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The chart shows the ratio of a journal's documents signed by researchers from more than one country; that is including more than one country address. Not every article in a journal is considered primary research and therefore "citable", this chart shows the ratio of a journal's articles including substantial research research articles, conference papers and reviews in three year windows vs. Ratio of a journal's items, grouped in three years windows, that have been cited at least once vs. The purpose is to have a forum in which general doubts about the processes of publication in the journal, experiences and other issues derived from the publication of papers are resolved.

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Citations per document. Cites Year Value External Cites per document 1. Year International Collaboration 0 Documents Year Value Non-citable documents 4 Non-citable documents 3 Non-citable documents 3 Non-citable documents 2 Non-citable documents 3 Non-citable documents 3 Non-citable documents 3 Non-citable documents 3 Non-citable documents 3 Non-citable documents 4 Non-citable documents 4 Non-citable documents 3 Non-citable documents 1 Citable documents 40 Citable documents 23 Citable documents 28 Citable documents 27 Citable documents 35 Citable documents 29 Citable documents 31 Citable documents 36 Citable documents 37 Citable documents 37 Citable documents 40 Citable documents 28 Citable documents The Green Revolution, which brought together improved varieties, increased use of fertilizer, irrigation and synthetic pesticides, is credited with helping to feed the current global population of 6 billion.

While this paper recognizes the ability of pesticides to reduce crop losses, it also discusses their potential negative effects on public health, with particular emphasis in developing countries, and the environment. The response of the agricultural industry in bringing forward new technology such as reduced application rates of targeted pesticides with lower toxicity and persistency is noted. However, with increasing world population, a slowing of the rate of crop improvement through conventional breeding and a declining area of land available for food production there is a need for new technologies to produce more food of improved nutritional value in an environmentally acceptable and sustainable manner.

Whilst the authors recognize that the introduction of genetically modified GM crops is controversial, the benefits of these crops, including their effect on pesticide use is only now beginning to be documented. Published data are used to estimate what effect GM crops have had on pesticide use first on a global basis, and then to predict what effect they would have if widely grown in the European Union EU. On a global basis GM technology has reduced pesticide use, with the size of the reduction varying between crops and the introduced trait.

It is estimated that the use of GM soyabean, oil seed rape, cotton and maize varieties modified for herbicide tolerance and insect protected GM varieties of cotton reduced pesticide use by a total of In addition there would be a reduction of 7. The paper also points to areas where GM technology may make further marked reductions in global pesticide use.

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Current control methods for diamondback moth and other brassica insect pests and the prospects for improved management with lepidopteran-resistant Bt vegetable brassicas in Asia and Africa D. Grzywacz, A. Rossbach, A.

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Srinivasan, A. Shelton Crop Protection. Casida Environmental Health Perspectives. Parvatha Reddy. Environmental and human health impacts of growing genetically modified herbicide-tolerant sugar beet: a life-cycle assessment Richard Bennett, Richard Phipps, Alison Strange, Peter Grey Plant Biotechnology Journal. Risk assessment of GM plants: avoiding gridlock?

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Mike J. Wilkinson, Jeremy Sweet, Guy M. Poppy Trends in Plant Science. Integrated management of phytonematodes by the application of organic amendment and ploughing under field conditions A. Usman, M. Sweeteners Theodoros Varzakas, Vasiliki Pletsa. Relevance of genetically modified crops in light of future environmental and legislative challenges to the agri-environment M. Mullins Annals of Applied Biology.


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