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Publications

To date, SIGMEA partners have published more than 100 refereed papers on issues associated with gene flow, coexistence and gene detection and further papers are being submitted for publication. In addition, SIGMEA has contributed to book chapters on GMO issues, European and National government reports and public debates.

SIGMEA has been directly involved in the organization of the conferences on coexistence (GMCC05 in Montpellier, GMCC07 in Seville and GMCC09 in Melbourn, see http://www.gmcc13.org/).

Final report

Messéan A., Squire G.R.,  Perry J.N., Angevin F., Gómez-Barbero M., Townend D., Sausse, C., Breckling B., Langrell S., Džeroski S., Sweet J.B. (2009). Sustainable introduction of GM crops into european agriculture: a summary report of the FP6 SIGMEA research project. Oléagineux, Corps Gras, Lipides. 16 (n°1), 37-51.

List of publications

Refereed papers 

2011

Langrell Stephen R. H.; Allnutt Theodore R.; Laval Valerie; et al. (2011) Validation of a Real-Time PCR On-Site Quantification Method for MON810 Maize. Food Analytical methods.  Volume: 4   Issue: 3   Pages: 313-318   DOI: 10.1007/s12161-010-9167-z

Middelhoff, U.; Reuter, H. & Breckling, B.  (2011) GeneTraMP, a spatio-temporal model of the dispersal and persistence of transgenes in feral, volunteer and crop plants of oilseed rape and related species. Ecological Indicators.  Volume: 11   Issue: 4   Special Issue: SI   Pages: 974-988   DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolind.2009.03.006

Reuter, H.; Schmidt, G.; Schröder, W.; Middelhoff, U.; Pehlke, H. & Breckling, B. (2011). Regional distribution of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) – Up-Scaling the dispersal and persistence potential of herbicide resistant oilseed Rape (Brassica napus). Ecological Indicators.  Volume: 11 Issue: 4   Special Issue: SI   Pages: 989-999   DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolind.2009.03.007

Robson, P. R. H., Kelly, R., Jensen, E. F., Giddings, G. D., Leitch, M., Davey, C., Gay, A. P., Jenkins, G., Thomas, Howard, Donnison, I. S. (2011). A flexible quantitative methodology for the analysis of gene-flow between conventionally-bred maize populations using microsatellite markers. Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 122, (4), 819-829.

Squire GR, Reuter H, Breckling B, Jorgensen RB, Lecomte J, Pivard S, Dietz-Pfeilstetter A, Young M (2011) Status of feral oilseed rape in Europe. Environmental Science and Pollution Research    Volume: 18   Issue: 1   Pages: 111-115   DOI: 10.1007/s11356-010-0376-1
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2010

Castellazzi, M.S., Matthews, J., Angevin, F., Sausse, C., Wood, G.A., Burgess, P.J., Brown, I., Conrad, K.F., Perry, J.N., 2010. Simulation scenarios of spatio-temporal arrangement of crops at the landscape scale. Env. Model. Soft.,25, 1881-1889.

David, O., Garnier, A., Laredo, C., Lecomte, J., (2010). Estimation of plant demographic parameters from stage-structured Censuses. Biometrics. 66,875-882, Doi : 10.1111/j.1541-0420.2009.01360.x

Le Bail M., Lecroart B., Gauffreteau A., Angevin F., Messean A. (2010)  Effect of the structural variables of landscapes on the risks of spatial dissemination between GM and non-GM maize. European Journal of Agronomy, 33 (1), pp. 12-23.

Vogler A, Bertossa M., Aulinger-Leipner I.E., Stamp P. (2010). Weather effects on cross-pollination in maize. Crop Science  Volume: 50   Issue: 2   Pages: 713-717   DOI: 10.2135/ cropsci2009.04.0213

2009

Andersen N.S., Poulsen G., Andersen B.A., Kiær L.P., D'Hertefeldt T., Wilkinson M.J., Jørgensen R.B. (2009). Processes affecting genetic structure and conservation - a case study of wild and cultivated Brassica rapa. Genet Resour Crop Evol. 56:189-200. DOI 10.1007/s10722-008-9354-6.

