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EFSA 13/01/21 Assessment of genetically modified maize Bt11 for renewal authorisation under Regulation (EC) No 1829/2003 (application EFSA‐GMO‐RX‐016) AGROBERICHTENBUITENLAND_NL 12/09/19 Bt maize leads to an additional maize production of 1.89 M tons in Spain and Portugal. Nieuwsbericht | 12-09-2019 | 12:00 Article by British agricultural economist assesses the economic and environmental impacts that have arisen from the adoption and use of genetically modified (GM) insect resistant (IR) maize in Spain and Portugal in the 21 years since first planted in Spain in 1998. GM crop technology has been widely used in maize in many parts of the world over the last 21 years. In the EU, the only GM maize trait authorized for planting has been IR maize (resistant to corn borer), which was first authorized in 1998.

The original IR maize trait approved for planting in the EU was Bt 176. Since 1998, the cultivation of Bt maize has allowed Spanish and Portuguese farmers to obtain an additional production of 1.89 million tons, using fewer resources and helping to reduce pressure on some scarce ones such as water. Between 1998 and 2018, the total area under Bt maize in the two countries was 1.65 million hectares. Spain Source: Fundación Antama. SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 17/07/19 No impact of transgenic cry1Ie maize on the diversity, abundance and composition of soil fauna in a 2-year feld trial. MICROORGANISMS 24/03/19 The Chronic Effect of Transgenic Maize Line with mCry1Ac or maroACC Gene on Ileal Microbiota Using a Hen Model. UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA - 2011 - Thèse en ligne :Comparative susceptibility of Ostrinia furnacalis, Ostrinia nubilalis,and Diatraea saccharalis (Lepidoptera: Crambidae) to Bacillus thuringiensis Cry1 toxins.

TOXINS 14/03/19 Engineering of Bacillus thuringiensis Cry Proteins to Enhance the Activity against Western Corn Rootworm. EFSA 05/04/19 Assessment of genetically modified maize Bt11 × MIR162 × MIR604 × 1507 × 5307 × GA21 and subcombinations, for food and feed uses, under Regulation (EC) No 1829/2003 (application EFSA‐GMO‐DE‐2011‐103) LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY 29/06/18 Dissertation en ligne : Risk Assessment of Fall Armyworm Resistance To Transgenic Corn Containing Single or Pyramided Bacillus Thuringiensis Genes.

EFSA 05/04/19 Assessment of genetically modified maize Bt11 × MIR162 × MIR604 × 1507 × 5307 × GA21 and subcombinations, for food and feed uses, under Regulation (EC) No 1829/2003 (application EFSA‐GMO‐DE‐2011‐103) JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY 17/12/18 Assessing the Efficacy of Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) Pyramided Proteins Cry1F, Cry1A.105, Cry2Ab2, and Vip3Aa20 Expressed in Bt Maize Against Lepidopteran Pests in Brazil. Skip to Main Content Sign In Register Close Advanced Search Online ISSN 1938-291X Print ISSN 0022-0493 Copyright © 2018 Entomological Society of America Connect Resources Explore Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford.

Close. Global Food Security Volume 19, December 2018, Risks and opportunities of GM crops: Bt maize example. Adang et al., 2014 M.J. Adang, N. Crickmore, J.L. Jurat-FuentesDiversity of Bacillus thuringiensis crystal toxins and mechanism of action T.S. Dhadialla, S.S. Gill (Eds.), Adv. Bakan et al., 2002 B. J. Barrett, 2005 J.R. Environ. Betz et al., 2000 F.S. Regul. Braun and Wink, 2018 M.S. Compr. Brookes and Barfoot, 2017 G. GM Crops Food, 8 (2017), pp. 156-193 Burtet et al., 2017 L.M. Pest Manag. Carpenter, 2010 J.E. Nat. De Groote, 2002 H. Int. Delaney, 2007 B.

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Appl. Kruger et al., 2011 M. Environ. P. H. BMC 12/12/16 Baseline susceptibility of different European lepidopteran and coleopteran pests to Bt proteins expressed in Bt maize: a systematic review. The broad objective of our systematic review was to gather relevant information for the successful management of pest resistance for the cultivation of Bt maize in Europe. Therefore, we collected data on the baseline susceptibility of different lepidopteran/coleopteran maize pests. Besides the use of Bt proteins in Bt maize insecticidal Bt proteins are used also in sprays like Dipel®. These are applied against different insect pests worldwide [14] in both organic and conventional agriculture [15].

