Herbicide and insect resistant Bt cotton pollen assessment finds no detrimental effects on adult honey bees

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  1. Herbicide and insect resistant Bt cotton pollen assessment finds no detrimental effects on adult honey bees
    (2017) Niu L, Ma W, Lei C, Jurat-Fuentes JL, Chen L
  2. No effect of Bt Cry1Ie toxin on bacterial diversity in the midgut of the Chinese honey bees, Apis cerana cerana (Hymenoptera, Apidae)
    (2017) Jia H-R, Dai P-L, Geng L-L, Li Y-H, Wu Y-Y, Jack CJ, Diao Q-Y, Ellis JD
  3. Bt Toxin Cry1Ie Causes No Negative Effects on Survival, Pollen Consumption, or Olfactory Learning in Worker Honey Bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae)
    (2016) Dai P-L, Jia H-R, Geng L-L, Diao Q-Y
  4. The effects of Bt Cry1Ie toxin on bacterial diversity in the midgut of Apis mellifera ligustica (Hymenoptera: Apidae)
    (2016) Jia H-R, Geng L-L, Li Y-H, Wang Q, Diao Q-Y, Zhou T, Dai P-L
  5. Effects of Bt cry1Ah corn pollen on immature worker survival and development of Apis cerana cerana
    (2015) , , , , , , , ,
  6. Comparative studies on the pollinator fauna and foraging activity of honey bees on Bt and non-Bt cotton hybrids
    (2015) ,
  7. Evaluation of the impact of the toxic protein CRY1Ab expressed by the genetically modified cultivar MON810 on honey bee (Apis mellifera L.) behavior
    (2012) ,
  8. Field assessment of Bt cry1Ah corn pollen on the survival, development and behavior of Apis mellifera ligustica
    (2012) Dai Pl, et al.