Bitocchi E., Nanni L., Giardini A., Buonamici A., Vendramin G.G., Papa R. (2009) Introgression from modern hybrid varieties to landrace populations of maize (Zea maysssp.maysL.) in central Italy. Molecular Ecology, 18:603-621.

Colbach N., Devaux C., Angevin F. (2009) Comparative study of the efficiency of buffer zones and harvest discarding on gene flow containment in oilseed rape: a modelling approach. European Journal of Agronomy. 30:187-198.

Gruber, S., Emrich, K., Claupein, W. (2009). Classification of canola (Brassica napus) winter cultivars by secondary dormancy. Canadian Journal of Plant Science.  Volume: 89  Issue: 4  Pages: 613-619

Vogler, A., Marianne Wettstein-Baettig M., Aulinger-Leipner I.E., Stamp P. (2009) The airborne pollen flow of maize (Zea mays L.) in a multi-crop designed field plot. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology.Volume: 149   Issue: 10   Pages: 1776-1780   DOI: 10.1016/j.agrformet.2009.05.008

2008

Allnutt T. R., Dwyer M. McMillan, J., Henry C., Langrell S.. (2008) Sampling and Modelling for Quantification of Field GM Geneflow. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry.56 (9), 3232-3237.

Bannert, M., Vogler A., Stamp P. (2008) Short-distance cross-pollination of maize in a small filed landscape monitored by grain color marker. European Journal of Agronomy,.29:29-32.

Begg GS, Elliott MJ, Cullen DW, Iannetta PPM, Squire GR (2008) Heterogeneity in the distribution of genetically modified and conventional oilseed rape within fields and seed lots. Transgenic Research, doi:10.1007/s11248-008-9166-7

Bohanec, M., Messéan, A., Scatasta, S., Angevin, F., Žnidaršič, M., Džeroski, S. (2008) A qualitative multi-attribute model for economic and ecological assessment of geneticallymodified crops, Ecol. Model., 215, 247-261 (doi:10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2008.02.016)

Castellazzi M.S., Wood G.A., Burgess P.J., Morris J., Conrad K.F. & Perry J.N.(2008) .A systematic representation of crop rotation. Agricultural Systems. Vol 97, Issues 1-2, April 2008, 26-33.

Colbach N., Dürr C., Gruber S. & Pekrun C. (2008). Modelling the seed bank evolution and emergence of oilseed rape volunteers for managing co-existence of GM and non-GM varieties. European Journal of Agronomy,28, 1, pp 19-32.

Cullen DW, Squire GR, McNicol JW, Jacobs JH, Osborne JL, Ford L, Ramsay G, Scrimgeour C, Young MW. (2008) Development and validation of Gas Chromatography and Real-time quantitative PCR for the quantification of landscape-scale gene flow from varieties of high erucic acid (HEAR) oilseed rape. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture. 88:2253-2264. doi. 10.1002/jsfa 3340.

Debeljak M., Squire G.R., Demšar D., Young M.W. and Džeroski S. (2008). Relations between the oilseed rape volunteer seedbank, and soil factors, weed functional groups and geographical location in the UK. Ecological Modelling, Volume 212, Issues 1-2, 24 March 2008, Pages 138-146

Demont M., Daems W., Dillen K., Mathijs E., Sausse C. and Tollens E.. (2008).Regulating coexistence in Europe: Beware of the domino-effect! Ecological Economics,Volume 64, Issue 4,1 February 2008,Pages 683-689

Devaux C., Klein E. K., Lavigne C., Sausse C., Messéan A. (2008). Environmental and landscape effects on cross-pollination rates observed at long-distance among French oilseed rape (Brassica napus) commercial fields. Journal of Applied Ecology,45, 803-812.(doi:10.1111/j.1365-2664.2007.01400.x)

Farinós, G.P., de la Poza, M. Hernández-Crespo, P., Ortego, F., and Castañera, P. (2008). Diversity and seasonal phenology of the aboveground arthropods in conventional and transgenic maize crops of Central Spain. Biological Control,44-3,362-371

Garnier A., Pivard, S., Lecomte, J. (2008). Measuring and modelling anthopogenic secondary seed dispersal along road verges for feral oilseed rape. Basic and Applied Ecology. 9, 533-541.

