SUMMARY OF YIELD10 CROP TRAITS IN DEVELOPMENT
|Business Area||Crops Under Evaluation|
Seed Yield Traits-Likely Regulated1
|C3003||Canola, soybean, sorghum and corn|
|C3011||Corn, Camelina and canola|
Seed Yield Traits-Likely Non-Regulated2
|C3004||Camelina and canola|
Oil Enhancing Traits-Likely Non-Regulated2
|C3007||Camelina and canola|
|C3008a||Camelina (non-regulated status granted to Yield10)4|
|C3008a, C3008b and C3009 combinations||Camelina (non-regulated status granted to Yield10)4|
|Additional oil trait combinations||Research in progress|
Yield Improvement Discovery Platform (“GRAIN”) (Traits Potentially Non-Regulated)3
|C4001||Wheat, rice, sorghum and corn|
|C4002||Sorghum and corn|
|C4003||Wheat, rice, sorghum and corn|
|C4004||Wheat and rice|
1 C3003 and C3011 consist of microbial genes and are likely to be subject to regulation by USDA-APHIS.
2 These traits are accessible using genome editing or other methods that do not result in the insertion of non-plant DNA. These approches may be deemed non-regulated by USDA-APHIS based on recent filings by us and other groups.
3 Traits in this area were developed in our T3 platform and all are potentially deployable through approaches which may be non-regulated by USDA-APHIS.
4 Non-regulated status granted by USDA-APHIS. Commercial plant or plant products may be regulated by FDA or EPA.