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ISAAA Brief 41-2009: List of Tables and Figures

Global Status of Commercialized Biotech/GM Crops: 2009

Tables

 
Table 1. Global Area of Biotech Crops, the First 14 Years, 1996 to 2009
Table 2. Global Area of Biotech Crops, 2008 and 2009: Industrial and Developing Countries (Million Hectares)
Table 3. Global Area of Biotech Crops in 2008 and 2009: by Country (Million Hectares)
Table 4. Agricultural Exports and Net Agricultural Trade in Brazil, in US$ Billions, for 2005 to 2008
Table 5. Biotech Crops Approved for Commercial Planting in Brazil, 1998 to 1 December 2009
Table 6.  2008 World Fuel Ethanol Production
Table 7. Environmental Benefits of Biotech Adoption in Brazil, 2008/09 to 2017/18
Table 8. Benefits and “Lost Benefits” (US$ Billions) from RR®Soybean in Brazil, 1997 to 2008
Table 9. Potential Economic Benefits of Biotech in Brazil if Adopted in Reasonable Time Frame in Next Decade (US$ Billions)
Table 10 Commercial Approvals for Planting, Food and Feed, in Argentina, 1996 to 2009
Table 11. Beneficiaries of Direct Benefits of Biotech Soybeans in Argentina, 1996 to 2005
Table 12. Land Holdings Distribution and Production of Cotton in India, 2008-2009
Table 13. Cotton Growing Zones in India, 2008-2009
Table 14.    Adoption of Bt Cotton in India, by Major State, from 2002 to 2009 (Thousand Hectares)
Table 15. Adoption of Single and Multiple Bt Cotton in India, 2006 to 2009 (In Millions of      Hectares and Percentage)  
Table 16. Value of the Total Pesticide Market in India in 1998 and 2006 Relative to the  Value of the Cotton Insecticide Market
Table 17. Consumption of Pesticides in India, 2001 to 2006 (Metric Tons of Technical Grade or Active Ingredients)
Table 18. Commercial Release of Different Bt Cotton Events in India, 2002 to 2009
Table 19. Deployment of Approved Bt Cotton Events/Hybrids/Variety by Region in India in 2009
Table 20. Deployment of Approved Bt Cotton Events/Hybrids/Variety by Companies/Institutions in India, 2002 to 2009
Table 21.    Pesticide Residue Levels in Brinjal in India
Table 22.   Summarized Results of MLRTs with Bt Brinjal Hybrids from Mahyco, 2004 to 2006
Table 23. Summarized Results of MLRTs with Bt Brinjal Hybrids from ICAR trials, 2004 to 2006
Table 24.   Summarized Results of Mean Cumulative Shoot and Fruit Damage in Brinjal, 2004 to 2008
Table 25.   Summarized Results of Agronomic Performance of the Two-Year Large-Scale Field Trials (LSTs) of Bt Brinjal Hybrids Conducted by AICVIP /IIVR in India, 2007-08 and 2008-09
Table 26. Mean Economic Performance of Two-Year Large-Scale Field Trials (LSTs) of Bt Brinjal Hybrids Conducted by AICVIP /IIVR in India, 2007-08 and 2008-09
Table 27.   DBT’s Institutional Capacity and  Infrastructure for R&D of Crop Biotech in India
Table 28.   Status of Field Trials of Biotech/GM Crops in India, 2009
Table 29.  Eleven Studies Conducted by Public Institutes on the Benefits of Bt Cotton in India for the Years, 1998 to 2009
Table 30. Approval and Commercialization of Biotech Crops in China
Table 31. Adoption of Biotech Crops in South Africa, 2001 to 2009 (Thousand Hectares)
Table 32. Partial Budget for Production of RR®soybean and its Conventional Equivalent in Bolivia
Table 33. Hectares of Canola, Conventional and RR Biotech, Planted in Australia, by State, 2008 and 2009.
Table 34. Performance of RR®Canola and Farmer Comparator Technologies in Australia
Table 35. Summary of Results of Bt Cotton and Conventional Cotton Farmers in Burkina Faso, 2008
Table 36. Hectares of Biotech Bt Maize in the Autonomous Communities of Spain, 1998 to 2009
Table 37. Hectares of Maize in Spain by Province, 2009
Table 38. Field Trials of Biotech Maize Approved for Planting in Mexico in 2009
Table 39. Hectares of Major Biotech Seed Crops Grown for Export in Chile, 2002/03 to 2009/10
Table 40.  Cultivation of Bt Maize in Portugal in 2009
Table 41. Hectares of Bt Maize Planted in 2006 to 2009 in the EU Countries* which Grew Bt Maize in 2009
Table 42.  GMO Crop Approvals for Import by the European Union, 2004-2009
Table 43.   Global Area of Biotech Crops, 2008 and 2009: by Crop (Million Hectares)
Table 44.   Global Area of Biotech Crops, 2008 and 2009: by Trait (Million Hectares)
Table 45. Adoption of Single, Double and Triple Stacked Traits in Biotech Maize in the USA in 2007 and 2009
Table 46.   Dominant Biotech Crops in 2009 (Million Hectares)
Table 47. Biotech Crop Area as Percent of Global Area of Principal Crops, 2009 (Million Hectares)
Table 48. The Global Value of the Biotech Crop Market, 1996 to 2009
 

