Bio-safety of Helicoverpa-resistant transgenic chickpea with Bacillus thuringiensis genes in the environment

The database contains 45 references relating to the Safety and Benefits of Biotechnology and "non-target effects".

References relating to "non-target effects":

  1. Bio-safety of Helicoverpa-resistant transgenic chickpea with Bacillus thuringiensis genes in the environment
    (2018) Sharma HC, Dhillon M
  2. Safety Assessment of Bacillus thuringiensis Insecticidal Proteins Cry1C and Cry2A with a Zebrafish Embryotoxicity Test
    (2018) Gao Y-J, Zhu H-J, Chen Y, Li Y-H, Peng Y F, Chen X-P
  3. An assessment of the risk of Bt-cowpea to non-target organisms in West Africa
    (2018) Ba MN, Huesing JE, Tamò M, Higgins TJV, Pittendrigh BR, Murdock LL
  4. No detrimental effect of Bt corn pollen containing Cry1Ab/2Aj or Cry1Ac on adult green lacewings Chrysoperla sinica Tjeder
    (2018) Liu Y-M, Li Y-H, Chen X-P, Song X-y, Shen P, Peng Y F
  5. Transgenic Bt maize does not affect the soil ant community
    (2018) Barbosa de Assis VC, Chagas PG, Marinho CGS, Fadini MAM, Delabie JHC, Mendes SM
  6. 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
  7. Genetically modified crops and aquatic ecosystems: considerations for environmental risk assessment and non-target organism testing
    (2011) Carstens K, Anderson J, Bachman P, de Schrijver A, Dively G, Hamer M, Gielkens M, Jensen P, Lamp W, Rauschen S, Ridley G, Romeis J, Waggoner A
  8. Trypsinized Cry1Fa and Vip3Aa have no detrimental effects on the adult green lacewing Chrysopa pallens (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae)
    (2017) Ali I, Zhang S, Iqbal M, Ejaz S, Cui J-J
  9. Stacked Bt maize and arthropod predators: exposure to insecticidal Cry proteins and potential hazards
    (2017) Svobodová Z, Shu Y, Skoková Habuštová O, Romeis J, Meissle M
  10. Effects of genetically modified maize events expressing Cry34Ab1, Cry35Ab1, Cry1F, and CP4 EPSPS proteins on arthropod complex food webs
    (2017) Pálinkás Z, Kiss J, Zalai M, Szénási A, Dorner Z, North S, Woodward G, Balog A
  11. The Potential Effect of Bt Maize on Chrysoperla pudica (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae)
    (2017) Van DEn Berg J, Warren JF, Du Plessis H
  12. Assessing Potential Impact of Bt Eggplants on Non-Target Arthropods in the Philippines
    (2016) Candano RN, Hautea DM, Hautea RA, Anthony VM, Shelton AM
  13. Farm-scale evaluation of the impact of Cry1Ab Bt maize on canopy nontarget arthropods: a 3-year study
    (2016) Arias-Martin M, García M, Castanera P, Ortego F, Farinós GP
  14. Does Bt maize expressing Cry1Ac protein have adverse effects on the parasitoid Macrocentrus cingulum (Hymenoptera: Braconidae)?
    (2016) Wang Z-X, Li Y-H, He K-L, Bai S-X, Zhang T-T, Cai W-Z, Wang Z-Y
  15. 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
  16. Bt crops benefit natural enemies to control non-target pests
    (2015) Tian J-C, Long LP, Romeis J, Shelton AM
  17. Ingestion of Bt corn pollen containing Cry1Ab/2Aj or Cry1Ac does not harm Propylea japonica larvae
    (2016) Liu Y, Liu Q, Wang Y, Chen X, Song X, Romeis J, Li Y, Peng Y
  18. Field trials to evaluate the effects of transgenic cry1Ie maize on the community characteristics of arthropod natural enemies
    (2016) Guo J, He K-L, Hellmich RL, Bai S, Zhang T, Liu Y, Ahmed T, Wang Z
  19. Bt proteins Cry1Ah and Cry2Ab do not affect cotton aphid Aphis gossypii and ladybeetle Propylea japonica
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  20. Transgenic Cabbage Expressing Cry1Ac1 Does Not Affect the Survival and Growth of the Wolf Spider, Pardosa astrigera L. Koch (Araneae: Lycosidae)
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