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Development of Cotton leaf curl virus resistant transgenic cotton using antisense ßC1 gene. Abstract Cotton leaf curl virus (CLCuV) is a serious pathogen causing leaf curl disease and affecting the cotton production in major growing areas.

Development of Cotton leaf curl virus resistant transgenic cotton using antisense ßC1 gene

The transgenic cotton (Gossypium hirsutum cv. Coker 310) plants were developed by using βC1 gene in antisense orientation gene driven by Cauliflower mosaic virus-35S promoter and nos (nopaline synthase) terminator and mediated by Agrobacterium tumefaciens transformation and somatic embryogenesis system. Molecular confirmation of the transformants was carried out by polymerase chain reaction (PCR) and Southern blot hybridization. The developed transgenic and inoculated plants remained symptomless till their growth period. Abbreviations CLCuV, Cotton leaf curl virus; CP, coat protein; PCR, polymerase chain reaction; PDR, pathogen derived resistance; MS, Murashige and Skoog’s; A. tumefaciens, Agrobacterium tumefaciens.

Regul Toxicol Pharmacol. 2016 Aug;79:35-41. Assessing the potential for interaction between the insecticidal activity of two genetically engineered cotton events combined by conventional breeding: An example with COT102 × MON 15985. Open Access Highlights Bollgard III was developed by combining cotton events COT102 and MON15985.

Regul Toxicol Pharmacol. 2016 Aug;79:35-41. Assessing the potential for interaction between the insecticidal activity of two genetically engineered cotton events combined by conventional breeding: An example with COT102 × MON 15985.

MON15985 produces Cry1Ac & Cry2Ab2 proteins and COT102 produces the Vip3Aa19 protein. Activity of insecticidal activity was additive. Additivity is consistent with competition & ligand assays showing independent binding. Abstract Bollgard® III was developed by combining cotton events COT102 and MON 15985 through conventional breeding to improve efficacy against lepidopteran feeding damage. Keywords. MAFGNET via YOUTUBE 15/06/16 COTTON - The Practical Side Of Growing Non GMO Conventional Cotton. WALL STREET JOURNAL 25/08/16 Monsanto shelves plans for new GMO cotton seeds in India. CRITICAL REVIEWS IN BIOTECHNOLOGY - 2014 - Current status of genetic engineering in cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L): an assessment.

FRONTIERS IN PLANT SCIENCE 12/04/16 CRISPR/Cas9: A Tool to Circumscribe Cotton Leaf Curl Disease. Introduction Cotton leaf curl disease (CLCuD) is a top ranked endemic disease to cotton in Pakistan, northwestern India and Africa, and causes a severe short fall in the economy thus, it is detrimental to the socio-economic values of the people (Mansoor et al., 2003; Varma and Malathi, 2003; Sattar et al., 2013).

FRONTIERS IN PLANT SCIENCE 12/04/16 CRISPR/Cas9: A Tool to Circumscribe Cotton Leaf Curl Disease

CLCuD on the Indian subcontinent is caused by a complex of begomoviruses in association with certain satellite molecules (alpha- and betasatellite). World Cotton Research Conference — 5 2011 - CLOTHIANIDIN: A PROMISING NEW MOLECULE FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF SUCKING PESTS OF TRANSGENIC COTTON. VKM_NO 14.03/16 Final health and environmental risk assessment of genetically modified LLcotton25. In preparation for a legal implementation of EU-regulation 1829/2003, the Norwegian Environment Agency (former Norwegian Directorate for Nature Management) has requested the Norwegian Food Safety Authority (NFSA) to give final opinions on all genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and products containing or consisting of GMOs that are authorised in the European Union under Directive 2001/18/EC or Regulation 1829/2003/EC within the Authority’s sectoral responsibility.

VKM_NO 14.03/16 Final health and environmental risk assessment of genetically modified LLcotton25.

