Effect of Cry1Ie Bt Maize on Carbon Source Metabolism of Rhizosphere Microorganisms

The database contains 11 references relating to the Safety and Benefits of Biotechnology and "microbial community".

References relating to "microbial community":

  1. Effect of Cry1Ie Bt Maize on Carbon Source Metabolism of Rhizosphere Microorganisms
    (2019) Liang J, Xin L, Luan Y, Song X, Zhang Z
  2. Degradation of transgenic Bt-rice straw incorporated with two different paddy soils
    (2019) Liu L, Wu L, Knauth S, Eickhorst T
  3. Cry1Ac Transgenic Sugarcane Does Not Affect the Diversity of Microbial Communities and Has No Significant Effect on Enzyme Activities in Rhizosphere Soil within One Crop Season
    (2016) Zhou D, Xu L, Gao S, Guo J, Luo J, You Q, Que Y
  4. The effects of the presence of Bt-transgenic oilseed rape in wild mustard populations on the rhizosphere nematode and microbial communities
    (2015) , , , ,
  5. Effects of cultivation of OsrHSA transgenic rice on functional diversity of microbial communities in the soil rhizosphere
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  6. A multi-year assessment of the environmental impact of transgenic Eucalyptus trees harboring a bacterial choline oxidase gene on biomass, precinct vegetation and the microbial community
    (2014) , , , , , , , ,
  7. Impact of Transgenic Wheat with wheat yellow mosaic virus Resistance on Microbial Community Diversity and Enzyme Activity in Rhizosphere Soil.
    (2014) , , , , , , ,
  8. Soil microbial properties in Bt (Bacillus thuringiensis) corn cropping systems
    (2013) ,
  9. Temporal dynamics of microbial communities in the rhizosphere of two genetically modified (GM) maize hybrids in tropical agrosystems
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  10. In-field rates of decomposition and microbial communities colonizing residues vary by depth of residue placement and plant part, but not by crop genotype for residues from two Cry1Ab Bt corn hybrids and their non-transgenic isolines.
    (2013) , ,
  11. Bt corn plants and their straw have no apparent impact on soil microbial communities
    (2010) Tan F, et al.