The climate benefits of yield increases in genetically engineered crops

The database contains 201 references relating to the Safety and Benefits of Biotechnology and "Not Trait-Specific".

References relating to "Not Trait-Specific":

  1. The climate benefits of yield increases in genetically engineered crops
    (2021) Kovak E, Qaim M, Blaustein-Rejto D
  2. Pineapple fruits from transgenic plants have limited differences on mesocarp biochemical component contents
    (2021) Yabor L, Gomez D, Perez-Bonachea L, et al.
  3. Major Achievements of Plant Biotechnology in Crop Improvements
    (2020) Babiye B, Haile G, Adamu M
  4. Incorporating Biotechnology for Sustainable Farming: Case Study on Developing and Developed Country (Indonesia-Australia)
    (2020) Hervani A
  5. Assessment of the life cycle of genetically modified and non-genetically modified rice cultivars
    (2020) Dastan S, Ghareyazie B, Teixeira da Silva J, Pishgar-Komleh SH
  6. Brief 55: Global Status of Commercialized Biotech/GM Crops: 2019
    (2020) ISAAA
  7. Role of New Plant Breeding Technologies for Food Security and Sustainable Agricultural Development
    (2020) Qaim M
  8. Comparison of Various Soybean Allergen Levels in Genetically and Non-Genetically Modified Soybeans
    (2020) Matsuo A, Matsushita K, Fukuzumi A, Tokumasu N, Yano E, Zaima N, Moriyama T
  9. Genetic strategies for improving crop yields
    (2019) Bailey-Serres J, Parker JE, Ainsworth EA, Oldroyd GED, Schroeder JI
  10. Chile as a Key Enabler Country for Global Plant Breeding, Agricultural Innovation, and Biotechnology
    (2020) Sánchez MA
  11. The human health benefits from GM crops
    (2020) Smyth SJ
  12. Regulation of Synthetic Biology: Developments Under the Convention on Biological Diversity and Its Protocols
    (2020) Keiper F, Atanassova A
  13. National Program for Developing Biotech Crops in Korea
    (2018) Park S-H, Cho J-I, Kim Y-S, Kim S-M, Lim S-M, Lee G-S, Park S-C
  14. The Nexus Between CO2 Emissions and Genetically Modified Crops: a Perspective from Order Theory
    (2019) Quintero, NY, Cohen, IM
  15. Global Status of Commercialized Biotech/GM Crops: 2018
    (2019) ISAAA
  16. India needs genetic modification technology in agriculture
    (2019) Datta s, Dhillon BS, Gautam PL, Karihaloo JL, Mahadevappa M, Mayee CD, Padmanaban G, Parida A, Paroda RS, Sharma M, Sharma TR, Singh NK, Singh RB, Sonti RV, Tyagi AK, Varma A, Veluthambi K
  17. Stakeholders perception about environmental and health hazards of genetically modified crops in Punjab
    (2018) Ray PR, Rampal VK
  18. Bacterial communities under long-term conventional and transgenic cotton farming systems using V3-V5 and V5-V9 of 16s rDNA
    (2018) Qi X, Liu B, Wu H, Song Q, Jiang J, Bu Y, Rui J, Zou B, Zhou G
  19. Impact of genetically modified food on health of consumers in India
    (2018) Farhan M, Khan TA, Ayalew A
  20. Health effects of feeding genetically modified (GM) crops to livestock animals: A review
    (2018) de Vos CJ, Swanenburg M