Assessment of the Influence of Transgenic Cotton on Beneficial Soil Rhizosphere Microbes

The database contains 264 references relating to the Safety and Benefits of Biotechnology and "Cotton".

References relating to "Cotton":

  1. Assessment of the Influence of Transgenic Cotton on Beneficial Soil Rhizosphere Microbes
    (2017) Mathivanan S, Raghupathi S
  2. Impacts of Bt cotton on profitability, productivity and farm inputs in Pakistan: use of panel models
    (2017) Bakhsh K
  3. Transfer of Cry1Ac and Cry2Ab proteins from genetically engineered Bt cotton to herbivores and predators
    (2017) Meissle M, Romeis J
  4. The Socio-economic Impacts of GM Cotton in Burkina Faso: Does Farm Structure Affect How Benefits are Distributed?
    (2016) Vitale J, Vognan G, Vitale PP
  5. Evaluation of Economic, Land Use, and Land-use Emission Impacts of Substituting Non-GMO Crops for GMO in the United States
    (2016) Taheripour F, Mahaffey H, Tyner WE
  6. Bt cotton and employment effects for female agricultural laborers in Pakistan
    (2016) Kouser S, Abedullah, Qaim M
  7. The success story of Bt cotton in Burkina Faso: a role model for sustainable cotton production in other cotton-growing countries?
    (2016) Pertry I, Sanou IRE, Speelman S, Ingelbrecht I
  8. Next generation transgenic cotton: pyramiding RNAi and Bt counters insect resistance
    (2017) Ni M, Ma W, Gao M, Dai Y, Wei X, Zhang L, Peng Y, Chen S, Ding L, Tian Y, Li J, Wang H, Wang X, Xu G, Guo W, Yang Y, Wu Y, Heuberger S, Tabashnik BE, Zhang T, Zhu Z
  9. Twenty Years of GM crops in Argentine Agriculture
    (2016) Trigo EJ
  10. Bt cotton in India, pesticide use and environmental impact in India
    (2016) Saravanan S
  11. Effects of soil salinity on rhizosphere soil microbes in transgenic Bt cotton fields
    (2016) Luo J-Y, Zhang S, Zhu X-Z, Lu L-M, Wang C-Y, LI C-H, Cui J-J, Zhou Z-G
  12. The Sustainability of the Farm-level Impact of Bt Cotton in China
    (2016) Qiao F, Huang J, Zhang C
  13. Assessing Fungal Population in Soil Planted with Cry1Ac and CPTI Transgenic Cotton and Its Conventional Parental Line Using 18S and ITS rDNA Sequences over Four Seasons
    (2016) Qi X, Liu B, Song Q, Zou B, Bu Y, Wu H, Ding L, Zhou G
  14. Ecosystem impacts of pesticide reductions through Bt cotton adoption
    (2016) Veettil PC, Krishna VV, Qaim M
  15. Agricultural biotechnology and crop productivity: macro-level evidences on contribution of Bt cotton in India
    (2016) Srivastava SK, Kolady D
  16. Pollen-mediated gene flow in the cultivation of transgenic cotton under experimental field conditions in Spain
    (2016) Loureiro I, García-Ruiz E, Antonio Gutiérrez M, Gómez P, Escorial M-C, Chueca M-C
  17. Weed management in cotton: The potential of GM crops
    (2016) Dhanalakshmi R, Ramamohan G, Ashish B, Suresh PJ
  18. The Adoption and Impact of Genetically Modified (GM) Crops in Australia: 20 years’ experience
    (2016) Brookes G
  19. Soil ecological safety evaluation for bivalent transgenic cotton plants: Root exudates versus soil enzyme activities and soil microbial diversity
    (2016) Wu H-S, Shi X, Li J, Liu Y-D, Xu Y, Chen S-Y, Ren Q-Q, Xiao S-H
  20. Impact of transgenic cotton expressing cry1Ac and cry2Ab genes on soil rhizosphere bacterial and fungal populations in soils of central Kenya
    (2016) Swilla J, Waturu CN, Rubindamayugi ST