Nformation on the donor organism

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1. The donor organism is (please, tick):


RNA virus

DNA virus2


fungus (mould, yeast)

higher plant


other (please specify)

  1. Name ( unless a higher plant is involved/ Gymnospermae and Angiospermae/)

order or higher taxon




Strain (for microorganisms)

Latin name

Common name

  1. Name ( where a higher plant is involved/ Gymnospermae and Angiospermae/)

Family name




Variety/ breeding line

Latin name

Common name

  1. Origin


Collection number



  1. Risk class (please fill in q. 5 only in case of notification for contained use of GMOs)

5.1. Is there existing previous classification of the donor, including classification according to Regulation Nr.4 on the protection of employees against risks related to the exposure to biological agents at work?

Yes No

If yes, please specify the risk class and the source of the information.

5.2. If the donor organism does not have a previous risk classification, please give reasons for its risk group classification in accordance with Chapter Three, Part I of the GMO Act.

6. Does knowledge exist about pathogenic, mutagenic or allergenic effects of the donor on humans or about pathogenic effects on animals and/or plants?

Yes No

If yes, please tick all the relevant fields and specify details:






Possible vectors

Possible hosts

Possible activation of latent viruses (proviruses)

Ability to colonise other organisms

7. Degree of relatedness between the donor and recipient organism, or between the parental organisms

8. Techniques for identification and detection of the donor organism (please, fill in separately for each technique)


sensitivity and reliability in quantitative terms


9. Geographical distribution of the organism

Natural habitat in Bulgaria

Natural habitat in Europe

Natural habitat of the organism (please tick)

If microorganism:

  • water

  • soil, free

  • soil, connected to the plant roots

  • connected to animals

  • other

If plant:

  • natural habitat (agro-ecosystem)

If animal:

  • natural habitat (agro-ecosystem)

10. Use or cultivation of the organism

In Bulgaria

In Europe

11. Possible interactions with other organisms in the environment (including natural prey, predators, parasites, competitors, symbionts and hosts)

Yes No

If yes, please specify:

12. Involvement in environmental processes (primary production, nutrient turnover, decomposition of organic matter, respiration, etc.)

Yes No

If yes, please, specify:

13. A

ntibiotic resistance

Yes No

If yes, please specify the type as well as the potential use of these antibiotics in the prophylaxis and/or the therapy of humans and animals.

14. Genetic stability of the donor and factors affecting it

15. Does knowledge exist about the existence of transfer of genetic material between the donor and other organisms under natural conditions?

Yes No

If yes, please, specify:

16. Information on survival, including seasonability and the ability to form survival structures (seeds, spores, sclerotia:

17. Information on the reproduction of the donor organisms under natural conditions
17.1. Generation time in natural ecosystems

17.2. Generation time in the ecosystem of the site of release (please, fill in 16.2 only in case of notification for release into the environment)

17.3. Reproductive cycle

Sexual Asexual

Please, specify:

17.4. Factors, affecting the reproduction ability of the donor organism

Yes No

If yes, please, specify:

18. Nature of indigenous vectors:

nucleotid sequence

frequency of mobilisation


presence of genes which confer resistance

19. Are there any previous genetic modification of the donor organism?

Yes No
If yes, please specify:

20. Will a parental organism3 other than the actual donor organism, be used to obtain the nucleic acid to be transferred?

Yes No
If yes, please, fill in and enclose a separate Form_B1 for the parental organism.


Name, surname

Date, place



Project leader

Biosafety officer

1 If the nucleic acid to be transferred stem from different donor organisms, use a separate Form B1 for each one.

2 Please, enclose a genetic map if available.

3 A parental organism is a GMO that serves as a source for the isolation of genetic material for gene transfer purposes, but which is not the original host of this material and hence not a the donor organism (e.g., as in the case of intermediate cloning of a gene).

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