Gomez-Barbero Manuel; Berbel Julio; Rodriguez-Cerezo Emilio (2008). Bt corn in Spain – the performance of the EU's first GM crop. Nature Biotechnology  Volume: 26   Issue: 4   Pages: 384-386   DOI: 10.1038/nbt0408-384
Gruber,S., Colbach, N., Barbotin A., Pekrun, C. (2008). Gene escape and postharvest approaches for minimising it. Perspective in Agriculture, Veterinary Sciences, Nutrition and Natural Resources, 3, No 015, 17pp.

Gruber S, Claupein W (2008) Emergence and establishment of volunteer oilseed rape in spring and winter crops.Journal of Plant Diseases and Protection, Special Issue XXI, in press

Hawes C, Haughton A, Bohan DA, Squire G. (2008) Functional approaches for assessing plant and invertebrate abundance patterns in arable systems. Basic and Applied Ecology, 10:34-42, (doi:10.1016/j.baae.2007.11.007)

Ivanovska Aneta, Colbach Nathalie, Debeljak Marko, Džeroski Sašo. (2008) A methodology for studying the feasibility of co-existence between conventional and GM crops: Using machine learning to analyze the output of simulation models. Ecological Modeling Journal.215, 262-271

D’Hertefeldt, T. Jørgensen R.B. and Pettersson L. (2008) Long term persistence of GM oilseed rape in the soil seed bank. Biology Letters, June 23; 4(3):314-317

Lavigne C., Klein E. K., Mari J.-F., Le Ber F., Adamczyk K., Monod H., Angevin F.. (2008) How do genetically modified (GM) crops contribute to background levels of GM pollen In an agricultural landscape? Journal of Applied Ecology.45:1104-1113

Loureiro I, Escorial MC, Garcia-Baudin JM, Chueca MC (2008). Hybridization between wheat andAegilops geniculataand hybrid fertility for potential herbicide resistance transfer. Weed Research. 48:561-570.

Lutman, P J W.,  Sweet,  J. Berry, K. Law, J. Payne, R Simpson,  E. Walker K & Wightman P. (2008).  Weed control in conventional and herbicide tolerant winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus) grown in rotation with winter cereals in the UK. Weed Research.48:408-419.

Novakova K, Hamouz P, Holec J, Soukup J.(2008) Genetic diversity of Beta - complex assessed by RAPD markers. Zeitschrift für Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz, Sonderheft, XXI, Verlag Eugen Ulmer Stuttgart, Germany

Palaudelmàs M., Melé E., Peñas G., Pla M., Nadal A., Serra J., Salvia J., and Messeguer J: (2008). Effect of sowing and flowering dates on maize gene flow. Crop Science,48:2404-2413

Papazova, N., Taverniers, I., Van Bockstaele, E. and De Loose, M..(2008) Sugar beet seed architecture and genetics - influence on the DNA based GM quantification. Seed Science and technology  Volume: 36   Issue: 3   Pages: 546-554

Pivard S, Adamczyk K, Lecomte J, Lavigne C, Bouvier A, Deville A, Gouyon PH, Huet S (2008) Where do the feral oilseed rape populations come from? A large-scale study of their possible origin in a farmland area. Journal of Applied Ecology,45:476-485.

Pivard S., Demšar D., Lecomte J., Debeljak M. and Džeroski. S. 2008. Characterizing the presence of oilseed rape feral populations on field margins using machine learning. Ecological Modelling,Volume 212, Issues 1-2,24 March 2008,Pages 147-154

Reuter, H.; Menzel, G.; Pehlke, G. & Breckling, B. (2008). Hazard Mitigation or Mitigation Hazard? Would genetically modified dwarfed oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.) increase feral survival? Environmental Science and Pollution Research  Volume: 15   Issue: 7   Pages: 529-535   DOI: 10.1007/s11356-008-0049-5 

Richter, O., (2008). Modelling dispersal of populations and genetic information by finite element methods. Environmental Modelling & Software 23: 206-214

