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Biosafety Regulation and Processes in Bangladesh: A Guide for Researchers in Agricultural Biotechnology
Biosafety Resource Book Series | November 19, 2020

Part of the South Asia Biosafety Program’s capacity development interventions, this publication aims to inform researchers about the prevailing regulatory administrative system of Bangladesh and outlines the regulatory processes functioning at different stages of research and development of GE crops.

Paraguay’s Path Toward the Simplification of Procedures in the Approval of GE Crops
Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology | August 18, 2020

This paper presents the recent evolution of the regulatory system in Paraguay toward the establishment of a simplified procedure for GE crops that have been already assessed by sound and experienced regulatory systems, taking into account several scientific criteria. Dr. Carmen Vicién, Agriculture & Food Systems Institute in-country partner, was a co-author of this paper, which references the Agriculture & Food Systems Institute’s involvement in the Partnership for Biosafety Risk Assessment and Regulation in Paraguay.

Climate Indicators for Agriculture
USDA Technical Bulletin | July 29, 2020

This report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture focuses on how agricultural systems are impacted by climate change and offers a list of 20 indicators that provide a broad look at what is happening across the country.

Sublethal Endpoints in Non-Target Organism Testing for Insect-Active GE Crops
Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology | June 9, 2020

This review paper focuses on the current status and history of sublethal endpoint use in insect-active GE crops and evaluates the future use of sublethal endpoints for new and emerging technologies.

Genetic Biocontrol for Invasive Species
Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology | May 25, 2020

This publication provides an overview of the state of genetic biocontrol, focusing on several approaches that were the subject of presentations at the Genetic Biocontrol for Invasive Species Workshop, which was sponsored by the OECD’s Co-operative Research Program on Biological Resource Management for Sustainable Agricultural Systems.

Towards a Multiscale Crop Modelling Framework for Climate Change Adaptation Assessment
Nature Plants | April 15, 2020

An advanced multiscale crop modelling framework will enable a gene-to-farm design of resilient and sustainable crop production systems under a changing climate at regional-to-global scales.

Agricultural Biotechnology and Biosafety in South Asia: Progress and Prospects
SAARC Agriculture Centre | September 30, 2019

This book contains the papers and proceedings of the SAARC Regional Consultative Meeting on the Progress and Prospects of Agricultural Biotechnology and Biosafety in South Asia, which took place on June 18- 20, 2019 in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Problem Formulation for Gene Drive Mosquitoes Designed to Reduce Malaria Transmission in Africa: Results from Four Regional Consultations 2016–2018
Malaria Journal | October 15, 2019

This summary publication captures the findings from four African consultations organized by the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) to identify risk hypotheses and data needs for future environmental risk assessment of gene drives in the mosquito Anopheles gambiae.

OECD Consensus Document of the Biology of Mosquito Aedes aegypti
Safety Assessment of Transgenic Organisms in the Environment (Volume 8) | June 23, 2018

Volume 8 of the series Safety Assessment of Transgenic Organisms in the Environment contains the first OECD biosafety consensus document to deal with the biology of an insect, the mosquito Aedes aegypti.

Protocol for US Fruit and Vegetable Crop Modeling

The goal of this protocol is to assess the climate change impact on fruit and vegetable production and potential adaptations, including possible shifts in production area in the United States.

Capacities for the Risk Assessment of GMOs: Challenges to Build Sustainable Systems
Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology | April 5, 2018

The need for functional risk assessment bodies in general, and in the biosafety field in particular, demands continued efforts and commitment from regulatory agencies, if results that are sustainable in time are to be achieved. Dr. Carmen Vicién, Agriculture & Food Systems Institute in-country partner, was a co-author of this paper, which references the Agriculture & Food Systems Institute’s involvement in the Partnership for Biosafety Risk Assessment and Regulation in Paraguay and the use of Agriculture & Food Systems Institute eLearning courses in Kenya.

Using ICT for remote sensing, crowdsourcing and big data to unlock the potential of agriculture data
World Bank | June 27, 2017

ICT in Agriculture, Updated Edition is the revised version of the popular ICT in Agriculture e-Sourcebook, first launched in 2011 and designed to support practitioners, decision makers, and development partners who work at the intersection of ICT and agriculture. Dr. Morven McLean, Agriculture & Food Systems Institute, was a co-author of Chapter 15: “Using ICT for remote sensing, crowdsourcing and big data to unlock the potential of agriculture data. This chapter features an innovative practice summary of the Crop Composition Database.

