Safety assessment of the AtCYP78A7 protein expressed in genetically modified rice tolerant to abiotic stress

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  1. Safety assessment of the AtCYP78A7 protein expressed in genetically modified rice tolerant to abiotic stress
    (2018) Nam K-H, Kim DY, Shin HJ, Pack I-S, Park J-H, Yoon WK, Kim HB, Kim C-G
  2. Targeting intracellular transport combined with efficient uptake and storage significantly increases grain iron and zinc levels in rice
    (2018) Wu T-Y, Gruissem W, Bhullar NK
  3. Bt rice plants may protect neighbouring non-Bt rice plants against the striped stem borer, Chilo suppressalis
    (2018) Jiao Y, Hu X, Peng Y, Wu K, Romeis J, Li Y
  4. Effects of long-term feeding with genetically modified Bt rice on the growth and reproductive performance in highly inbred Wuzhishan pigs
    (2018) Liu Q, Wu S, Li M, Yang W, Wang Y, Wu Y, Gao H, Han Y, Feng S, Zeng S
  5. 90 Days feeding test of SD rats (Rattus norvegicus) by transgenic antitrypsin gene rice (Oryza sativa).
    (2017) Zhang T-T, Mei X-H
  6. The rice planthopper parasitoid Anagrus nilaparvatae is not at risk when feeding on honeydew derived from Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) rice
    (2018) Tian J-C, Wang G-W, Han H-L, Romeis J, Zhang F-C, Ye G-Y, Xie M-C, Wang G-Y, Lu Z-X
  7. Developmental immunotoxicity is not associated with the consumption of transgenic Bt rice TT51 in rats
    (2018) Hu J, Liang C, Zhang X, Zhang Q, Cui W, Yu Z
  8. Effects of seed mixture sowing with transgenic Bt rice and its parental line on the population dynamics of target stemborers and leafrollers, and non-target planthoppers
    (2018) Li Z, Li L-K, Liu B, Wang L, Parajulee MN, Chen F-J
  9. An overview of agriculture, nutrition and fortification, supplementation and biofortification: Golden Rice as an example for enhancing micronutrient intake
    (2017) Dubock A
  10. Three-generation reproduction toxicity study of genetically modified rice with insect resistant genes
    (2017) Hu Y, Zhuo Q, Gong Z, Piao J, Yang x
  11. Overexpression of an Arabidopsis thaliana galactinol synthase gene improves drought tolerance in transgenic rice and increased grain yield in the field
    (2017) Dedicova B, Ishitani M., Selvaraj MG, Ishizaki T, Valencia M, Ogawa S, Ogata T, Yoshiwara K, Maruyama K, Kusano M, Saito K, Takahashi F, Shinozaki K, Nakashima K
  12. Dietary safety assessment of genetically modified rice EH rich in β-carotene
    (2017) Wu Y, Xu Y, Du Y, Zhao X, Hu R, Fan X, Ren F, Yao Q, Peng R, Tang X, Zhao K
  13. Does Bt rice pose risks to non-target arthropods? Results of a meta-analysis in China
    (2017) Dang C, Lu Z, Wang L, Chang X, wang F, Yao H, Peng Y, Stanley D, Ye G
  14. A Comprehensive Assessment of the Effects of Transgenic Cry1Ac/Cry1Ab Rice Huahui 1 on Adult Micraspis discolor (Fabricius) (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae)
    (2016) Zhou X, Guo Y, Kong H, Zuo J, Huang Q, Jia R, Guo A, Xu L
  15. Acute toxicity evaluation of drought-tolerant transgenic rice Agb0103 to Daphnia magna
    (2016) Oh S-D, Lee BK, Park S-Y, Yun D-W, Sohn S-I, Chang A, Suh SJ
  16. Limited ecological risk of insect-resistance transgene flow from cultivated rice to its wild ancestor based on life-cycle fitness assessment
    (2016) Li L, Yang x, Wang L, Yan H, Su J, wang F, Lu B-R
  17. Thrips-mediated impacts from transgenic rice expressing Cry1Ab on ecological fitness of non-target predator Orius tantilus (Hemiptera: Anthocoridae)
    (2016) Raen AZ, Dang C, wang F, Peng Y F, Ye G-Y
  18. Genetically modified rice Bt-Shanyou63 expressing Cry1Ab/c protein does not harm Daphnia magna
    (2016) Zhang L, Guo R, Fang Z, Liu B
  19. Consumption of Bt rice pollen containing Cry1C or Cry2A does not pose a risk to Propylea japonica (Thunberg) (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae)
    (2015) Li Y, Zhang X, Chen X, Romeis J, Yin X, Peng Y
  20. Transgenic rice expressing the cry2AX1 gene confers resistance to multiple lepidopteran pests
    (2016) Chakraborty M, Sairam Reddy P, Mustafa g, Rajesh G, Laxmi Narasu VM, Udayasuriyan V, Rana D