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Activities of CaMV 35S andnospromoters in pollen: implications for field release of transgenic plants
Journal of Experimental Botany
The expression of foreign genes in pollen may pose potential problems in the field release of transgenic plants, since pollen represents a route whereby foreign genes and their products may escape into the wider environment. The possible risks posed by crosshybridization with wild relatives have been extensively explored, but problems that may arise due to the expression of foreign gene products in pollen have not been so widely studied. The activities of the CaMV 35S and nos promoters indoi:10.1093/jxb/48.2.265 fatcat:vivumoq2dfcr7mnljme5aebcze