Feasibility Study of Iron Fortification of Rice in Sub- Saharan Africa

This report contains information on the current health situation, rice production and distribution systems, and potential partners in ten countries in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Crop Health and Its Global Impacts on the Components of Food Security
Food Security | March 17, 2017

This article attempts to develop a framework that would enable assessment of the impacts of plant diseases, referred collectively to as crop health, on food security via its components. Given the number of components and interactions at play, a systems modelling approach is required to address the functioning of food systems exposed to plant disease risks.

A Review of the Food and Feed Safety of the PAT Protein

This document provides a comprehensive review of information and data relevant to the assessment of the protein PAT for food and feed safety.

A Review of the Food and Feed Safety of the Cry1Ac Protein

This document provides a comprehensive review of information and data relevant to the assessment of the protein Cry1Ac for food and feed safety.

A Review of the Food and Feed Safety of the Cry1Ab Protein

This document provides a comprehensive review of information and data relevant to the assessment of the protein Cry1Ab for food and feed safety.

A Review of the Food and Feed Safety of the EPSPS Protein

This document provides a comprehensive review of information and data relevant to the assessment of the EPSPS protein for food and feed safety.

CQuest: Charting a Course for Climate Research in Agriculture Workshop Summary Report

This report contains a full session summary, participation and polling information, and the top research targets identified for US Agriculture during C-Quest: Charting a Course for Climate Research in Agriculture. It also includes research needs and polling results for each of the breakout topics.

Results from the Workshop “Problem Formulation for the Use of Gene Drive in Mosquitoes”
American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene | November 29, 2016

Reducing the incidence of malaria has been a public health priority for nearly a century. However, before new technologies and associated vector control strategies  can be developed and exploited, it will be necessary to understand and assess the likelihood of any potential harms to humans or the environment. To begin this process, the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health and the Agriculture & Food Systems Institute organized an expert workshop to consider the potential risks related to the use of gene drives in Anopheles gambiae for malaria control in Africa.

Effects of a TAKE 10! Classroom-Based Physical Activity Intervention on 3rd to 5th Grades Children’s On-task Behavior
Journal of Physical Activity and Health | January 1, 2016

Prolonged sitting at desks during the school day without a break may result in off-task behavior in students. This study was designed to examine the effects of a classroom physical activity intervention, using TAKE 10!®, on elementary school students’ on-task behavior.

Assessing Sustainable Nutrition Security: The Role of Food Systems

This working paper explores the key domains of sustainable nutrition security (SNS).

Information Tools for Environmental Risk Assessment of Low Level Presence

In order to assist regulators in conducting environmental risk assessments related to LLP, reviews of environmental safety data, including associated regulatory analyses and decisions, for proteins commonly introduced in GE plants have been produced.

A Review of the Environmental Safety of the PAT Protein

This document provides a comprehensive review of information and data relevant to the environmental risk assessment of the protein phosphinothricin-N-acetyl transferase (PAT) produced in genetically engineered (GE) plants by genes isolated from Streptomyces viridochromogenes (pat gene) or Streptomyces hygroscopicus (bar gene) and presents a summary statement about the environmental safety of this protein.

Recommendations for the Design of Laboratory Studies on Non-Target Arthropods for Risk Assessment of Genetically Engineered Plants
Transgenic Research | October 13, 2010

This paper provides recommendations on experimental design for early-tier laboratory studies used in risk assessments to evaluate potential adverse impacts of arthropod-resistant genetically engineered (GE) plants on non-target arthropods (NTAs).

Genetically Modified Crops and Aquatic Ecosystems: Considerations for Environmental Risk Assessment and Non-Target Organism Testing
Transgenic Research | November 26, 2011

The purpose of this document is to demonstrate how comprehensive problem formulation can be used to develop a conceptual model and to identify potential exposure pathways, using Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) maize as a case study.

Low Level Presence in Seed: A Science Based Approach to Expedited Environmental Risk Assessment

The Agriculture & Food Systems Institute organized a workshop held in Buenos Aires, Argentina on December 18-19, 2013 on low level presence (LLP) in seed. This document contains the conference proceedings to address the potential adverse environmental impacts that might arise from an LLP in seed situation using a consistent and scientifically defensible approach to environmental risk assessment.

