Data from: Equivalence analysis to support environmental safety assessment: using nontarget organism count data from field trials with cisgenically modified potato

Hilko Van Der Voet, Paul W. Goedhart, Jenny Lazebnik, Geert J. T. Kessel, Ewen Mullins, Joop J. A. Van Loon & Salvatore Arpaia
This paper considers the statistical analysis of entomological count data from field experiments with genetically modified (GM) plants. Such trials are carried out to assess environmental safety. Potential effects on nontarget organisms (NTOs), as indicators of biodiversity, are investigated. The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) gives broad guidance on the environmental risk assessment (ERA) of GM plants. Field experiments must contain suitable comparator crops as a benchmark for the assessment of designated endpoints. In this...
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