Viaud V., Monod H.,  Lavigne C., Angevin F., Adamczyk K., 2008. Spatial sensitivity of maize gene-flow from genetically modified to conventional varieties to landscape pattern: a simulation approach. Landscape Ecology,Volume 23, Issue 9, 1067-1079

2007

Bannert M, Stamp P (2007) Cross-pollination of maize at long distance.European Journal of Agronomy27, 44-51

Bartsch, D., Gathmann, A., Hartley, S., Hendriksen, N.B., Hails, R., Lheureux, K., Kiss, J., Mesdagh, S., Neemann, G., Perry, J. Renckens, S., Schiemann, J., Sweet. (2007) First EFSA experiences with monitoring plans. Journal für Verbraucherschutz und Lebensmittelsicherheit. Journal of Consumer Protection and Food Safety, 2 (2007) Supplement 1:33-36

Begg GS, Cullen, DW, Iannetta PPM, Squire GR (2007) Sources of uncertainty in the quantification of genetically modified oilseed rape contamination in seed lots. Transgenic Research 16, 51-63, doi:10.1007/s11248-006-9029-z

Breckling, B. & Reuter, H. (2007). Analysis of neighbourhood relations: Steps from the local scale to the regional scale. Journal for Consumer Protection and Food Safety. Vol.2 Supplement 1, 59-61 DOI: 10.1007/s00003-007-0293-5

Castellazzi, M.S., Perry, J.N., Colbach, N., Monod, H., Adamczyk, K., Viaud, V. & Conrad, K.F. (2007) New measures and tests of temporal and spatial pattern of crops in agricultural landscapes. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 118, 339-349. doi:10.1016/j.agee.2006.06.003

Damgaard, C., Kjellsson, G. (2007). The combined effect of various GM contamination sources. Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica B 57: 247 – 253

Devaux C., Lavigne C., Austerlitz F., Klein E.K., (2007). Modelling and estimating pollen movement in oilseed rape (Brassica napus) at the landscape scale using genetic markers. Molecular Ecology, 16, 487-499.

Díaz-Mendoza, M., Farinós, G.P., Castañera, P., Hernández-Crespo, P. and Ortego, F. (2007). Proteolytic processing of native Cry1Ab toxin by midgut extracts and purified trypsins from the Mediterranean corn borer Sesamia nonagrioides. Journal of Insect Physiology  53, 428-435

Gruber S, Claupein W (2007) Fecundity of volunteer oilseed rape and estimation of potential gene dispersal by a practice-related model. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 119, 401-408, doi:10.10.16/j.agee.2006.08.007, online at www.sciencedirect.com

Hüsken A, Dietz-Pfeilstetter A (2007) Pollen mediated intraspecific gene flow from herbicide resistant oilseed rape (Brassica napusL.). Transgenic Research 16, 557-569

Jørgensen T, Hauser TP & Jørgensen RB. (2007) Adventitious presence of other varieties in oilseed rape (Brassica napus) from seed banks and certified seed. Seed Science Research  Volume: 17  Issue: 2  Pages: 115-125  DOI: 10.1017/S0960258507708103

Loureiro I, Escorial MC, Garcia-Baudin JM, Chueca MC (2007) Hybridization between wheat (Triticum aestivum) and the wild species Aegilops geniculata and A. biuncialis under experimental field conditions. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 120, 384-390

Loureiro I, Escorial MC, Garcia-Baudin JM, Chueca MC. (2007) Wheat pollen dispersal under semiarid field conditions. Potential outcrossing with Triticum aestivum and Triticum turgidum. Euphytica 156, 25-37

Messéan A., Sausse, C., Gasquez J., Darmency H. (2007). Occurrence of genetically modified oilseed rape seeds in the harvest of subsequent conventional oilseed rape in the rotation, European Journal of Agronomy, Volume 27, Issue 1, Pages 115-122

2006

Ammitzbøll  HA, Jørgensen RB (2006) Hybridization between oilseed rape (Brassica napus) and different populations and species of Raphanus. Environmental Biosafety Research 5, 3-13