The Norwegian Food Safety Authority has therefore, by letter dated 13th February 2013 (ref. 2012/150202), requested the Norwegian Scientific Committee for Food Safety (VKM) to carry out scientific risk assessments of 39 GMOs and products containing or consisting of GMOs that are authorised in the European Union. The request covers scope(s) relevant to the Gene Technology Act. The request does not cover GMOs that VKM already has conducted its final risk assessments on. VKM_NO 14/03/16 Final health and environmental risk assessment of genetically modified cotton GHB614. In preparation for a legal implementation of EU-regulation 1829/2003, the Norwegian Environment Agency (former Norwegian Directorate for Nature Management) has requested the Norwegian Food Safety Authority (NFSA) to give final opinions on all genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and products containing or consisting of GMOs that are authorised in the European Union under Directive 2001/18/EC or Regulation 1829/2003/EC within the Authority’s sectoral responsibility.

VKM_NO 14/03/16 Final health and environmental risk assessment of genetically modified cotton GHB614.

The Norwegian Food Safety Authority has therefore, by letter dated 13th February 2013 (ref. 2012/150202), requested the Norwegian Scientific Committee for Food Safety (VKM) to carry out scientific risk assessments of 39 GMOs and products containing or consisting of GMOs that are authorised in the European Union. The request covers scope(s) relevant to the Gene Technology Act. The request does not cover GMOs that VKM already has conducted its final risk assessments on. VKM_NO 14/03/16 Final health- and environmental risk assessment of genetically modified cotton 281-24-236 x 3006-210-23 (MXB-13). In preparation for a legal implementation of EU-regulation 1829/2003, the Norwegian Environment Agency (former Norwegian Directorate for Nature Management) has requested the Norwegian Food Safety Authority (NFSA) to give final opinions on all genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and products containing or consisting of GMOs that are authorised in the European Union under Directive 2001/18/EC or Regulation 1829/2003/EC within the Authority’s sectoral responsibility.

VKM_NO 14/03/16 Final health- and environmental risk assessment of genetically modified cotton 281-24-236 x 3006-210-23 (MXB-13).

The Norwegian Food Safety Authority has therefore, by letter dated 13th February 2013 (ref. 2012/150202), requested the Norwegian Scientific Committee for Food Safety (VKM) to carry out scientific risk assessments of 39 GMOs and products containing or consisting of GMOs that are authorised in the European Union. The request covers scope(s) relevant to the Gene Technology Act. The request does not cover GMOs that VKM already has conducted its final risk assessments on. Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences Available online 20 November 2014 Development of Cotton leaf curl virus resistant transgenic cotton using antisense ßC1 gene. Bioengineering and Bioscience 1(3): 37-46, 2013 Agronomic Performance of Transgenic and Non Trangenic Cotton Against Cotton Leaf. OGTR_GOV_AU 16/08/13 DIR 118 - Commercial release of cotton genetically modified for herbicide tolerance. PNAS 25/03/13 Potential shortfall of pyramided transgenic cotton for insect resistance management.

3ADI - Atelier sur le coton - JUIN 2012 - Présentations en ligne. FAS USDA 26/03/13 Mexico Denies Five GE Cotton Permits for Commercial Release. Methods Mol Biol. 2013;958:3-15. Transgenic cotton: from biotransformation methods to agricultural application. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA - 2012 - SAMPLE COSTS TO PRODUCE COTTON TRANSGENIC HERBICIDE-RESISTANT ACALA VARIETY. AGRIFOOD AUSTRALIA – 2012 - GM Cotton in Australia - A Resource Guide. FIBRE 2 FASHION 07/08/10 New GM technology to herald next cotton revolution. Use of genetically modified (GM) Bt cotton seeds from 2002 onwards heralded the onset of India being considered one of the biggest producers and exporters of cotton in the world, just behind USA and China.