Considering our inclusion criteria, we searched for studies of the Bt proteins that are expressed in commercial Bt maize varieties and that are toxic to European target organisms. Therefore, we excluded studies that used Bt formulations or the untruncated version of the Bt proteins for testing (23% of the studies). Many studies examined the effect of Bt proteins on a range of potential pests. We identified appropriate endpoints—our third inclusion criterion—, in about 40% of the studies. WAGENINGEN UNIVERSITY – Présentation : Uncertain and irreversible benefits and costs of the adoption of Bt maize. SOUTH AFRICAN JOURNAL OF SCIENCE - 2018 - Community composition and functions of endophytic bacteria of Bt maize. Rasheed A. Adeleke 1 Microbiology and Environmental Biotechnology Research Group, Agricultural Research Council, Pretoria, South Africa 2 Unit for Environmental Sciences and Management, North-West University, Potchefstroom, South Africa Asnath R.

Mashiane 1 Microbiology and Environmental Biotechnology Research Group, Agricultural Research Council, Pretoria, South Africa 2 Unit for Environmental Sciences and Management, North-West University, Potchefstroom, South Africa Carlos C. Bezuidenhout Unit for Environmental Sciences and Management, North-West University, Potchefstroom, South Africa George Chirima Center for African Ecology, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa Keywords: endophytes, nitrogen fixation, phosphate solubilisation, antifungal activity, transgenic (Bt) maize Abstract Views. BIORISK - 2018 - Spatial analysis of the occurrence of protected butterflies in six European biogeographic regions as a tool for the environmental risk assessment of Bt maize.

PLOS 03/07/18 Effects of field history on resistance to Bt maize by western corn rootworm, Diabrotica virgifera virgifera LeConte (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) Abstract Western corn rootworm, Diabrotica virgifera virgifera LeConte, has evolved resistance to transgenic maize, Zea maize L., that produces the insecticidal protein Cry3Bb1, which is derived from the bacterium Bacillus thuringiensis. We hypothesized that the level of Cry3Bb1 resistance in populations of western corn rootworm could be influenced by farming practices.

To test this hypothesis, we evaluated the effect of field history on resistance to Cry3Bb1 maize by western corn rootworm. In 2013 and 2014, rootworm adults were collected from the four types of maize fields: 1) current problem fields, 2) past problem fields, 3) rotated maize fields, and 4) continuous maize fields. Those field populations along with seven Bt-susceptible control populations were tested for Cry3Bb1 resistance with both plant-based and diet-based bioassays. All field populations were resistant to Cry3Bb1 regardless of field history, however, some variation in the degree of resistance was found. Introduction. Ciênc. agrotec. vol.41 no.2 Lavras Mar./Apr. 2017 Efficacy of transgenic mayze insecticide treatment to control fall armyworm in late-season maize in São Paulo state, Brazil.

Late-season maize in Brazil is characterized by rainfed cultivation, and is sown between January and April, after the summer crop, usually after early soybean. In the 2015 growing season, the acreage of late-season maize in the state of São Paulo was 370,100 hectares and the mean yield 4494 kg ha-1 (Conab, 2015). One of the main factors compromising the yield of late-season maize is the incidence of insect pests, whose populations have increased every year, reducing crop yields and thus causing losses to farmers (Fernandes; Carneiro, 2006). One of the major pests is the fall armyworm, Spodoptera frugiperda (J.E. Smith, 1797) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) a polyphagous insect, which is widely distributed in tropical and subtropical regions of the Americas (Andrews, 1988), and is considered the main pest of maize in Brazil (Gallo et al., 2002; Cruz, 2008).

In the experiments of 2009, the damage caused by fall armyworm in the three regions was significant. Pesq. agropec. bras. vol.53 no.2 Brasília Feb. 2018 Transgenic Bt maize does not affect the soil ant community. References. Arq. Inst. Biol. vol.84 São Paulo 2017 Epub Jan 22, 2018 Diversity of insects under the effect of Bt maize and insecticides. Soil Biology and Biochemistry Volume 119, April 2018, The responses of soil nematode communities to Bt maize cultivation at four field sites across Europe. JavaScript is disabled on your browser. Please enable JavaScript to use all the features on this page.