Bartsch, D., Bigler, F., Castanera, P., Gathmann, A., Gielkens, M., Hartley, S., Lheureux, K., Renckens, S., Schiemann, J., Sweet, J., Wilhelm, R. (2006) Concepts for General Surveillance of Genetically Modified (GM) Plants: The EFSA position. Journal für Verbraucherschutz und Lebensmittelsicherheit. Journal of Consumer Protection and Food Safety, Volume 1, Supplement 1, p. 15-20

Begg GS, Hockaday S, McNicol JW, Askew M, Squire GR (2006) Modelling the persistence of volunteer oilseed rape (Brassica napus). Ecological Modelling 198, 195-207, doi:10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2006.04.025

Breckling, B. & Reuter, H. (2006). General Surveillance of Genetically Modified Organisms - the Importance of Expected and Unexpected Environmental Effects. Journal for Consumer Protection and Food Safety Supplement 1, 72 - 74

Dietz-Pfeilstetter A, Metge K, Schönfeld J, Zwerger P (2006) Assessment of transgene spread from oilseed rape by population dynamic and molecular analysis of feral oilseed rape. Journal of Plant Diseases and Protection, Special Issue XX, 39–47.

Garnier A, Deville A, Lecomte J. (2006) Stochastic modelling of feral plant populations with seed immigration and road verge management. Ecological Modelling 197, 373-382

Garnier, A. & Lecomte, J., (2006). Using a spatial and stage-structured invasion model to assess the spread of feral populations of transgenic oilseed rape. Ecological Modelling, 194: 141-149.

Gathmann A, Bartsch D (2006) National coordination of GMO monitoring – a concept for Germany. Journal für Verbraucherschutz und Lebensmittelsicherheit. Journal of Consumer Protection and Food Safety, Volume 1, Supplement 1, 45-48

Gruber S, Claupein W (2006) Effect of soil tillage intensity on seedbank dynamics of oilseed rape compared with plastic pellets as reference material. Journal of Plant Diseases and Protection, Special Issue XX, 173-280

Johannessen M.M, Andersen BA, Jørgensen RB (2006) Competition affects the production of   first backcross offspring on F1 hybrids Brassica napus x B. rapa. Euphytica150, 17-25

Loureiro I, Escorial MC, Garcia-Baudin JM, Chueca MC (2006)Evidence of natural hybridization between Aegilops geniculata and wheat under field conditions in Central Spain. Enviromental Biosafety Research 5, 105-109

Melé E, Messeguer J, Palaudelmàs M, Peñas G, Salvia G and Serra J (2006) Coexistencia entre blat de moro Bt i convencional. Dossier Tècnic Nº 10: 19-23. Formació i assessorament al sector agroalimentari. http//www.ruralcat.net Departament de Genètica Vegetal. Centre de Cabrils.

Messeguer J and Melé E, (2006). Gene flow from GE to conventional maize in real situations of coexistence. ISB News Report December 2006: 9-11. www.isb.vt.edu.

Messeguer J, Melé E. (2006) Coexistencia de cultivos tradicionales y genéticamente modificados. In: Organismos modificados genéticamente. Emilio Muñoz Editor. Ephemera: pp:267-27

Messeguer J, Peñas G, Ballester J, Bas M, Serra J, Salvia J, Palaudelmàs M and Melé E (2006) Pollen-mediated gene flow in maize in real situations of coexistence. Plant Biotechnology Journal 4, 633-645

Pekrun C, Lutman PJW, Buchse A, Albertini A, Claupein W (2006)  Reducing potential gene escape in time by appropriate post-harvest tillage - evidence from field experiments with oilseed rape at 10 sites in Europe. European Journal of Agronomy, 25, 289-298

Pla M, La Paz JL, Peñas G, García N, Palaudelmàs M, Esteve T, Messeguer J, Melé E (2006) Assessment of real-time PCR based methods for quantification of pollen-mediated gene flow from GM to conventional maize in a field study. Transgenic Research 15:219–228

Pla M., Messeguer J. & Melé E. (2006). “Gene flow from GE to conventional maize using real-time PCR”. ISB News Report August 2006: 5-7. (http://www.isb.vt.edu/news/2006/ news06.Aug.htm)

Reuter H, Verhoeven R, Middelhoff U, Breckling B (2006) Information System for the Monitoring of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO). Journal for Consumer Protection and Food Safety Supplement1, 89 - 91 

