Global Status of Commercialized Biotech/GM Crops: 2018

The database contains 476 references relating to the Safety and Benefits of Biotechnology and "Not country-specific".

References relating to "Not country-specific":

  1. Global Status of Commercialized Biotech/GM Crops: 2018
    (2019) ISAAA
  2. No Effect of Bt-transgenic Rice on the Tritrophic Interaction of the Stored Rice, the Maize Weevil Sitophilus Zeamais and the Parasitoid Wasp Theocolax elegans
    (2019) Tang Q, Yang Z, Han R, Zhang Y, Shen C, Wang J
  3. Improved folate accumulation in genetically modified maize and wheat
    (2019) Liang Q, Wang K, Liu X, Riaz B, Jiang L, Wan X, Ye X, Zhang C
  4. Presence of Cry1Ab in the Bt maize – aphid (Rhopalosiphum maidis) – ladybeetle (Propylea japonica) system has no adverse effects on insect biological parameters
    (2019) Shu Y, Du Y, Wang J
  5. A proteomic-based approach to study underlying molecular responses of the small intestine of Wistar rats to genetically modified corn (MON810)
    (2019) Al-Harbi A, Lary S, Edwards MG, Qusti S, Cockburn A, Poulsen M, Gatehouse AMR
  6. Golden Rice: To Combat Vitamin A Deficiency for Public Health
    (2019) Dubock A
  7. Development of Allergenicity and Toxicity Assessment Methods for Evaluating Transgenic Sugarcane Overexpressing Sucrose–Phosphate Synthase
    (2019) Neliana IR, Sawitri WD, Ermawati N, Handoyo T, Sugiharto B
  8. Responses of soil enzymatic activities to transgenic Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) crops – A global meta-analysis
    (2019) Li Z, Cui J, Mi Z, Tian D, Wang J, Ma Z, Wang B, Chen HYH, Niu S
  9. Results of a 16-week Safety Assurance Study with Rats Fed Genetically Modified Bt Maize: Effect on Growth and Health Parameters
    (2018) Szymczyk B, Szymczyk W, Świątkiewicz S, Kwiatek K, Sieradzki Z, Mazur M, Bednarek D, Reichert M
  10. Effects of Cry1Ab-expressing Bt rice straw return on juvenile and adult Eisenia fetida
    (2019) Li J, Shu Y, wang F, Wang J
  11. Developmental stage has a greater effect than Cry1Ac expression in transgenic cotton on the phyllosphere mycobiome
    (2018) Pan J, Lv X, Jin D, Bai Z, Qi H, Zhang H, Abbas A, Zhuang G
  12. Lack of adverse effects in subchronic and chronic toxicity/carcinogenicity studies on the glyphosate-resistant genetically modified maize NK603 in Wistar Han RCC rats
    (2019) Steinberg P, van der Voet H, Goedhart P, Kleter G, Kok EJ, Pla M, Nadal A, Zeljenkova D, Alacova R, et al.
  13. Bacterial communities under long-term conventional and transgenic cotton farming systems using V3-V5 and V5-V9 of 16s rDNA
    (2018) Qi X, Liu B, Wu H, Song Q, Jiang J, Bu Y, Rui J, Zou B, Zhou G
  14. Broad Scientific Consensus on Safety of GMO Technology
    (2019) Javier EQ
  15. Genetically engineered crops help support conservation biological control
    (2019) Romeis J, Naranjo SE, Meissle M, Shelton AM
  16. The response of dominant and rare taxa for fungal diversity within different root environments to the cultivation of Bt and conventional cotton varieties
    (2018) Li P, Xue Y, Shi J, Tang X, Ming F
  17. Health and nutrition in sheep receiving Bacillus thuringiensis
    (2018) Campos FC, Corrêa PS, Abdalla Filho AL, Issakowicz J, Monnerat RG, Mui TS, McManus CM, Abdallah A, Louvandini H
  18. Genetically engineered crops help support conservation biological control
    (2019) Romeis J, Naranjo SE, Meissle M, Shelton AM
  19. The GMO90+ project: absence of evidence for biologically meaningful effects of genetically modified maize based-diets on Wistar rats after 6-months feeding comparative trial.
    (2018) Coumoul X, Servien R, Juricek L, Kaddouch-Amar Y, Lippi Y, Berthelot L, Naylies C, Morvan M-L, Antignac J-P, Christèle D-L, Jegou B, et al.
  20. Low risk of pollen-mediated gene flow in transgenic plants under greenhouse conditions
    (2018) Kim D-S, Song L, Ko K