GM crop technology use 1996-2018: farm income and production impacts

The database contains 430 references relating to the Safety and Benefits of Biotechnology and "Not region-specific".

References relating to "Not region-specific":

  1. GM crop technology use 1996-2018: farm income and production impacts
    (2020) Brookes G, Barfoot P
  2. Environmental impacts of genetically modified (GM) crop use 1996–2018: impacts on pesticide use and carbon emissions
    (2020) Brookes G, Barfoot P
  3. 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
  4. Stacked Bt Proteins Pose No New Risks to Nontarget Arthropods
    (2020) Romeis J, Meissle M
  5. Genetic strategies for improving crop yields
    (2019) Bailey-Serres J, Parker JE, Ainsworth EA, Oldroyd GED, Schroeder JI
  6. Genetically modified crops are superior in their nitrogen use efficiency-A meta-analysis of three major cereals
    (2020) Li M, Gao Z, Tian H, Gao Y, Kariman K
  7. The human health benefits from GM crops
    (2020) Smyth SJ
  8. Regulation of Synthetic Biology: Developments Under the Convention on Biological Diversity and Its Protocols
    (2020) Keiper F, Atanassova A
  9. Coexistence of Biotech and Non-biotech Crops
    (2020)
  10. Over expression of zmm28 increases maize grain yield in the field
    (2019) Wu J, Lawit SJ, Weers B, Sun J, Mongar N, Van Hemert J, Melo R, Meng X, Rupe M, Clapp J, Huag K, et al.
  11. 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
  12. The effect of Bt Cry9Ee toxin on honey bee brood and adults reared in vitro, Apis mellifera (Hymenoptera: Apidae)
    (2019) Dai P, Wang M, Geng L, Yan Z, Yang Y, Guo L, Ma S, Diao Q
  13. Comparing the Immunity of Genetically and Non-Genetically Modified Rice regarding the Possibility of Gene Transferring to Blood of a Laboratory Animal
    (2019) Mohammadi BH, Elslami G, Aalaei M, Ehrampoush MH, Rezvani ME, Fallahzadeh H, Shirdeli M
  14. A multi-generational risk assessment of Cry1F on the non-target soil organism Folsomia candida (Collembola) based on whole transcriptome profiling
    (2019) Huang C, Chen W, Ke X, Li Y, Luan Y
  15. Study and Comparison of Genetically and Non-Genetically Modified Rice from View Point of Possibility of Gene Transferring in Blood of Laboratory Animal
    (2019) Bahador HM, Gilda E, Mahsa A, Mohammad HE-P, Mohammad ER, Hossein F, Mehrnooush S
  16. The Nexus Between CO2 Emissions and Genetically Modified Crops: a Perspective from Order Theory
    (2019) Quintero, NY, Cohen, IM
  17. Global Status of Commercialized Biotech/GM Crops: 2018
    (2019) ISAAA
  18. 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
  19. 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
  20. 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