The rice planthopper parasitoid Anagrus nilaparvatae is not at risk when feeding on honeydew derived from Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) rice

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  1. The rice planthopper parasitoid Anagrus nilaparvatae is not at risk when feeding on honeydew derived from Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) rice
    (2018) Tian J-C, Wang G-W, Han H-L, Romeis J, Zhang F-C, Ye G-Y, Xie M-C, Wang G-Y, Lu Z-X
  2. Bt cotton producing Cry1Ac and Cry2Ab does not harm two parasitoids, Cotesia marginiventris and Copidosoma floridanum
    (2018) Tian J-C, Wang X-P, Chen Y, Romeis J, Naranjo SE, Hellmich RL, Wang P, Shelton AM
  3. 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
  4. The Effect of Bacillus thuringiensis and Bt Transgenics on Parasitoids during Biological Control
    (2015) ,
  5. The Cultivation of Bt Corn Producing Cry1Ac Toxins Does Not Adversely Affect Non-Target Arthropods
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  6. Eliminating host-mediated effects demonstrates Bt maize producing Cry1F has no adverse effects on the parasitoid Cotesia marginiventris
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  7. Insect-resistant biotech crops and their impacts on beneficial arthropods
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  8. High suseptibility of Bt maize to aphids enhanes the performance of parasitoids of lepidopteran pests
    (2007) , , , ,