Potential effects of transgenic cotton on soil ecosystem processes in Vietnam.

Barbara Rosy Ines Manachini, Hoang Ngoc Binh, Pham Van Toan, Beatrice Anyango, David A. Andow, Claudia Zwahlen, Ron E. Wheatley

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Abstract

This chapter concentrates on the potential effects of transgenic cotton on the soil ecosystem of three major cotton growing areas in Vietnam: the coastal lowlands region, the central highlands (eastern and western Truong Son Mountain Range) and the south-eastern region. Soils in these three regions are very different, so it will be necessary to assess the effects of transgenic cotton on typical soils from all three regions. The soils in the south-eastern region are Luvisols, Andosols and Acrisols. In the central highlands, the soils are mainly Luvisols, Rhodic Ferrasols and Haplic Acrisols. The soils in the coastal lowlands region are mainly delta soils, consolidated occasionally by grey light soils.
Lingua originaleEnglish
EditoreCABI, Editor(s): Andow, D. A.; Hillbeck, A.; Tuat, N. van
Numero di pagine16
ISBN (stampa)9781845933906
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2008

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NomeIn Environmental risk assessment of genetically modified organisms

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soil ecosystem
Vietnam
Ecosystem
cotton
Soil
genetically modified organisms
soil
Acrisol
Luvisol
lowlands
highlands
delta soils
coastal soils
Andosol
concentrates
soil ecosystems
effect
mountains

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Environmental Science(all)
  • Agricultural and Biological Sciences(all)

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Manachini, B. R. I., Binh, H. N., Van Toan, P., Anyango, B., Andow, D. A., Zwahlen, C., & Wheatley, R. E. (2008). Potential effects of transgenic cotton on soil ecosystem processes in Vietnam. (In Environmental risk assessment of genetically modified organisms). CABI, Editor(s): Andow, D. A.; Hillbeck, A.; Tuat, N. van.

Potential effects of transgenic cotton on soil ecosystem processes in Vietnam. / Manachini, Barbara Rosy Ines; Binh, Hoang Ngoc; Van Toan, Pham; Anyango, Beatrice; Andow, David A.; Zwahlen, Claudia; Wheatley, Ron E.

CABI, Editor(s): Andow, D. A.; Hillbeck, A.; Tuat, N. van, 2008. 16 pag. (In Environmental risk assessment of genetically modified organisms).

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Manachini, BRI, Binh, HN, Van Toan, P, Anyango, B, Andow, DA, Zwahlen, C & Wheatley, RE 2008, Potential effects of transgenic cotton on soil ecosystem processes in Vietnam. In Environmental risk assessment of genetically modified organisms, CABI, Editor(s): Andow, D. A.; Hillbeck, A.; Tuat, N. van.
Manachini BRI, Binh HN, Van Toan P, Anyango B, Andow DA, Zwahlen C e altri. Potential effects of transgenic cotton on soil ecosystem processes in Vietnam. CABI, Editor(s): Andow, D. A.; Hillbeck, A.; Tuat, N. van, 2008. 16 pag. (In Environmental risk assessment of genetically modified organisms).
Manachini, Barbara Rosy Ines ; Binh, Hoang Ngoc ; Van Toan, Pham ; Anyango, Beatrice ; Andow, David A. ; Zwahlen, Claudia ; Wheatley, Ron E. / Potential effects of transgenic cotton on soil ecosystem processes in Vietnam. CABI, Editor(s): Andow, D. A.; Hillbeck, A.; Tuat, N. van, 2008. 16 pag. (In Environmental risk assessment of genetically modified organisms).
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