicants by indicating which scientific requirements of AnnexII of Regulation (EU) No503/2013 are considered necessary for the risk assessment of the presence at low levels of genetically modified plant material in food and feed. Abstract : This publication is linked to the following EFSA Supporting Publications article:http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.2903/sp.efsa.2017.EN-1329/full
Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) : the significance of gene flow through pollen transfer by Katie Eastham( Book )

1 edition published in 2002 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Le jour des fous by Bruno Bianchi( Visual )

1 edition published in 2005 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

"Dans Bagdad la magnifique, règne le bon Calife Haroun el Poussah. Son grand Vizir, Iznogoud, n'a qu'une seule idée en tête : "être Calife à la place du Calife". Aidé par Dilat Larath, son fidèle homme de main, Iznogoud met tout en oeuvre pour arriver à ses fins ... 4 épisodes : - Le jour des fous - Le défi - Le labyrinthe - Elections dans le Califat
Scientific Opinion on an application by DOW AgroSciences LLC (EFSA‐GMO‐NL‐2010‐89) for placing on the market the genetically modified herbicide‐tolerant maize DAS‐40278‐9 for food and feed uses, import and processing under Regulation (EC) No1829/2003( )

1 edition published in 2016 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Abstract: Maize DAS‐40278‐9 was developed by direct Whiskers‐mediated transformation to express the aryloxyalkanoate dioxygenase‐1 (AAD‐1) protein, conferring tolerance to 2, 4‐dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2, 4‐D) and aryloxyphenoxypropionate (AOPP) herbicides. The molecular characterisation of maize DAS‐40278‐9 did not raise safety issues. The agronomic, phenotypic and compositional characteristics of maize DAS‐40278‐9 tested under field conditions revealed no differences between maize DAS‐40278‐9 and its non‐genetically modified (GM) comparator that would give rise to food and feed or environmental safety concerns. There were no concerns regarding the potential toxicity and allergenicity of the newly expressed protein AAD‐1, and no evidence that the genetic modification might significantly change the overall allergenicity of maize DAS‐40278‐9. The nutritional characteristics of maize DAS‐40278‐9 are not expected to differ from those of non‐GM maize varieties and no post‐market monitoring of food/feed is considered necessary. Maize DAS‐40278‐9 is as nutritious as its non‐GM comparator and other non‐GM commercial varieties. There are no indications of an increased likelihood of establishment and spread of occasional feral maize DAS‐40278‐9 plants, unless these plants are exposed to the intended herbicides. However, this will not result in different environmental impacts compared to conventional maize. Considering the scope of the application, interactions with the biotic and abiotic environment were not considered an issue. Risks associated with the unlikely but theoretically possible horizontal gene transfer from maize DAS‐40278‐9 to bacteria were not identified. The post‐market environmental monitoring plan and reporting intervals are in line with the scope of the application. In conclusion, the EFSA GMO Panelconsiders that the information available for maize DAS‐40278‐9 addresses the scientific comments raised by the Member States and that maize DAS‐40278‐9, as described in this application, is as safe as the non‐GM comparator and non‐GM maize reference varieties with respect to potential effects on human and animal health and the environment in the context of the scope of this application
Le grand vizir by Bruno Bianchi( Visual )

1 edition published in 2005 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

"Dans Bagdad la magnifique, règne le bon Calife Haroun el Poussah. Son grand Vizir, Iznogoud, n'a qu'une seule idée en tête : "être Calife à la place du Calife". Aidé par Dilat Larath, son fidèle homme de main, Iznogoud met tout en oeuvre pour arriver à ses fins ... 6 épisodes : - le génie - voyage officiel - le sosie - l'île des géants - incognito - les astres pour Iznogoud
Risk assessment of new sequencing information on GMmaize event DAS‐59122‐7( )

