Genetically engineered crops help support conservation biological control

The database contains 504 references relating to the Safety and Benefits of Biotechnology and "Insect Resistance".

References relating to "Insect Resistance":

  1. Genetically engineered crops help support conservation biological control
    (2019) Romeis J, Naranjo SE, Meissle M, Shelton AM
  2. 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
  3. Genetically engineered crops help support conservation biological control
    (2019) Romeis J, Naranjo SE, Meissle M, Shelton AM
  4. Risks and opportunities of GM crops: Bt maize example
    (2018) Carzoli AK, Aboobucker SI, Sandall LL, Lübberstedt TT, Suza WP
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. Effects of Transgenic Maize with cry1Ab and Epsps Genes C0030.3.5 on the Abundance and Community Structure of Soil Nitrogen-fixing Bacteria
    (2018) Wang R, Zhu K, LI G, Liu HF, Wang J, Xiu WM, Zhao JN, Yang DL
  8. Levels of Cry1Ac1 protein in herbivorous and predatory arthropods in fields of Bacillus thuringiensis cabbage
    (2018) Kim Y-J, Lee J-H, Harn CH, Kim C-G
  9. Effects of Transgenic Maize with cry1Ab and Epsps Genes C0030.3.5 on the Abundance and Community Structure of Soil Nitrogen-fixing Bacteria
    (2018) Wang R, Zhu K, Liu HF, Wang J, Xiu WM, Zhao JN, Yang DL
  10. Levels of Cry1Ac1 protein in herbivorous and predatory arthropods in fields of Bacillus thuringiensis cabbage
    (2018) Kim Y-J, Lee J-H, Harn CH, Kim C-G
  11. Bt rice plants may protect neighbouring non-Bt rice plants against the striped stem borer, Chilo suppressalis
    (2018) Jiao Y, Hu X, Peng Y, Wu K, Romeis J, Li Y
  12. Impact of transgenic Cry1Ac + CpTI cotton on diversity and dynamics of rhizosphere bacterial community of different root environments
    (2018) Li P, Li Y, Shi J, Yu Z, Pan A, Tang X, Ming F
  13. Effects of feeding Bt MON810 maize to sows during first gestation and lactation on maternal and offspring health indicators.
    (2013) Walsh MC, Buzoianu SG, Gardiner GE, Rea MC, O’Donovan O, Ross RP, Lawlor PG
  14. Bio-safety of Helicoverpa-resistant transgenic chickpea with Bacillus thuringiensis genes in the environment
    (2018) Sharma HC, Dhillon M
  15. Agronomic and Economic Performance of Genetically Modified and Conventional Maize
    (2018) Hrčková K, Mihalčík P, Žák S, Hašana R, Ondreičková K, Kraic J
  16. The farm level economic and environmental contribution of Intacta soybeans in South America: the first five years
    (2018) Brookes G
  17. 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
  18. 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
  19. 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
  20. 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