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  • GMD99091

    Decision notified date: 26/04/1999

    To study the surface proteins of bacteria and how they contribute to disease.

  • GMD00280

    Decision notified date: 23/02/2001

    The cloning and characterization of insect and arthropod genes involved in antennae and midgut function, including toxin and pathogen susceptibility and resista…

  • NOR04003

    Decision notified date: 26/09/2005

    To grow Wollemi pine (Wollemia nobilis) in the Christchurch Botanic Gardens as a conservation awareness, and education icon and focal point for the Garden's dev…

  • GMD00251

    Decision notified date: 17/08/2000

    To make transgenic tobacco plants contianing cytokinin oxidase promoter-GUS fusions to provide information on how cytokinin oxidase genes control cytokinin lev…

  • APP202699

    Decision notified date: 25/02/2016

    To establish whether there are grounds for the reassessment of Mecoprop containing substances

  • NOC99009

    Decision notified date: 23/02/2000

    To import into containment genetically modified mice (including knockout and transgenic strains) to be used to model diseases of concern in New Zealand, allowin…

  • APP202671

    Decision notified date: 09/11/2015

    To develop low risk modified bacteria, yeast and cell lines in containment to produce sufficient quantity of proteins for functional and structural studies usin…

  • APP202660

    Decision notified date: 11/12/2015

    To import Atrazine 900, a herbicide containing 900g/kg atrazine in the form of a water dispersible granule for the control of broadleaf weeds in maize, sweetcor…

  • GMD99040

    Decision notified date: 03/02/1999

    To test the function of novel eucalyptus, pine and bacterial genes in Eucalyptus species.

  • APP202627

    Decision notified date: 22/02/2016

    To import Trilla, a non-selective herbicide containing 800g/kg diuron in the form of a water dispersible granule for the control of annual and some perennial we…