1 edition published in 2016 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Abstract: The EFSA Panelon Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO Panel) has previously assessed genetically modified (GM) maize DAS‐59122‐7 as a single event as well as part of several stacked events. These maize events were found to be as safe as their conventional counterparts and other appropriate comparators with respect to potential effects on human and animal health, and the environment. On 26 July 2016, the European Commission received from Pioneer new nucleic acid sequencing data on maize event DAS‐59122‐7 and updated bioinformatic analyses using the new sequencing data. The European Commission tasked EFSA to analyse these data and to indicate whether the previous conclusions of the GMO Panelon the previously assessed GM maize events remain valid. The GMO Panelused the appropriate principles described in its guidelines for the risk assessment of GM plants to analyse the received data. The new sequencing data indicated three base pair (bp) differences compared to the sequencing data originally provided; two located in a non‐coding region of the insert and one located in the 5′ genomic flanking region. These base pairs reported as differences in the new nucleic acid sequencing data on maize event DAS‐59122‐7 had already been present in the original plant material used for the risk assessment. Thus, with the exception of bioinformatics analyses, the studies performed for the risk assessment remain valid. The new sequencing data and the bioinformatic analyses performed on the new sequence did not give rise to safety issues. Therefore, the GMO Panelconcludes that the original risk assessment of event DAS‐59122‐7 as a single and as a part of stacked events remains valid
Assessment of genetically modified maize NK603 x MON810 for renewal of authorisation under Regulation (EC) No1829/2003 (application EFSA‐GMO‐RX‐007)( )

1 edition published in 2018 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Abstract: Following the submission of application EFSA‐GMO‐RX‐007 under Regulation (EC) No1829/2003 from Monsanto, the Panelon Genetically Modified Organisms of the European Food Safety Authority (GMO Panel) was asked to deliver a scientific risk assessment on the data submitted in the context of the renewal of authorisation application of the herbicide‐tolerant and insect‐resistant genetically modified maize NK603xMON810. The data received in the context of this renewal application contained post‐market environmental monitoring reports, a systematic search and evaluation of literature, updated bioinformatic analyses, and additional documents or studies performed by or on behalf of the applicant. The GMO Panelassessed these data for possible new hazards, modified exposure or new scientific uncertainties identified during the authorisation period and not previously assessed in the context of theoriginal application. Under the assumption that the DNA sequence of the events in maize NK603xMON810 considered for renewal is identical to the sequence of the originally assessed events, the GMO Panelconcludes that there is no evidence in the renewal application EFSA‐GMO‐RX‐007 for new hazards, modified exposure or scientific uncertainties that would change the conclusions of the original risk assessment on maizeNK603xMON810
Scientific opinion on application EFSA‐GMO‐NL‐2013‐120 for authorisation of genetically modified soybean FG72 × A5547‐127 for food and feed uses, import and processing submitted in accordance with Regulation (EC) No1829/2003 by Bayer CropScience LP and M.S. Technologies LLC( )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Abstract: In this opinion, the EFSA Panelon Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) assesses the two‐event stacksoybean FG72 × A5547‐127 for food and feed uses, import and processing. The EFSA GMO Panelpreviously assessed the two single events combined to produce the two‐event stack soybean FG72 × A5547‐127 and did not identify safety concerns. No new data on the single events, leading to modification of the original conclusions on their safety, were identified. The molecular, agronomic, phenotypic and compositional data on soybean FG72 × A5547‐127 did not give rise to safety concerns and no reason to expect interactions between the single events impacting on the food and feed safety of the two‐event stack soybean was identified. Although the EFSA GMO Panel cannot conclude on forage composition, soybean forage is not expected to be imported in a significant amount for use as feed. Considering the routes of exposure and limited exposure levels, the EFSA GMO Panelconcludes that soybean FG72 × A5547‐127 would not give rise to safety concerns in the event of accidental release of viable seeds into the environment. The post‐market environmental monitoring plan and reporting intervals are in line with the intended uses of soybean FG72 × A5547‐127. The EFSA GMO Panelconcludes that soybean FG72 × A5547‐127 is as safe as the non‐genetically modified (GM) comparator and non‐GM soybean reference varieties with respect to potential effects on human and animal health and the environment
Annual post‐market environmental monitoring (PMEM) report on the cultivation of genetically modified maize MON810 in 2015 from Monsanto Europe S.A( )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Abstract: Following a request from the European Commission, the Panelon Genetically Modified Organisms of the European Food Safety Authority (GMO Panel) assessed the annual post‐market environmental monitoring (PMEM) report for the 2015 growing season of the Cry1Ab‐expressing maize event MON810 provided by Monsanto Europe S.A. The GMO Panelconcludes that the insect resistance monitoring data submitted to EFSA do not indicate a decrease in susceptibility of field Iberian populations of corn borers to the Cry1Ab protein during the 2015 season. However, since the methodology for insect resistance monitoring remained unchanged compared to previous PMEM reports, the GMO Panelreiterates its previous recommendations on resistance monitoring to provide sufficient detection sensitivity. Although the farmer alert system to report complaints about product performance could complement the information obtained from the laboratory bioassays, the GMO Panelis currently not in a position to appraise its usefulness, and therefore encourages the consent holder to provide more information on this complementary resistance monitoring tool. The data on general surveillance (GS) do not indicate any unanticipated adverse effects on human and animal health or the environment arising from the cultivation of maize MON810. The GMO Panelreiterates its previous recommendations on the analysis of farmer questionnaires, and advises the consent holder to provide more detailed information on the conducting and reporting of the literature search in future annual PMEM reports. Moreover, the GMO Panelencourages relevant parties to continue developing a methodological framework to use existing networks in the broader context of environmental monitoring. The GMO Panelconcludes that the case‐specific monitoring (CSM) and GS activities of maize MON810 as carried out by the consent holder do not provide evidence that would invalidate previous GMO Panelevaluations on the safety of maize MON810
Scientific Opinion on an application by Dow AgroSciences (EFSA‐GMO‐NL‐2013‐116) for placing on the market of genetically modified insect‐resistant soybean DAS‐81419‐2 for food and feed uses, import and processing under Regulation (EC) No1829/2003( )