An Analysis of the Development and Regulation of Agricultural Biotechnology in Pakistan

The purpose of this analysis is to present the context for biosafety regulation in Pakistan, including the investment and infrastructure currently dedicated to advanced agricultural technologies, and to review the legal and regulatory framework present in the country.

Assessment of Inhalation Hazards

The book Assessment of Inhalation Hazards analyzes data from animal exposure and human epidemiology studies for the purpose of assessing the risk posed by pollutants.

The Use of Whole Food Animal Studies in the Safety Assessment of Genetically Modified Crops: Limitations and Recommendations
Critical Reviews in Toxicology | January 1, 2013

This manuscript by Bartholomaeus et al., published in Critical Reviews in Toxicology, focuses on the relevance and utility of whole food animal studies in safety assessments of GM crops (Task Force #10).

Natural Variation in Grain Composition of Wheat and Related Cereals
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry | January 1, 2013

Proceedings from the 2012 IFBiC Plant Compositional Analysis Workshop, published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (Shewry et al. 2013;61(35):8295-8303) (Task Force #12).

How Composition Methods Are Developed and Validated
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry | January 1, 2013

Proceedings from the 2012 IFBiC Plant Compositional Analysis Workshop, published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (Rogers. 2013;61(35):8312-8316) (Task Force #12).

Bringing a Transgenic Crop to Market: Where Compositional Analysis Fits
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry | January 1, 2013

Proceedings from the 2012 IFBiC Plant Compositional Analysis Workshop, published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (Privalle et al. 2013;61(35):8260-8266) (Task Force #12).

Application of Laws, Policies, and Guidance From the United States and Canada to the Regulation of Food and Feed Derived From Genetically Modified Crops: Interpretation of Composition Data
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry | January 1, 2013

Proceedings from the 2012 IFBiC Plant Compositional Analysis Workshop, published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (Price and Underhill. 2013;61(35):8349-8355) (Task Force #12).

Biological Importance and Statistical Significance
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry | January 1, 2013

Proceedings from the 2012 IFBiC Plant Compositional Analysis Workshop, published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (Lovell. 2013;61(35):8340–8348) (Task Force #12).

Availability and Utility of Crop Composition Data
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry | January 1, 2013

Proceedings from the 2012 IFBiC Plant Compositional Analysis Workshop, published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (KItta. 2013;61(35):8304–8311) (Task Force #12).

Food Safety: Importance of Composition for Assessing Genetically Modified Cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz)
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry | January 1, 2013

Proceedings from the 2012 IFBiC Plant Compositional Analysis Workshop, published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (Jansen van Rijssen et al. 2013;61(35):8333-8339) (Task Force #12).

Compositional Analysis of Genetically Modified (GM) Crops: Key Issues and Future Needs
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry | January 1, 2013

Proceedings from the 2012 IFBiC Plant Compositional Analysis Workshop, published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (Hoekenga et al. 2013;61(35):8248–8253) (Task Force #12).

Evaluation of Endogenous Allergens for the Safety Evaluation of Genetically Engineered Food Crops: Review of Potential Risks, Test Methods, Examples and Relevance
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry | January 1, 2013

Proceedings from the 2012 IFBiC Plant Compositional Analysis Workshop, published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (Goodman et al. 2013;61(35):8317–8332).

Genetics and Consequences of Crop Domestication
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry | January 1, 2013

Proceedings from the 2012 IFBiC Plant Compositional Analysis Workshop, published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (Flint-Garcia et al. 2013;61(35):8267-8276).

Safety of GM Crops: Compositional Analysis
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry | January 1, 2013

Proceedings from the 2012 IFBiC Plant Compositional Analysis Workshop, published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (Brune et al. 2013;61(35):8243-8247) (Task Force #12).

Traditional and Modern Plant Breeding Methods With Examples in Rice (Oryza sativa L.).
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry | January 1, 2013

Proceedings from the 2012 IFBiC Plant Compositional Analysis Workshop, published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (Breseghello et al. 2013;61(35):8277–8286) (Task Force #12).

Evaluating the Potential for Adverse Interactions Within Genetically Engineered Breeding Stacks
Plant Physiology | January 1, 2013

This article, published in Plant Physiology, discusses evaluation of the potential for interactions between the products of the events in a GE stack that impact food and feed safety in the context of conventional breeding of non-GE plants (Task Force #9).