Sausse C, Wagner D, Lucas JL, Estragnat A, Mangenot O, Garric B, Reau R, Devaux C, Champolivier J, Messéan A (2006)  Estimation des pertes à la récolte du colza d'hiver (Brassica napus) dans des conditions variées. Oléagineux Corps gras Lipides 13 (n° 6), 431-438

Stark C, Liepelt S, Dieckvoss M, Bartsch D, Ziegenhagen B, Ulrich A (2006) Fast and simple monitoring of introgressive gene flow from wild beet into sugarbeet. Journal of Sugar Beet Research 43, 145-154

Simpson Euan, McRoberts Neil and Sweet Jeremy (2006). Out-crossing between genetically modified herbicide tolerant and other winter oilseed rape cultivars. Plant Genetic Resources, Volume 4, Number 2, , pp. 96-107(12)

J.B. Sweet & P. J.W. Lutman (2006) A commentary on the BRIGHT programme on herbicide tolerant crops and the implications of the BRIGHT and Farm Scale Evaluation programmes for the development of herbicide tolerant crops in Europe.  Outlooks on Pest Management, December 2006, 249-25

Sweet J. B. (2006) Integrated Approaches to General Surveillance.Journal für Verbraucherschutz und Lebensmittelsicherheit (Journal of Consumer Protection and Food Safety) Volume 1. Supplement 1: 49–50

Sweet J. B. (2006) General Surveillance for unanticipated effects of GM crops: the use of existing monitoring and surveillance networks. OILB Bulletin 29 (5) 173-175

Van de Wiel, C.C.M. & Lotz L.A.P. (2006) Out-crossing and coexistence of genetically modified with (genetically) unmodified crops: a case study of the situation in the Netherlands. NJAS Wageningen Journal of the Life Sciences 54: 17-35.

Vassen A, Gathmann G, Bartsch D (2006) Public GMO location register in Germany for supporting national surveillance measures. Journal für Verbraucherschutz und Lebensmittelsicherheit. Journal of Consumer Protection and Food Safety, Volume 1, Supplement 1, p. 60-63.

2005

Ammitzbøll HA, Mikkelsen T, Jørgensen RB 2005. Environmental effects of transgene expression on hybrid fitness – a case study on oilseed rape. Environmental Biosafety Research 4, 3-12

Andersen NS, Siegismund HR, Jørgensen RB (2005) Low level of gene flow from cultivated beets (Beta vulgaris L. ssp. vulgaris) into Danish populations of sea beet (Beta vulgaris L. ssp. maritima (L.) Arcangeli). Molecular Ecology 14, 1391-1405

Chueca MC, Loureiro I, Escorial MC (2005) Cultivos tolerantes a herbicidas. Riesgo de desarrollo de malas hierbas resistentes. Phytoma 173:128-130.

Colbach N.; Molinari N.; Meynard J. M.; Messean, A., (2005).  Spatial aspects of gene flow between rapeseed varieties and volunteers, Agronomy for Sustainable Development 25 (3): 355-368

Colbach N., Fargue A., Sausse C. Angevin F., (2005) Evaluation and use of a spatio-temporel model of cropping system effects on gene flow. Example of the GeneSys model applied to three co-existing herbicide tolerance transgenes, European Journal of Agronomy, 22, 417 - 440.

Johannessen M.M., Andersen B.A., Jørgensen R.B., (2005). Maternal inheritance of chloroplasts between Brassica rapa and F1-hybrids demonstrated by cpDNA markers specific to oilseed rape and B. rapa. Molecular Breeding , Vol 16, n° 4, 271-278.

Lutman P, Berry K, Payne R, Sweet J, Simpson E, Law J, Walker K, Wightman P, Champion G, May M & Lainsbury M (2005) Persistence of seeds from crops of conventional and genetically modified herbicide tolerant oilseed rape (Brassica napusProc Roy Soc B, 272, 1909-1915.

2004

Bohanec, M., Džeroski, S., Žnidaršič, M., Messéan, A., Scatasta, S., Wesseler, J. (2004) Multi-attribute modelling of economic and ecological impacts of cropping systems, Informatica 28, 387–392,

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