The environmental risk assessment is a critical regulatory process that has to be carried out before GMOs are released to the farmers and consumers.
It is important to evaluate and understand the levels of inquiry involved in scientific experiments and rigorous environmental risk assessment of GMOs. To perform risk assessment, the GM crops in question are selected and characterized for the risks that may be associated with the products, while all the necessary measures are taken into consideration to mitigate the risks identified through the assessment process that are unacceptable
Ademola A Adenle; Understanding Environmental Risk Assessment of GMOs in Africa-The Importance of Regulation and Monitoring
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Last date updated on November, 2020