1 edition published in 2016 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Abstract: Soybean DAS‐81419‐2 was developed by Agrobacterium tumefaciens ‐mediated transformation. It expresses the Cry1F and Cry1Ac proteins to confer resistance to certain lepidopteran species and the PAT protein that confers tolerance to glufosinate ammonium‐based herbicides and that was used as a selectable marker gene. The molecular characterisation of soybean DAS‐81419‐2 did not give rise to safety issues. The agronomic, phenotypic and compositional characteristics of soybean DAS‐81419‐2 tested under field conditions revealed no relevant differences between soybean DAS‐81419‐2 and its conventional counterpart that would give rise to any food and feed or environmental safety concerns. There were no concerns regarding the potential toxicity and allergenicity of the newly expressed proteins Cry1F, Cry1Ac and PAT, and no evidence that the genetic modification might significantly change the overall allergenicity of soybean DAS‐81419‐2. The nutritional value of soybean DAS‐81419‐2 is not expected to differ from that of non‐GM soybean varieties and no post‐market monitoring of food/feed is considered necessary. There are no indications of an increased likelihood of establishment and spread of occasional feral soybean DAS‐81419‐2 plants, unless these plants are exposed to glufosinate ammonium‐based herbicides or infested by insect pests that are susceptible to the Cry1F and Cry1Ac proteins. This will not result in different environmental impacts compared to conventional soybean. Considering the scope of this application, interactions with the biotic and abiotic environment were not considered to be an issue. Risks associated with an unlikely but theoretically possible horizontal genetransfer from soybean DAS‐81419‐2 to bacteria have not been identified. The post‐market environmental monitoring plan and reporting intervals are in line with the intended uses of soybean DAS‐81419‐2. The GMO Panelconcludes that the soybean DAS‐81419‐2 is as safe and as nutritious as its conventional counterpart and the tested non‐GM reference varieties in the context of its scope
 
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