Mineral Biofortification Strategies for Food Staples: The Example of Common Bean
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry | January 1, 2013

Proceedings from the 2012 IFBiC Plant Compositional Analysis Workshop, published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (Blair et al. 2013;61(35):8287-8294).

Crop Genome Plasticity and Its Relevance to Food and Feed Safety of Genetically Engineered Breeding Stacks
Plant Physiology | January 1, 2012

This article, published in the December 2012 issue of Plant Physiology, draws on insights from plant breeding, describes the plasticity of conventional plant genomes over generations of crossing and selection, and considers the implications of event stacking on food and feed safety in the context of normal plant genome behavior (Task Force #9).

Improvements to the International Life Sciences Institute Crop Composition Database
Journal of Food Composition and Analysis | January 1, 2010

This article in the Journal of Food Composition and Analysis describes enhancements made in Version 4.0 of the Crop Composition Database.

Application of Food and Feed Safety Assessment Principles to Evaluate Transgenic Approaches to Gene Modulation in Crops
Food and Chemical Toxicology | January 1, 2010

Published in Food and Chemical Toxicology (2010;48:1773-1790), this article reviews the main aspects of the current safety assessment paradigm and to recommends scientifically sound principles for conducting a safety assessment for GM crops that are developed by technologies that modify endogenous plant gene expression (Task Force #8).

The Use of 35S and Tnos Expression Elements in the Measurement of Genetically Engineered Plant Materials
Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry | January 1, 2009

An original paper in Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry by Marcia Holden et al. (Sampling and Detection).

Evaluation of Protein Safety in the Context of Agricultural Biotechnology
Food and Chemical Toxicology | January 1, 2008

This document puts forth a scientifically based two-tiered, weight-of evidence strategy to assess the safety of novel proteins (Task Force #6).

Sampling and Detection Methods for Products of Modern Agricultural Biotechnology in NAFTA Countries

This document provided background information for an October 11- 12, 2007 ILSI IFBiC discussion workshop on specific issues and viewpoints related to harmonization of sampling and detection methods for GM foods in NAFTA countries (Sampling and Detection).

October 2007 Workshop Background Paper on Sampling and Detection Methods

This report represents a unique survey of the present status of GMO activities in the North American Free Trade Agreement region. Available in English, Portuguese, and Spanish.

Nutritional and Safety Assessments of Food and Feeds Nutritionally Improved through Biotechnology: Case Studies
Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety | January 1, 2008

An IFBiC report published in Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety  (Task Force #4).

Nutritional and Safety Assessments of Foods and Feeds Nutritionally Improved Through Biotechnology: Case Studies (Executive Summary)
Journal of Food Science | January 1, 2007

Executive Summary published in Journal of Food Science (Task Force #4).

Best Practices for the Conduct of Animal Studies to Evaluate Crops Genetically Modified for Output Traits

An IFBiC/FASS reference publication scientists who conduct bioavailability, performance, processing, and animal-derived food product studies with nutrientenhanced crops and their coproducts (Task Force #5).

Evaluación de Inocuidad y Aptitud Nutricional de Alimentos y Forrajes Mejorados Nutricionalmente a Través de la Biotecnología

This is a Spanish-language report from an ILSI biotech workshop held in Argentina from October 6-8 2005. It describes the participants and includes a summary of the various talks held during the workshop (Task Force #4).

Nutritional and Safety Assessments of Foods and Feeds Nutritionally Improved through Biotechnology: An Executive Summary
Concise Reviews in Food Science | January 1, 2004

An IFBiC report in Concise Reviews in Food Science. Available in English, Spanish, and Korean (Task Force #4).

Development of the International Life Sciences Institute Crop Composition Database
Journal of Food Composition and Analysis | January 1, 2004

A journal article describing the development and usefulness of the IFBiC Crop Composition Database (Task Force #7).

Nutritional and Safety Assessments of Foods and Feeds Nutritionally Improved through Biotechnology
Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety | January 1, 2004

An IFBiC report published in Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety (Task Force #4).

Best Practices for the Conduct of Animal Studies to Evaluate Crops Genetically Modified for Input Traits

IFBiC/FASS recommendations on guidelines for the production, harvest, sampling, and analysis of GM plants containing input traits and for the conduct of animal experiments using these plants (Task Force #5).

