Subchronic toxicity study in rats evaluating genetically modified DAS-81419-2 soybean

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

  1. Subchronic toxicity study in rats evaluating genetically modified DAS-81419-2 soybean
    (2018) Qian Z-Y, Zhang S-J, Zhang L, Zhang J, Liu Y-H, Zhou Q-H, Jiang S-Q, Li S-F
  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. Effects of long-term feeding with genetically modified Bt rice on the growth and reproductive performance in highly inbred Wuzhishan pigs
    (2018) Liu Q, Wu S, Li M, Yang W, Wang Y, Wu Y, Gao H, Han Y, Feng S, Zeng S
  7. Status of microflora on Bt and non – Bt cotton
    (2017) Ambhore SN, Barhate BG
  8. Potential impact of host pest fed on Bt-modified corn on the development of Chrysoperla carnea (Stephens) (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae)
    (2018 Moussa, S., Baiomy, F., Abouzaid, K Mona NasrEssam M. MoussaEssam A. Kamel) Moussa S, Baiomy F, Abouzaid K, Nasr M, Moussa EM, Kamel EA
  9. 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
  10. The responses of soil nematode communities to Bt maize cultivation at four field sites across Europe
    (2018) Čerevková A, Miklisová D, Szoboszlay M, Tebbe CC, Cagáň L
  11. Developmental immunotoxicity is not associated with the consumption of transgenic Bt rice TT51 in rats
    (2018) Hu J, Liang C, Zhang X, Zhang Q, Cui W, Yu Z
  12. Soil incubation studies with Cry1Ac protein indicate no adverse effect of Bt crops on soil microbial communities
    (2018) Li Z, Bu N, Chen X, Cui J, Xiao M, Nie M, Fang C
  13. Artificial diet based investigation on the impact of purified Cry1Ac, Cry1Fa and Cry2Ab on the survival and reproductive performance of adult green lacewing, Chrysopa pallens (Rambur) (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae)
    (2018) Ali I, Shuai Z, Sajjad A, Hafiz M ur R, Jin-Jie C
  14. 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
  15. Effects of Bt cabbage pollen on the honeybee Apis mellifera L
    (2018) Yi D, Fang Z, Yang L
  16. Diversity of insects under the effect of Bt maize and insecticides
    (2018) Frizzas MR, de Oliveira CM, Omoto C
  17. 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
  18. 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
  19. 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
  20. Assessing the Environmental Safety of Transgenic Plants: Honey Bees as a Case Study
    (2017) Ricroch AE, Akkoyunlu S, Martin-Laffon J, Kuntz Marcel