Highlights Bt maize did not substantially affect the soil nematode communities. Impact of the site and year on the nematodes was larger than the effects of Bt maize. Differences in nematode communities was observed in only one of the sampling years. Abstract Transgenic maize expressing the Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) insecticidal crystal (Cry1Ab) protein is poisonous to lepidopterans including the European Corn Borer (Ostrinia nubilalis). Keywords GMO biosafety Nematodes community composition Ostrinia nubilalis Choose an option to locate/access this article: Trends in Food Science & Technology Volume 73, March 2018, How can China prepare for the domestic cultivation of Bt maize? JavaScript is disabled on your browser.

Please enable JavaScript to use all the features on this page. Highlights The prevalence of small-holders presents issues for introduction of Bt maize cultivation. A specialist agency might assist GE crop breeders manage regulatory and trade issues. China should manage co-existence of organic, conventional and GE crops. Alternative strategies for managing insect resistance in Bt maize should be evaluated. Abstract Recent documents issued by the State Council of China indicate that China's central government is paving the way to commercial cultivation of genetically engineered (GE) staple crops, with priority on insect-resistant GE (IRGE) maize expressing Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) proteins. Keywords Genetically modified maize Commercialization International trade Bt resistance Co-production Choose an option to locate/access this article: Check if you have access through your login credentials or your institution. Check Access View full text © 2018 Elsevier Ltd.

EFSA 11/07/18 Assessment of genetically modified maize Bt11 x MIR162 x 1507 x GA21 and three subcombinations independently of their origin, for food and feed uses under Regulation (EC) No 1829/2003 (application EFSA‐GMO‐DE‐2010‐86) VKM_NO 06/07/17 Cultivation of genetically modified maize 1507 will unlikely harm environment and agriculture in Norway. The Norwegian Environment Agency and the Norwegian Food Safety Authority requested the Norwegian Scientific Committee for Food Safety for an opinion of potential risks to biodiversity and agriculture in Norway associated with import of seeds and cultivation of insect-resistant and herbicide-tolerant genetically modified maize 1507. VKM was also requested to assess the applicant´s post-market environmental monitoring plan, and the management measures suggested in the draft implementing decision of the European Commission. Maize 1507 The genetically modified maize 1507 has been developed to provide protection against certain lepidopteran target pests, such as the European corn borer (ECB, Ostrinia nubilalis), and some species belonging to the genus Sesamia.

The insect resistence is achieved by the expression of a synthetic version of the truncated cry1F gene. Environmental risks There are no reports of the target lepidopteran species attaining pest status on maize in Norway. Coexistence. VKM_NO 06/07/17 Cultivation of genetically modified maize Bt11 is unlikely to harm environment and agriculture in Norway. The Norwegian Environment Agency and the Norwegian Food Safety Authority requested the Norwegian Scientific Committee for Food Safety for an opinion of potential risks to biodiversity and agriculture in Norway associated with import of seeds and cultivation of insect-resistant and herbicide-tolerant genetically modified maize Bt11.

VKM was also requested to assess the applicant´s post-market environmental monitoring plan, and the management measures suggested in the draft implementing decision of the European Commission. Maize Bt11 The genetically modified maize Bt11has been developed to provide protection against certain lepidopteran target pests, such as the European corn borer (ECB, Ostrinia nubilalis), and some species belonging to the genus Sesamia.

Maize Bt11 also expresses the phosphinothricin-N-acetyltransferase (pat) gene, derived from the soil microorganism Streptomyces viridochromogenes strain Tu494, which encodes an enzyme: phosphinothricin acetyl transferase (PAT). Coexistence. Cienc. Rural vol.47 no.10 Santa Maria 2017 Epub Aug 28, 2017 Phytophagous mites on genetically modified maize with Bacillus thuringiensis genes. Phytophagous mites on genetically modified maize with Bacillus thuringiensis genes Ácaros fitófagos em milho geneticamente modificado com genes de Bacillus thuringiensis Tamara Esteves Ferreira1 Marcos Antonio Matiello Fadini1 * Simone Martins Mendes2 Cidália Gabriela Santos Marinho1 Ivan Cruz2 1Universidade Federal de São João Del-Rei (UFSJ), 563, 5701-970, Sete Lagoas, MG, Brasil. 2Embrapa Milho e Sorgo, Sete Lagoas, MG, Brasil.

