Transgenic cotton expressing Mpp51Aa2 does not adversely impact beneficial non-target hemiptera in the field

The database contains 119 references relating to the Safety and Benefits of Biotechnology and "North America".

References relating to "North America":

  1. Transgenic cotton expressing Mpp51Aa2 does not adversely impact beneficial non-target hemiptera in the field
    (2023) Asiimwe P, Brown CR, Ellsworth PC, Reisig DD, Bertho L, Jiang C, et al.
  2. Genetically modified DP915635 maize is agronomically and compositionally comparable to non-genetically modified maize
    (2023) Anderson JA, Mickelson J, Fast Bj, Smith N, Pauli RC, Walker C
  3. Environmental risk assessment of the DvSSJ1 dsRNA and the IPD072Aa protein to non-target organisms
    (2021) Boeckman CJ, Anderson JA, Linderblood C, Olson T, Roper J, Sturtz K, Walker C, Woods R
  4. Genetically modified maize impacts in Honduras: production and social issues
    (2020) Macall DM, Trabanino CR, Soto AH, Smyth SJ
  5. Adoption of Genetically Engineered Crops in the U.S.
    (2020) USDA
  6. Agronomic and compositional assessment of genetically modified DP23211 maize for corn rootworm control
    (2020) Anderson JA, Mickelson J, Challender M, Moellring E, Sult T, TeRonde S, Wang Y, Maxwell CA
  7. Insect Diversity in Conventional and Bt Cottons in the Comarca Lagunera, Mexico
    (2019) Ávila-Rodríguez V, García-Hernández JL, Nava-Camberos U, Martínez-Carrillo JL, Blanco CA
  8. Abundance of Non-Target Predators in Genetically Modified Corn
    (2019) Hernández-Juàrez A, Aguirre LA, Cerna E, Flores M, Frias GA, Landeros J, Ochoa-Fernandez R
  9. Development, Adoption, and Management of Drought-Tolerant Corn in the United States
    (2019) McFadden J, Smith D, Wechsler S, Wallander S
  10. Risks and opportunities of GM crops: Bt maize example
    (2018) Carzoli AK, Aboobucker SI, Sandall LL, Lübberstedt TT, Suza WP
  11. 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
  12. Evaluation of Economic, Land Use, and Land-use Emission Impacts of Substituting Non-GMO Crops for GMO in the United States
    (2016) Taheripour F, Mahaffey H, Tyner WE
  13. Plant characterization of genetically modified maize hybrids MON-89Ø34-3 × MON-88Ø17-3, MON-89Ø34-3 × MON-ØØ6Ø3-6, and MON-ØØ6Ø3-6: alternatives for maize production in Mexico
    (2017) Heredia Díaz O, Aldaba Meza JL, Baltazar BM, Bojorquez GB, Castro Espinoza L, Madrid JLC, de la Fuente Martínez JM, Pompa HAD, Escobedo, Banda AE, Garzón Tiznado JA, González García J, Guzmán Rodríguez, Madueño Martínez JI, Carillo JLM
  14. The Adoption of Genetically Engineered Alfalfa, Canola and Sugarbeets in the United States
    (2016) Fernandez-Cornejo J, Wechsler SJ, Milkove D
  15. Genetically engineered crops and pesticide use in U.S. maize and soybeans
    (2016) Perry ED, Ciliberto F, Hennessy DA, Moschini GC
  16. Evaluation of Foliar Damage by Spodoptera frugiperda (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) to Genetically Modified Corn (Poales: Poaceae) in Mexico
    (2016) Aguirre LA, Hernández-Juàrez A, Flores M, Cerna E, Landeros J, Frias GA, Harris MK
  17. Transgenic soybean overexpressing GmSAMT1 exhibits resistance to multiple-HG types of soybean cyst nematode Heterodera glycines
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  18. Evaluation of Economic, Land Use, and Land Use Emission Impacts of Substituting Non-GMO Crops for GMO in the US
    (2016) , ,
  19. Pollen-Mediated Gene Flow in Maize: Implications for Isolation Requirements and Coexistence in Mexico, the Center of Origin of Maize
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  20. Transgenic maize event TC1507: global status of food, feed, and environmental safety
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