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Stuart Smyth
Stuart Smyth
Associate professor, University of Saskatchewan
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Liabilities and economics of transgenic crops
S Smyth, GG Khachatourians, PWB Phillips
Nature biotechnology 20 (6), 537-541, 2002
1562002
US regulatory system for genetically modified [genetically modified organism (GMO), rDNA or transgenic] crop cultivars
A McHughen, S Smyth
Plant biotechnology journal 6 (1), 2-12, 2008
1512008
Product differentiation alternatives: identity preservation, segregation, and traceability
SJ Smyth, PWB Phillips
AgBioForum, 2002
1492002
Environmental impacts from herbicide tolerant canola production in Western Canada
SJ Smyth, M Gusta, K Belcher, PWB Phillips, D Castle
Agricultural Systems 104 (5), 403-410, 2011
852011
Economic benefits of genetically-modified herbicide-tolerant canola for producers
M Gusta, SJ Smyth, K Belcher, PWB Phillips, D Castle
AgBioForum, 2011
822011
A comparison of the EU regulatory approach to directed mutagenesis with that of other jurisdictions, consequences for international trade and potential steps forward
D Eriksson, D Kershen, A Nepomuceno, BJ Pogson, H Prieto, ...
New Phytologist 222 (4), 1673-1684, 2019
782019
Genetically modified crops, regulatory delays, and international trade
SJ Smyth
Food and Energy Security 6 (2), 78-86, 2017
592017
Food security and the evaluation of risk
SJ Smyth, PWB Phillips, WA Kerr
Global Food Security 4, 16-23, 2015
592015
Benefits of genome-edited crops: expert opinion
R Lassoued, DM Macall, H Hesseln, PWB Phillips, SJ Smyth
Transgenic research 28 (2), 247-256, 2019
572019
Changes in herbicide use after adoption of HR canola in Western Canada
SJ Smyth, M Gusta, K Belcher, PWB Phillips, D Castle
Weed Technology 25 (3), 492-500, 2011
572011
Competitors co-operating: Establishing a supply chain to manage genetically modified canola
S Smyth, PWB Phillips
The International Food and Agribusiness Management Review 4 (1), 51-66, 2001
572001
Canadian regulatory perspectives on genome engineered crops
SJ Smyth
GM crops & food 8 (1), 35-43, 2017
562017
Economic implications of low-level presence in a zero-tolerance European import market: the case of Canadian Triffid flax
CD Ryan, SJ Smyth
AgBioForum, 2012
532012
Global economic, environmental and health benefits from GM crop adoption
SJ Smyth, WA Kerr, PWB Phillips
Global food security 7, 24-29, 2015
502015
Regulating innovative crop technologies in Canada: the case of regulating genetically modified crops
S Smyth, A McHughen
Plant Biotechnology Journal 6 (3), 213-225, 2008
502008
Investment, regulation, and uncertainty: managing new plant breeding techniques
SJ Smyth, J McDonald, J Falck-Zepeda
GM Crops & Food 5 (1), 44-57, 2014
482014
Socio-economic considerations in biotechnology regulation
K Ludlow, SJ Smyth, J Falck-Zepeda
Springer Science & Business Media, 2013
412013
Regulatory uncertainty around new breeding techniques
R Lassoued, SJ Smyth, PWB Phillips, H Hesseln
Frontiers in plant science 9, 1291, 2018
392018
Handbook on agriculture, biotechnology and development
SJ Smyth, PWB Phillips, D Castle
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2014
392014
The adoption of automated phenotyping by plant breeders
L Awada, PWB Phillips, SJ Smyth
Euphytica 214 (8), 1-15, 2018
382018
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