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ISAAA Brief 42-2010: List of Tables and Figures

Global Status of Commercialized Biotech/GM Crops: 2010

Tables

 
Table 1 Global Area of Biotech Crops, the First 14 Years, 1996 to 2010
Table 2 Global Area of Biotech Crops, 2009 and 2010: Industrial and Developing Countries (Million Hectares)
Table 3 Global Area of Biotech Crops in 2009 and 2010: by Country (Million Hectares)
Table 4 Biotech Crops Approved for Commercial Planting in Brazil, 1998 to 1 December 2010
Table 5 Commercial Approvals for Planting, Food and Feed in Argentina, 1996 to 2010
Table 6 Beneficiaries of Direct Benefits of Biotech Soybeans in Argentina, 1996 to 2005
Table 7 Status of Oilseeds Production in India, 2003 to 2009
Table 8 Status of Edible Oil Production, Import and Consumption in India, 2003 to 2010 
Table 9 Break-down of Cotton By-products from 2002-03, 2009-10 and 2010-11
Table 10 Value of Seed Cotton By-products, 2009-10 
Table 11 Land Holdings Distribution and Production of Cotton in India, 2009-2010
Table 12 The Technological Changes Introduced in Cotton in India, 1950 to 2010
Table 13 Adoption of Bt Cotton in India, by Major States, from 2002 to 2010 (000’ ha)
Table 14 Adoption of Single and Multiple Gene Bt Cotton Hybrids in India, 2006 to 2010 (In Millions of Hectares and Percentage)
Table 15a Commercial Release of Different Bt Cotton Events in India, 2002 to 2010
Table 15b Bt and Bt/HT Events Field-tested and Pending Approval for Commercialization in India,  2011-2015
Table 16 Deployment of Approved Bt Cotton Events/Hybrids/Variety by Region in India in 2010
Table 17  Deployment of Approved Bt Cotton Events/Hybrids/Variety by Companies/Institutions in India, 2002 to 2010
Table 18 Twelve Studies Conducted by Public Institutes on the Benefits of Bt Cotton in India for the Years, 1998 to 2010
Table 19 DBT’s Institutional Capacity and Infrastructure for R&D of Crop Biotech in India, 2009
Table 20 Status of Field Trials of Biotech/GM Crops in India, 2010
Table 21 Direct and Spill-over Benefits of HT Canola (Ca$M)
Table 22 Approval of Biotech Crops in China
Table 23 Distribution of Cotton in Pakistan, 2008-09
Table 24 Commercial Release of Different Bt Cotton Varieties and Hybrid in Pakistan, 2010
Table 25 Adoption of Bt Cotton in Pakistan, 2010
Table 26 Status of Advanced Field Trials of Biotech Crops in Pakistan, 2010
Table 27 Adoption of Biotech Crops in South Africa, 2001 to 2010 (Thousand Hectares)
Table 28 Partial Budget for Production of RR®soybean and its Conventional Equivalent in Bolivia
Table 29 Hectares of Canola, Conventional and RR Biotech, Planted in Australia, by State, 2009 and 2010
Table 30 Approval of Biotech Maize Events in the Philippines, 2002 to 2010
Table 31 Adoption of Bt Cotton in Myanmar, 2006 to 2010
Table 32 Hectares of Biotech Bt Maize in the Autonomous Communities of Spain, 1998 to 2010
Table 33 Hectares of Maize in Spain by Province, 2010
Table 34 GM Technologies Featured in the Field Trials
Table 35 Hectares of Major Biotech Seed Crops Grown for Export in Chile, 2002/03 to 2010/11
Table 36 Cultivation of Bt Maize in Portugal in 2010
Table 37 Hectares of Bt Maize Planted in 2006 to 2010 in EU Countries and Hectares of Amflora Potato Grown in the EU countries in 2010
Table 38 GMO Crop Approvals for Import by the European Union, 2004 to 2010
Table 39 Imports of Maize Grain into Cuba, 2006-2009
Table 40 Global Area of Biotech Crops, 2009 and 2010: by Crop (Million Hectares)
Table 41 Global Area of Biotech Crops, 2009 and 2010: by Trait (Million Hectares)
Table 42 Dominant Biotech Crops in 2010 (Million Hectares)
Table 43 Biotech Crop Area as Percent of Global Area of Principal Crops, 2010 (Million Hectares)
Table 44 The Global Value of the Biotech Crop Market, 1996 to 2010
 