FIBRE 2 FASHION 07/08/10 New GM technology to herald next cotton revolution

Now after introducing two varieties of Bt cotton seeds in the last eight years, test trials are on to launch the third generation of GM seeds. US based seeds biotech company, Monsanto and its Indian partner Mahyco, are conducting field trials of a new generation of GM cotton seeds, in association with agriculture universities and institutions, in which Bollgard II has been blended with Monsanto’s round up ready flex (RR Flex) technology. UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES DHARWAD 21/06/11 Disappearing non-GM cotton - ways forward to maintain diversity, increase a. ORGANIC COTTON - NOV 2011 - Sommaire de la discussion en ligne de la communauté mondiale du cotton biologique sur "Déterminer le. Biotechnol. Agron. Soc. Environ., vol. 15, no. 4, pp. 545-552. 2011 Gone with transgenic cotton in the USA - A perception of the.

EFSA 15/06/10 Scientific Opinion on application (EFSA-GMO-NL-2005-16) for the placing on the market of insect resistant genetica. EFSA Journal 2010; 8(6):1644 [32 pp.]. doi:10.2903/j.efsa.2010.1644.

EFSA 15/06/10 Scientific Opinion on application (EFSA-GMO-NL-2005-16) for the placing on the market of insect resistant genetica

Transgenic Research - Janvier 2011 - Development of insect-resistant transgenic cotton with chimeric TVip3A* accumulating in chl. UNIVERSITE DE LIEGE 18/01/11 Gone with transgenic cotton cropping in the USA. A perception of the presentations and interactions. 1The Beltwide Cotton Conferences have been organized annually since 1983 in the United States by the National Cotton Council (NCC), an organization that has assumed a lobbying role to influence American cotton policy.

UNIVERSITE DE LIEGE 18/01/11 Gone with transgenic cotton cropping in the USA. A perception of the presentations and interactions

The multidisciplinary conferences (Table 1) are highly technical, but they devote ample time to the political and economic issues of cotton production (Fok, 2010). 2In 2010, the Beltwide Conferences focused on transgenic cotton, almost fifteen years after the first transgenic varieties of major crops (maize, soybean, cotton) were marketed. Initially, these incorporated one or more Bacillus thuringiensis genes for resistance to certain pests (Bt varieties), or a gene affording tolerance of a herbicide-active ingredient (particularly glyphosate), or both types of genes. 5“I'm happy that transgenic cotton exists, but that is not enough for me to sleep easy” (Bob Griffin, consultant1). 2.1. 2.2. 13It is undeniable that Bt-cotton was effective against the target pests.

ERS USDA - 2011 - Adoption of Genetically Engineered Crops in the U.S.: Upland Cotton Varieties. PLoS One. 2012; 7(7) Cell Suspension Culture-Mediated Incorporation of the Rice Bel Gene into Transgenic Cotton. INTERNATIONAL COTTON ADVISORY COMMITTEE - NOV 2011 - Actes en ligne : COTTON IMPROVEMENT AND BIOTECHNOLOGY. Genetic Diversity Analysis in Cotton Germplasm Prafulla Naphade, Pandurang Kulkarni, Rahul Ramekar, Ashok Jaybhaye Chandrashekhar Chaporkar, Bharat Char and Venugopal Mikkilineni Creating Novel Diversity and using Comprehensive Methods for Their Further Use in Hybrid Research— An Exercise in Gossypium hirsutum L.

INTERNATIONAL COTTON ADVISORY COMMITTEE - NOV 2011 - Actes en ligne : COTTON IMPROVEMENT AND BIOTECHNOLOGY

Rajesh S. Patil, Bharathkumar, Kasu Pawar, Sudheendra Ashtaputre, Ishwarappa Katageri, Basavaraj Khadi, Bhuvaneshwaragouda Patil, Shreekanth Patil and Shekhar L. New Cotton Germplasm as an Intermediate Cycle Called SP 8 Development by the National Institute of Agricultural Technology–INTA A. Introgression of High Fibre Strength Trait to Upland Cottonusing Marker-Assisted Selection Nallathambi Kannan, P.