Figures

 
Figure 1. International Prices of Crop Commodities and a Barrel of Crude Oil, 2006 to December  2009
Figure 2. Global Area of Biotech Crops, 1996 to 2009 (Million Hectares)
Figure 3. Global Area of Biotech Crops, 1996 to 2009: Industrial and Developing Countries (Million Hectare)
Figure 4. Global Area (Million Hectares) of Biotech Crops, 1996 to 2009, by Country, and Mega-Countries, and for the Top Eight Countries
Figure 5. Brazilian Grain Production, 1990 to 2009
Figure 6. Brazilian Soybean Export Revenue (US$ Billion) for 1999 to 2009 Estimates
Figure 7. Brazilian Real Versus US$ Exchange Rate, 2001 to 2009
Figure 8. Global Soybean Prices, for 2001 to 2009
Figure 9. Soybean Production Cost in Brazil, 2007/08 to 2009/10
Figure 10. Soybean Cost of Production in Brazil, 2009/10
Figure 11. Projected Changes in Grain Planted Area, Brazil, 2008/09 and 2009/10
Figure 12. Soybean Cultivars Registered in Brazil, 2000 to 2009
Figure 13.  Cotton Varieties Registered in Brazil, 1999 to 2009
Figure 14. Maize Hybrids and Lines Registered in Brazil, 1999 to 2009
Figure 15.  Top Sugar Producers, 2008/2009 (Estimates)
Figure 16.  Biodiesel Production in Brazil, 2005 to 2009
Figure 17.  Adoption of Bt Cotton in India for the Eight Year Period, 2002 to 2009
Figure 18. Percent Adoption of Bt Cotton in India and in Different States Expressed as Percent Adoption within States and Nationally in India, 2002 to 2009
Figure 19. Adoption of Single and Multiple Gene Bt Cotton Hybrids from 2002 to 2009
Figure 20. Number of Small Farmers Adopting Bt Cotton Hybrids in India, 2002 to 2009
Figure 21. Cotton Hectarage, Production and Yield in India, 2001 to 2009
Figure 22.  Export and Import of Cotton in India, 2001 to 2009
Figure 23. Crop Biotechnology Industry Market in India (in Rupee Crore), 2002 to 2008
Figure 24. Approval of Events and Bt Cotton Variety & Hybrids in India, 2009
Figure 25.  Release of Bt Cotton Hybrids in India, 2002 to 2009
Figure 26. Protocol Followed in Chronological Order, for Regulatory Approval of Bt Brinjal in India, 2000 to 2009
Figure 27. Percentage of Conventional, Biotech and Mutation based Herbicide tolerance (HT) Canola Planted in Canada, 1996-2009 (Million Hectares)
Figure 28. Adoption of Bt Cotton in Each Province of Northern China, as Percentage, 1997 to 2006
Figure 29. Increase in Hectarage Traits of Biotech Maize in the Philippines and Proportion of Commercialized Traits, 2003 to 2009.
Figure 30.  Map of Cotton-Growing Areas in Burkina Faso*
Figure 31.  Global Area of Biotech Crops, 1996 to 2009: by Crop (Million Hectares)
Figure 32.  Global Area of Biotech Crops, 1996 to 2009: by Trait (Million Hectares)
Figure 33. Global Adoption Rates (%) for Principal Biotech Crops, 2009 (Million Hectares)
Figure 34. US Revenues from Major GM crops