Figures

Figure 1 International Prices of Crop Commodities and a Barrel of Crude Oil, 2006 to December 2010 
Figure 2 Global Area of Biotech Crops, 1996 to 2010 (Million Hectares)
Figure 3 Global Area of Biotech Crops, 1996 to 2010: Industrial and Developing Countries (Million Hectares)
Figure 4 Global Area (Million Hectares) of Biotech Crops, 1996 to 2010, by Country, and Mega-Countries, and for the Top Ten Countries
Figure 5 Brazilian Grain Production, 1990 to 2010
Figure 6  Soybean Production Cost in Brazil, 2007/08 to 2010/11
Figure 7  Estimates of Brazilian Soybean Export Revenue (US$ Billion), 1999 to 2010 
Figure 8  Soybean Cultivars Registered in Brazil, 2000 to 2010
Figure 9 Cotton Varieties Registered in Brazil, 1998 to 2010
Figure 10 Maize Hybrids and Lines Registered in Brazil, 1999 to 2010
Figure 11 Economic Benefits from the Adoption of Biotech Crops in Brazil, 1996/97 to 2008/09, by Crop, and by Benefit
Figure 12  Water Savings/Benefits from the Adoption of Biotech Crops in Brazil, 1996/97 to 2008/09, – 287,000 People Benefited from Water Savings of 12.6 Billion Liters
Figure 13 Diesel Savings/Benefits from the Adoption of Biotech Crops in Brazil, 1996/97 to 2008/09; – Diesel Savings of 104.8 Million Liters Enough to Supply a Fleet of 44,000 Vehicles for 13 Years   
Figure 14 Savings of 270,000 Tons of CO2 Emissions for Biotech Crops in Brazil Equivalent to Conserving 2 Million Trees During the Period 1996/97 to 2008/09
Figure 15 Savings of 6,870 Tons of Pesticides (active ingredient) from Planting Biotech Crops in Brazil during the Period 1996/97 to 2008/09
Figure 16 A Schematic Diagram of the Multipurpose Utility of Cotton Crop
Figure 17 Crop-wise Composition of the Availability of Meal (oilcake) in India, 2007-08
Figure 18 Technological Leapfrogging and Cotton Productivity in India, 1950 to 2010
Figure 19 Adoption of Single and Multiple Gene Bt Cotton Hybrids from 2002 to 2010
Figure 20 Percent Adoption of Bt Cotton in India and in Different States Expressed as Percent Adoption Within States and Nationally in India, 2002 to 2010
Figure 21 Adoption of Single and Multiple Gene Bt Cotton Hybrids from 2002 to 2010
Figure 22 Number of Small Farmers Adopting Bt Cotton Hybrids in India, 2002 to 2010
Figure 23 Cotton Hectarage, Production and Yield in India, 2001 to 201
Figure 24 Export and Import of Cotton in India, 2001 to 2010
Figure 25 Bt Cotton Hybrids Market in India (in Rupee Crore), 2002 to 2009
Figure 26 Approval of Events and Bt Cotton Variety & Hybrids in India, 2010
Figure 27 Release of Bt Cotton Hybrids in India, 2002 to 2010
Figure 28 Returns to Labor from Bt Cotton and Conventional Cotton in Rural India, 2010
Figure 29 Percentage of Conventional, Biotech and Mutation-based Herbicide Tolerant (HT) Canola Planted in Canada, 1995 to 2010 (Million Hectares)
Figure 30 Adoption of Bt Cotton in Each Province of Northern China, as Percentage, 1997 to 2006
Figure 31 Declining Trend in the Growth of Agriculture in Pakistan, 1960s to 2000s
Figure 32 Composition of Value of Major Crops, 2009-10
Figure 33 Comparison of Total Exports Versus Textile and Clothing Exports from Pakistan, 2001 to 2010
Figure 34 Trend in Annual Cotton Yields in Pakistan, 1990 to 2010
Figure 35 Cotton Production, Consumption, Export and Import in Pakistan, 1990 to 2010
Figure 36 Flow Chart of Biosafety Regulation in Pakistan
Figure 37 Increase in Hectarage Traits of Biotech Maize in the Philippines and Proportion of Commercialized Traits, 2003 to 2010
Figure 38 Cotton Research & Development Farms in Myanmar
Figure 39 Cotton Area, Production and Yield in Myanmar, 2000 to 2009
Figure 40 Comparing Yield of Long Staple Bt Cotton, Short Staple Cotton and National Average, 2000 to 2009
Figure 41 Map of Cotton-Growing Areas in Burkina Faso
Figure 42 Summary of Three Countries Commercializing Biotech Crops
Figure 43 Global Area of Biotech Crops, 1996 to 2010: by Crop (Million Hectares)
Figure 44 Global Area of Biotech Crops, 1996 to 2010: by Trait (Million Hectares)
Figure 45 Global Total and Trait Hectares of Biotech Crops, 1996 to 2010 (Million Hectares)
Figure 46 Global Adoption Rates (%) for Principal Biotech Crops, 2010 (Million Hectares)
Figure 47 US Revenues from Major GM Crops