The study of non-target organisms such as mites, can provide information about the possible effects of transgenic maize cultivars on the arthropod community. Key words: plant defense; Non-target organisms; Genetically modified organisms Bt protein; Diptilomiopidae; Eriophyidae; Tetranychidae O estudo de organismos não-alvo, tais como ácaros, pode fornecer informações sobre os possíveis efeitos de cultivares de milho transgênico na comunidade de artrópodos. We evaluated the occurrence of phytophagous mites in conventional and Bt maize in a field. EFSA 24/05/18 Assessment of genetically modified maize 4114 for food and feed uses, under Regulation (EC) No 1829/2003 (application EFSA‐GMO‐NL‐2014‐123) UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 12/03/18 Forty Years of Data Quantifies Benefits of Bt Corn Adoption Across a Wide Variety of Crops for the First Time. Toxins (Basel). 2017 Jun; 9(6): 186. Characterization of Asian Corn Borer Resistance to Bt Toxin Cry1Ie.

JOURNAL OF APPLIED ENTOMOLOGY - FEV 2017 - Fitness costs associated with Cry1F resistance in the European corn borer. PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question P-004159-17 EU authorisation for three GMO maize crops (DuPont Pioneer 1507, Syngenta Bt11, Monsanto MON810) PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question E-003385-17 Genetically modified maize. FOOD ANALYTICAL METHODS 17/06/13 Molecular Identification of Four Genetically Modified Maize (Bt11, Bt176, Mon810 and T25) by Duplex Quantitative Real-Time PCR. Front Plant Sci. 2014; 5: 379. Maize transformation technology development for commercial event generation. EFSA 24/03/17 Risk assessment of information on the subcombination Bt11 × MIR162, related to the application of Syngenta (EFSA-GMO-DE-2009-66) for authorisation of food and feed containing, consisting and produced from genetically modified maize Bt11 × MI.

EUROPE 11/04/16 Framework for assessing the socio-economic impacts of Bt maize cultivation. JOURNAL OF APPLIED ENTOMOLOGY - FEV 2017 - Fitness costs associated with Cry1F resistance in the European corn borer. Int J Mol Sci. 2016 Oct; 17(10): 1561. Development of Bt Rice and Bt Maize in China and Their Efficacy in Target Pest Control. FUNDACION ANTAMA - ‘15 AÑOS DE CULTIVO DE MAÍZ Bt EN ESPAÑA: BENEFICIOS ECONÓMICOS, SOCIALES Y AMBIENTALES’ Transgenic Research - August 2013 - No effects of Bacillus thuringiensis maize on nontarget organisms in the field in southern E.

EFSA 11/12/12 Scientific Opinion updating the risk assessment conclusions and risk management recommendations on maize Bt11. Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences UPPSALA - 2013 - Thèse en ligne : From Betterment to Bt Maize Agricultural Developme. Journal of Central European Agriculture, 2013, 14(2), p.194-212 Comparison of some aspects of the bionomy of Ostrinia nubilalis.

EFSA 11/12/12 Scientific Opinion supplementing previous conclusions and recommendations on maize Bt11 and MON 810 for cultivatio. JOURNAL of Horticulture, Forestry and Biotechnology JOURNAL of Horticulture, Volume 16(1), 202-206, 2012 Evaluation of the genet. Texas Tech University - AOUT 2012 - Which Farmers Benefit the Most from Bt Corn Adoption in the Philippines? Estimating Heteroge.

ARS USDA 07/10/10 New Study Shows Benefits of Bt Corn to Farmers. CHECKBIOTECH 14/12/10 Auburn researchers evaluate Bt corn hybrids. UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY 15/10/10 Bt Corn Benefits Farmers, Including non-Bt Corn Farmers. ISAAA 21/05/10 Effects of Bt Corn on the Reproduction of Non-target Pest Corn Leafhopper.

Agron. Sustain. Dev. Volume 30, Number 4, October-December 2010 Lower mycotoxin levels in Bt maize grain. African Journal of Biotechnology Vol. 10(23), pp. 4741-4751, 1 June, 2011 Assessing the potential economic impact of Bacillus th. ISAAA - Drama and Communication Behind Asia’s First Commercialized Bt Corn. INTECH - OCT 2011 - Transgenic Pesticidal Crops and the Environment: The Case of Bt Maize and Natural Enemies.