Impact of genetically modified crops on rhizosphere microorganisms and processes: A review focusing on Bt cotton

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  1. Impact of genetically modified crops on rhizosphere microorganisms and processes: A review focusing on Bt cotton
    (2020) Mandal A, Sarkar B, Owens G, Thakur JK, Manna MC, Niazi NK, Jayaraman S, Patra AK
  2. Transgenic cotton and farmers’ health in Pakistan
    (2019) Kouser S, Spielman DJ, Qaim M
  3. Genetically modified (GM) crop use in Colombia: farm level economic and environmental contributions
    (2020) Brookes G
  4. Effects of Cry toxins on non-target soil bacteria during a 2-year follow up study
    (2019) Yaqoob A, Shahid AA, Salisu IB, Azam S, Ahmed M, Rao AQ
  5. Insect Diversity in Conventional and Bt Cottons in the Comarca Lagunera, Mexico
    (2019) Ávila-Rodríguez V, García-Hernández JL, Nava-Camberos U, Martínez-Carrillo JL, Blanco CA
  6. Neighbouring crop diversity mediates the effect of Bt cotton on insect community and leaf damage in fields
    (2019) Liu Y, Luo Z
  7. Transgenic Cry1Ac cotton does not affect the development and fecundity of Chrysoperla carnea
    (2019) Ding R, Ma D, Uwais A, Wang D, Lui J
  8. Evaluation of Population Dynamics of Sucking Pests on Bt and Non Bt Cotton Cultivars
    (2019) Ali A, Farooq A
  9. Influence of Cry1Ac Toxin From Bt Cotton on the Soil Microbiota
    (2019) Fernandes MG, de Araújo RP, Costa EN, Zangirolymo ACTA, Pereira RM
  10. Influence of Cry1Ac Toxin From Bt Cotton on the Soil Microbiota
    (2019) Fernandes MG, de Araújo RP, Costa EN, Zangirolymo ACTA, Pereira RM
  11. Impact of Bt cotton expressing single (Cry1Ac) and dual toxins (Cry1Ac and Cry2Ab) on the fitness of the predator Chrysoperla zastrowi sillemi (Esben-Petersen): prey-mediated tri-trophic analysis
    (2018) Shera PS, Karmaker P, Sharma S, Sangha KS
  12. 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
  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. 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
  15. Evaluation of Cry1Ac and Cry2Aa Toxin Binding to Two Important Beneficial Cotton Field Insects, Harmonia axyridis and Orius similis
    (2018) Wang Y, Li D, Zhou H, Liu H, Niu L, Wang L, Ma W
  16. Impact of transgenic Cry1Ac + CpTI cotton on diversity and dynamics of rhizosphere bacterial community of different root environments
    (2018) Li P, Li Y, Shi J, Yu Z, Pan A, Tang X, Ming F
  17. Status of microflora on Bt and non – Bt cotton
    (2017) Ambhore SN, Barhate BG
  18. Farm income and production impacts of using GM crop technology 1996–2016
    (2018) Brookes G, Barfoot P
  19. Transgenic cotton co-expressing chimeric Vip3AcAa and Cry1Ac confers effective protection against Cry1Ac-resistant cotton bollworm
    (2017) Wen-bo C, Guo-qing L, Hong-mei C, Chen-xi L, Yu-tai X, Chao X, Zhi-cheng S, Soberón M, Bravo A, Kong-ming W
  20. The Effect of the Different Transgenic BT Cotton Technology on the Fiber Quality
    (2017) Rajput LB, Cui J, Zhang S, Luo J, Wang C, Lv L