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Extension of the Federal insecticide, fungicide, and rodenticide act

hearing before the Subcommittee on Agricultural Research and General Legislation of the Committee on Agriculture and Forestry, United States Senate, Ninety-fourth Congress, first session, on S. 1629 ... May 20, 1975.

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Other Federal Agencies EPA is the Federal agency primarily responsible for the regulation of pesticides. Nor could the Agency develop sufficient evidence to maintain a categorical exemption for all plant-incorporated protectants, given all of the possible genetic modifications that can be achieved with these techniques, even if the Agency were inclined to do so.

How can plant defense substances be pesticides? Color multicolored Control code NB00000356164 Dimensions unknown Extent 14 p. Seven comments offered other alternative names without comment on the merit of changing the name.

Use classification By regulation, EPA promulgated various requirements pertaining and rodenticide act pesticide labels. All of these issues would need to be resolved, and converted and rodenticide act regulatory text, in order to develop an exemption standard based on DNA sequence homology. Do not electronically submit any information you consider to be Confidential Business Information CBI or information whose disclosure is restricted by statute.

At no time has EPA stated that, for example, once a particular promoter is used as part of the construct inserted to produce a pesticidal substance in a plant, thereafter, irrespective of the rest of the genetic construct that is inserted, EPA will always consider insertion of the promoter to demonstrate pesticidal intent.

Registrants are required to promptly report any new evidence of adverse side effects and to continually conduct studies to aid in risk assessments. A GAP does not relieve Federal employees from meeting State certification requirements.

NIH and NSF responded, providing the Agency with a total of 25 nominees. These substances occur naturally in a wide range of plants but occur in the highest concentrations in celery, dill and parsley Refs.

section 136 uthe term "pesticide" is defined as the following:•dietary exposure is likely to be the predominant route of exposure. In this instance, the genetic material is introduced into the plant with the intent to cause a pesticidal effect; i.

Reference to commercial products or trade names does not imply endorsement by MSU Fungicide or bias against those not mentioned. Of the remaining 24 nominees, 10 are interested and available to actively participate in FIFRA SAP meetings see Unit IV. FIFRA does not specifically address Tribal enforcement of FIFRA regulations. To prepare the genetic material, large quantities of bacteria are grown and the plasmids they contain are isolated for subsequent introduction into plant cells.

Summary of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act

the plant-incorporated protectant is produced and used in a Extension of the Federal insecticide in a species used only for ornamental purposesthe FFDCA section 408 requirements do not need to be considered when determining whether the plant-incorporated protectant can be exempted from FIFRA requirements.

Plants have evolved, and thus naturally possess, various mechanisms to resist pests. Similarly, potato, cotton and corn plants have recently been engineered to produce the endotoxin from the bacterium, Bacillus thuringiensis Bt. Option 3, also an alternative option, would utilize both the taxonomic rank of genus and sexual compatibility to describe closely related plants.