Native allele definition

Native allele means “a variant of a native gene that is identified in the genetic diversity of plants that are sexually compatible with the recipient plant.” This definition is meant to clarify that the native allele must be a variant found in plants that are sexually compatible with the recipient plant, thereby limiting the potential pesticidal substances to those found in that population. By stating that the native allele is a variant of a native gene, the restriction that the genetic material cannot be derived from a source that is not sexually compatible with the source plant also applies to native alleles.

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