Biotechnology-Derived Nutritious Foods for Developing Countries: Needs, Opportunities, and Barriers

This is a discussion summary and expanded abstracts from a workshop organized by the Agriculture & Food Systems Institute (the ILSI Human Nutrition Institute) and International Food Biotechnology Committee, the International Food Policy Research Institute, and the Joint Institute for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition.

Assessment of the Allergenic Potential of Foods Derived from Genetically Engineered Crop Plants
Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition | January 1, 1996

This article by Metcalfe et al. was published in a special supplement to Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition (1996;36(Suppl):S165-S186).

Editorial: Biotechnologies and Food: Assuring the Safety of Foods Produced by Genetic Modification
Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology | January 1, 1990

This editorial by Coulston et al. was published in Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology (1990;12(3):213).

1990 Report on Biotechnology
Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology | January 1, 1990

1990 Historical Document in Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmocology prepared by the ILSI International Food Biotechnology Council, the precursor to the ILSI International Food Biotechnology Committee.

Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals: Endocrine System

This book is part of the series “Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals,” sponsored by the Agriculture & Food Systems Institute between 1985 and 1998. The series was intended for pathologists, toxicologists, and other interested in evaluating and harmonizing toxicological testing. Its goal was to provide useful information to pathologists involved in studies of foods, drugs, chemicals, and other substances found in the environment.

Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals: Respiratory System

This book is part of the series “Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals,” sponsored by the Agriculture & Food Systems Institute between 1985 and 1998. The series was intended for pathologists, toxicologists, and other interested in evaluating and harmonizing toxicological testing. Its goal was to provide useful information to pathologists involved in studies of foods, drugs, chemicals, and other substances found in the environment.

Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals: Genital System

This book is part of the series “Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals,” sponsored by the Agriculture & Food Systems Institute between 1985 and 1998. The series was intended for pathologists, toxicologists, and other interested in evaluating and harmonizing toxicological testing. Its goal was to provide useful information to pathologists involved in studies of foods, drugs, chemicals, and other substances found in the environment.

Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals: Nervous System

This book is part of the series “Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals,” sponsored by the Agriculture & Food Systems Institute between 1985 and 1998. The series was intended for pathologists, toxicologists, and other interested in evaluating and harmonizing toxicological testing. Its goal was to provide useful information to pathologists involved in studies of foods, drugs, chemicals, and other substances found in the environment.

Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals: Hemopoietic System

This book is part of the series “Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals,” sponsored by the Agriculture & Food Systems Institute between 1985 and 1998. The series was intended for pathologists, toxicologists, and other interested in evaluating and harmonizing toxicological testing. Its goal was to provide useful information to pathologists involved in studies of foods, drugs, chemicals, and other substances found in the environment.

Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals: Integument and Mammary Glands

This book is part of the series “Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals,” sponsored by the Agriculture & Food Systems Institute between 1985 and 1998. The series was intended for pathologists, toxicologists, and other interested in evaluating and harmonizing toxicological testing. Its goal was to provide useful information to pathologists involved in studies of foods, drugs, chemicals, and other substances found in the environment.

Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals: Cardiovascular and Musculoskeletal Systems

This book is part of the series “Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals,” sponsored by the Agriculture & Food Systems Institute between 1985 and 1998. The series was intended for pathologists, toxicologists, and other interested in evaluating and harmonizing toxicological testing. Its goal was to provide useful information to pathologists involved in studies of foods, drugs, chemicals, and other substances found in the environment.

Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals: Eye and Ear

This book is part of the series “Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals,” sponsored by the Agriculture & Food Systems Institute between 1985 and 1998. The series was intended for pathologists, toxicologists, and other interested in evaluating and harmonizing toxicological testing. Its goal was to provide useful information to pathologists involved in studies of foods, drugs, chemicals, and other substances found in the environment.

Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals: Nonhuman Primates II

This book is part of the series “Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals,” sponsored by the Agriculture & Food Systems Institute between 1985 and 1998.

Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals: Nonhuman Primates I

This book is part of the series “Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals,” sponsored by the Agriculture & Food Systems Institute between 1985 and 1998. The series was intended for pathologists, toxicologists, and other interested in evaluating and harmonizing toxicological testing.

IVACG Statement on Clustering of Xerophthalmia and Vitamin A Deficiency Within Communities and Families

The International Vitamin A Consultative Group’s statement about the relationship between xerophthalmia and vitamin A deficiency.

