Regional pest suppression associated with widespread Bt maize adoption benefits vegetable growers

The database contains 486 references relating to the Safety and Benefits of Biotechnology and "Insect Res. (BT)".

References relating to "Insect Res. (BT)":

  1. Regional pest suppression associated with widespread Bt maize adoption benefits vegetable growers
    (2018) Dively GP, Venugopal PD, Bean D, Whalen J, Holmstrom K, Kuhar TP, Doughty HB, Patton T, Cissel W, Hutchison WD
  2. Effects of seed mixture sowing with transgenic Bt rice and its parental line on the population dynamics of target stemborers and leafrollers, and non-target planthoppers
    (2018) Li Z, Li L-K, Liu B, Wang L, Parajulee MN, Chen F-J
  3. Impact of genetically engineered maize on agronomic, environmental and toxicological traits: a meta-analysis of 21 years of field data
    (2018) Pellegrino E, Bedini S, Nuti M, Ercoli L
  4. Assessing the Environmental Safety of Transgenic Plants: Honey Bees as a Case Study
    (2017) Ricroch AE, Akkoyunlu S, Martin-Laffon J, Kuntz Marcel
  5. Transgenic cotton co-expressing chimeric Vip3AcAa and Cry1Ac confers effective protection against Cry1Ac-resistant cotton bollworm
    (2017) Wen-bo C, Guo-qing L, Hong-mei C, Chen-xi L, Yu-tai X, Chao X, Zhi-cheng S, Soberón M, Bravo A, Kong-ming W
  6. The Effect of the Different Transgenic BT Cotton Technology on the Fiber Quality
    (2017) Rajput LB, Cui J, Zhang S, Luo J, Wang C, Lv L
  7. 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
  8. 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
  9. A Survey: Potential Impact of Genetically Modified Maize Tolerant to Drought or Resistant to Stem Borers in Uganda
    (2017) Wamatsembe IM, Asea G, Haefele SM
  10. The Potential Effect of Bt Maize on Chrysoperla pudica (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae)
    (2017) Van DEn Berg J, Warren JF, Du Plessis H
  11. 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
  12. Cry1Ac-mediated resistance to tomato leaf miner (Tuta absoluta) in tomato
    (2017) Selale H, Dağlı F, Mutlu N, Doğanlar S, Frary A
  13. Assessment of the Influence of Transgenic Cotton on Beneficial Soil Rhizosphere Microbes
    (2017) Mathivanan S, Raghupathi S
  14. A laboratory assessment of the potential effect of Cry1Ab/Cry2Aj-containing Bt maize pollen on Folsomia candida by toxicological and biochemical analyses
    (2017) Zhang B, Yang Y, Zhou X, Shen P, Peng Y, Li Y
  15. Three-generation reproduction toxicity study of genetically modified rice with insect resistant genes
    (2017) Hu Y, Zhuo Q, Gong Z, Piao J, Yang x
  16. Comprehensive in silico allergenicity assessment of novel protein engineered chimeric Cry proteins for safe deployment in crops
    (2017) Rathinam M, Singh S, Pattanayak D, Sreevathsa R
  17. 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
  18. Economic impacts of commercializing insect-resistant GM maize in China
    (2017) Ali T, Xie W, Cui Q, Huang J
  19. Assessing the potential economic benefits to farmers from various GM crops becoming available in the European Union by 2025: Results from an expert survey
    (2017) Jones PJ, McFarlane ID, Park JR, Tranter RB
  20. Impacts of Bt cotton on profitability, productivity and farm inputs in Pakistan: use of panel models
    (2017) Bakhsh K