Asian corn borer (ACB) and non-ACB pests in GM corn (Zea mays L.) in the Philippines

The database contains 19 references relating to the Safety and Benefits of Biotechnology and "Bt".

References relating to "Bt":

  1. Asian corn borer (ACB) and non-ACB pests in GM corn (Zea mays L.) in the Philippines
    (2013) , ,
  2. Economic and Environmental Impact Transgenically Modified Cotton Comparative with Synthetic Chemicals for Insect Control
    (2012) , ,
  3. Effects of transgenic maize expressing the Cry1Ab protein (event MON810) on locally adapted earthworms in a sandy loam soil in the Central Eastern Cape, South Africa
    (2012) , ,
  4. Lower mycotoxin levels in Bt maize grain
  5. GM Maize as Subsistence Crop: The South African Smallholder Experience
  6. Positive effect of Cry1Ab-expressing Bt maize on the development and reproduction of the predator Orius majusculus under laboratory conditions
    (2012) , ,
  7. Genetically Modified Crops: Insect Resistance
    (2012) Karthikeyan A, et al.
  8. Bt Cotton Adoption and Wellbeing of Farmers in Pakistan
    (2012) , , ,
  9. Field evaluation of effects of transgenic cry1Ab/cry1Ac, cry1C and cry2A rice on Cnaphalocrocis medinalis and its arthropod predators
    (2011) Xu X, et al.
  10. Economics of Bt cotton in India
  11. A primer for using transgenic insecticidal cotton in developing countries
    (2009) Showalter AM, et al.
  12. Testing public Bt maize events for control of stem borers in the first confined field trials in Kenya
    (2011) Mugo S, et al.
  13. Impacts of Bt transgenic cotton on integrated pest management.
  14. Benefits of Bt cotton counterbalanced by secondary pests? Perceptions of ecological change in China.
    (2011) , ,
  15. Control of Busseola fusca and Chilo partellus stem borers by Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) from Cry1Ab gene Event MON810 in greenhouse containment trials
    (2011) Mugo S, et al.
  16. Bacillus thuringiensis as a specific, safe, and effective tool for insect pest control.
    (2007) , , , ,
  17. Bt corn plants and their straw have no apparent impact on soil microbial communities
    (2010) Tan F, et al.