Influence of Cry1Ac Toxin From Bt Cotton on the Soil Microbiota

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  1. Influence of Cry1Ac Toxin From Bt Cotton on the Soil Microbiota
    (2019) Fernandes MG, de Araújo RP, Costa EN, Zangirolymo ACTA, Pereira RM
  2. Presence of Cry1Ab in the Bt maize – aphid (Rhopalosiphum maidis) – ladybeetle (Propylea japonica) system has no adverse effects on insect biological parameters
    (2019) Shu Y, Du Y, Wang J
  3. The impact of Bt maize expressing the Cry1Ac protein on non-target arthropods
    (2019) Xing Y, Qin Z, Feng M, Li A, Zang L, Wang Y, Dong X, Zang Y, Shi W
  4. A proteomic-based approach to study underlying molecular responses of the small intestine of Wistar rats to genetically modified corn (MON810)
    (2019) Al-Harbi A, Lary S, Edwards MG, Qusti S, Cockburn A, Poulsen M, Gatehouse AMR
  5. Twenty-one years of using insect resistant (GM) maize in Spain and Portugal: farm-level economic and environmental contributions
    (2019) Brookes G
  6. Use of Taxonomic and Trait-Based Approaches to Evaluate the Effects of Transgenic Cry1Ac Corn on the Community Characteristics of Soil Collembola
    (2019) Song X, Chang L, Reddy GVP, Zhang L, Fan C, Wang B
  7. Impact of Bt cotton expressing single (Cry1Ac) and dual toxins (Cry1Ac and Cry2Ab) on the fitness of the predator Chrysoperla zastrowi sillemi (Esben-Petersen): prey-mediated tri-trophic analysis
    (2018) Shera PS, Karmaker P, Sharma S, Sangha KS
  8. Responses of soil enzymatic activities to transgenic Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) crops – A global meta-analysis
    (2019) Li Z, Cui J, Mi Z, Tian D, Wang J, Ma Z, Wang B, Chen HYH, Niu S
  9. Results of a 16-week Safety Assurance Study with Rats Fed Genetically Modified Bt Maize: Effect on Growth and Health Parameters
    (2018) Szymczyk B, Szymczyk W, Świątkiewicz S, Kwiatek K, Sieradzki Z, Mazur M, Bednarek D, Reichert M
  10. Effects of Transgenic Bt Rice Containing the Cry1Ab Protein on the Gastrointestinal Health of Highly Inbred Wuzhishan Pigs after Two Generations of Feeding
    (2018) Liu Q, Yang W, Li M, Wang Y, Zhang H, Wu Y, Gao H, Han Y, Bu X, Zeng S
  11. History, status and impact of genetically modified crops in India
    (2018) Sudha RM, Satish Y, Rani C, Prasad NVVSD, Bharthi S, Sri LB, Ratna KS
  12. Effects of Cry1Ab-expressing Bt rice straw return on juvenile and adult Eisenia fetida
    (2019) Li J, Shu Y, wang F, Wang J
  13. Developmental stage has a greater effect than Cry1Ac expression in transgenic cotton on the phyllosphere mycobiome
    (2018) Pan J, Lv X, Jin D, Bai Z, Qi H, Zhang H, Abbas A, Zhuang G
  14. Farmers in Bangladesh Benefited By Adopting Bt Brinjal
    (2019) IFPRI
  15. Genetically engineered crops help support conservation biological control
    (2019) Romeis J, Naranjo SE, Meissle M, Shelton AM
  16. The response of dominant and rare taxa for fungal diversity within different root environments to the cultivation of Bt and conventional cotton varieties
    (2018) Li P, Xue Y, Shi J, Tang X, Ming F
  17. Genetically engineered crops help support conservation biological control
    (2019) Romeis J, Naranjo SE, Meissle M, Shelton AM
  18. Risks and opportunities of GM crops: Bt maize example
    (2018) Carzoli AK, Aboobucker SI, Sandall LL, Lübberstedt TT, Suza WP
  19. Safety of the Bacillus thuringiensis-derived Cry1A.105 protein: Evidence that domain exchange preserves mode of action and safety
    (2018) Wang C, Li W, Kessenich CR, Petrick JS, Rydel TJ, Sturman EJ, Lee TC, Glenn KC, Edrington TC
  20. Evaluation of Cry1Ac and Cry2Aa Toxin Binding to Two Important Beneficial Cotton Field Insects, Harmonia axyridis and Orius similis
    (2018) Wang Y, Li D, Zhou H, Liu H, Niu L, Wang L, Ma W