Presence of Cry1Ab in the Bt maize – aphid (Rhopalosiphum maidis) – ladybeetle (Propylea japonica) system has no adverse effects on insect biological parameters

The database contains 327 references relating to the Safety and Benefits of Biotechnology and "Maize".

References relating to "Maize":

  1. 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
  2. The impact of Bt maize expressing the Cry1Ac protein on non-target arthropods
    (2019) Xing Y, Qin Z, Feng M, Li A, Zang L, Wang Y, Dong X, Zang Y, Shi W
  3. 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
  4. Twenty-one years of using insect resistant (GM) maize in Spain and Portugal: farm-level economic and environmental contributions
    (2019) Brookes G
  5. Effects of non-genetically and genetically modified organism (maize-soybean) diet on growth performance, nutrient digestibility, carcass weight, and meat quality of broiler chicken
    (2019) Zhang S, Ao X, Kim IH
  6. Use of Taxonomic and Trait-Based Approaches to Evaluate the Effects of Transgenic Cry1Ac Corn on the Community Characteristics of Soil Collembola
    (2019) Song X, Chang L, Reddy GVP, Zhang L, Fan C, Wang B
  7. 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
  8. 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.
  9. Development, Adoption, and Management of Drought-Tolerant Corn in the United States
    (2019) McFadden J, Smith D, Wechsler S, Wallander S
  10. 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.
  11. Risks and opportunities of GM crops: Bt maize example
    (2018) Carzoli AK, Aboobucker SI, Sandall LL, Lübberstedt TT, Suza WP
  12. Effects of Transgenic Maize with cry1Ab and Epsps Genes C0030.3.5 on the Abundance and Community Structure of Soil Nitrogen-fixing Bacteria
    (2018) Wang R, Zhu K, LI G, Liu HF, Wang J, Xiu WM, Zhao JN, Yang DL
  13. Effects of Transgenic Maize with cry1Ab and Epsps Genes C0030.3.5 on the Abundance and Community Structure of Soil Nitrogen-fixing Bacteria
    (2018) Wang R, Zhu K, Liu HF, Wang J, Xiu WM, Zhao JN, Yang DL
  14. Effects of feeding Bt MON810 maize to sows during first gestation and lactation on maternal and offspring health indicators.
    (2013) Walsh MC, Buzoianu SG, Gardiner GE, Rea MC, O’Donovan O, Ross RP, Lawlor PG
  15. Agronomic and Economic Performance of Genetically Modified and Conventional Maize
    (2018) Hrčková K, Mihalčík P, Žák S, Hašana R, Ondreičková K, Kraic J
  16. No detrimental effect of Bt corn pollen containing Cry1Ab/2Aj or Cry1Ac on adult green lacewings Chrysoperla sinica Tjeder
    (2018) Liu Y-M, Li Y-H, Chen X-P, Song X-y, Shen P, Peng Y F
  17. Transgenic Bt maize does not affect the soil ant community
    (2018) Barbosa de Assis VC, Chagas PG, Marinho CGS, Fadini MAM, Delabie JHC, Mendes SM
  18. Farm income and production impacts of using GM crop technology 1996–2016
    (2018) Brookes G, Barfoot P
  19. Potential impact of host pest fed on Bt-modified corn on the development of Chrysoperla carnea (Stephens) (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae)
    (2018) Moussa S, Baiomy F, Abouzaid K, Nasr M, Moussa EM, Kamel EA
  20. Three European studies have disproved Gilles-Éric Séralini’s widely circulated claims that genetically modified maize (corn) induces tumors in rats.
    (2018) Various authors