Correlations Between In Vitro and In Vivo Investigations in Inhalation Toxicology

This book represents scientific work presented at the Fifth International Symposium, covering new developments in this field of research.

Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals: Digestive System

This book is part of the series “Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals,” sponsored by the Agriculture & Food Systems Institute between 1985 and 1998.

Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals: Urinary System

This book is part of the series “Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals,” sponsored by the Agriculture & Food Systems Institute between 1985 and 1998. The series was intended for pathologists, toxicologists, and other interested in evaluating and harmonizing toxicological testing. Its goal was to provide useful information to pathologists involved in studies of foods, drugs, chemicals, and other substances found in the environment.

Overweight Children and Adolescents: Description, Epidemiology, and Demographics
Pediatrics | January 1, 1998

This article is part of a 1998 supplement to the journal Pediatrics “The Causes and Health Consequences of Obesity in Children and Adolescents.”

Measurement Issues Related to Studies of Childhood Obesity: Assessment of Body Composition, Body Fat Distribution, Physical Activity, and Food Intake
Pediatrics | January 1, 1998

This article is part of a 1998 supplement to the journal Pediatrics “The Causes and Health Consequences of Obesity in Children and Adolescents.”

The Physiology of Body Weight Regulations: Relevance to the Etiology of Obesity in Children
Pediatrics | January 1, 1998

This article is part of a 1998 supplement to the journal Pediatrics “The Causes and Health Consequences of Obesity in Children and Adolescents.”

Development of Eating Behaviors Among Children and Adolescents
Pediatrics | January 1, 1998

This article is part of a 1998 supplement to the journal Pediatrics “The Causes and Health Consequences of Obesity in Children and Adolescents.”

Health Consequences of Obesity in Youth: Childhood Predictors of Adult Disease
Pediatrics | January 1, 1998

This article is part of a 1998 supplement to the journal Pediatrics “The Causes and Health Consequences of Obesity in Children and Adolescents.”

Development of Physical Activity Behaviors Among Children and Adolescents
Pediatrics | January 1, 1998

This article is part of a 1998 supplement to the journal Pediatrics “The Causes and Health Consequences of Obesity in Children and Adolescents.”

Treatment of Pediatric Obesity
Pediatrics | January 1, 1998

This article is part of a 1998 supplement to the journal Pediatrics “The Causes and Health Consequences of Obesity in Children and Adolescents.”

Childhood Obesity: Future Directions and Research Priorities
Pediatrics | January 1, 1998

This article is part of a 1998 supplement to the journal Pediatrics “The Causes and Health Consequences of Obesity in Children and Adolescents.”

IVACG Statement: Safe Doses of Vitamin A During Pregnancy and Lactation

International Vitamin A Consultative Group statement regarding the appropriate amount of vitamin A supplementation for pregnant and breast feeding women.

IVACG: The Bioavailability of Dietary Carotenoids: Current Concepts

This report discusses the accessibility of carotenoids, a major source of vitamin A in diets, from a world perspective.

IVACG: Combining Vitamin A Distribution with EPI Contacts: A Report of an International Vitamin A Consultative Group (IVACG) Task Force

This report explains the findings of a task force assembled to assess and direct the efforts of the Expanded Programme on Immunization and their administration of supplemental vitamin A in deficient populations.

IVACG: Delivery of Vitamin A Supplements With DPT/Polio and Measles Immunization

This statement by the International Vitamin A Consultative Group discusses the necessity and implementation possibilities of vitamin A supplements for children.

Pathobiology of the Aging Dog, Volume 1

This book’s purpose is to provide up-to-date information on age associated changes that influence the interpretation of pathologic data derived from experiment studies using dogs.

Pathobiology of the Aging Dog, Volume 2

Volume two of a two-volume monograph on the pathobiology of aging dogs is the third and last of a series whose two previous book series where related to the ageing of rats and mice.

Decreased Food Intake with Age
Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences | January 1, 2001

This article is part of a Special Issue supplement of Journals of Gerontology entitled “Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Quality of Life in Older Adults.”

Dietary Intake, Dietary Patterns, and Changes with Age: An Epidemiological Perspective
Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences | January 1, 2001

This article is part of a Special Issue supplement of Journals of Gerontology entitled “Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Quality of Life in Older Adults.”

Nutrition and Quality of Life in Older Adults
Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences | January 1, 2001

This article is part of a Special Issue supplement of Journals of Gerontology entitled “Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Quality of Life in Older Adults.”