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by Jörg Romeis,Anthony M. Shelton,George Kennedy

eBook Integration of Insect-Resistant Genetically Modified Crops within IPM Programs (Progress in Biological Control) download ISBN: 1402083726
Author: Jörg Romeis,Anthony M. Shelton,George Kennedy
Publisher: Springer; 2008 edition (September 11, 2008)
Language: English
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Since 1996, when the first genetically modified (GM) insect-resistant maize variety was commercialized in the USA, the area planted to insect-resistant GM varieties has grown dramatically, representing the fastest adoption rate of any agricultural technology in human history

Since 1996, when the first genetically modified (GM) insect-resistant maize variety was commercialized in the USA, the area planted to insect-resistant GM varieties has grown dramatically, representing the fastest adoption rate of any agricultural technology in human history. The goal of our book is to provide an overview on the role insect-resistant GM plants play in different crop systems worldwide. We hope that the book will contribute to a more rational debate about the role GM crops can play in IPM for food and fiber production. Скачать (pdf, . 0 Mb) Читать

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Дауров Диас Ламзарович, магистр, e-mail: dias. Integration of Insect-Resistant Genetically Modified Crops within IPM Programs. Insect pests remain one of the main constraints to food and fiber production worldwide despite farmers deploying a range of techniques to protect their crops. Modern pest control is guided by the principles of integrated pest management (IPM) with pest resistant germplasm being an important part of the foundation.

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Insect-resistant, genetically modified (GM) crops represent the fastest adoption rate of any agricultural technology in human history. This book provides an overview of the role insect-resistant GM plants play in different crop systems worldwide. Online Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound. Hardcover, 441 pages.

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Insect-resistant, genetically modified (GM) crops represent the fastest . Since 1996, when the first genetically modified (GM) insect-resistant maize variety was commercialized in the USA, the area planted to insect-resistant GM varieties has grown dramatically, representing the fastest adoption rate of any agricultural technology in human history.

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Assessment of risk of insect-resistant transgenic crops to nontarget arthropods. J Romeis, D Bartsch, F Bigler, MP Candolfi, MMC Gielkens, SE Hartley,. Nature biotechnology 26 (2), 203, 2008. Integration of insect-resistant genetically modified crops within IP. 2008.

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Insect pests remain one of the main constraints to food and fiber production worldwide despite farmers deploying a range of techniques to protect their crops. Modern pest control is guided by the principles of integrated pest management (IPM) with pest resistant germplasm being an important part of the foundation. Since 1996, when the first genetically modified (GM) insect-resistant maize variety was commercialized in the USA, the area planted to insect-resistant GM varieties has grown dramatically, representing the fastest adoption rate of any agricultural technology in human history. The goal of our book is to provide an overview on the role insect-resistant GM plants play in different crop systems worldwide. We hope that the book will contribute to a more rational debate about the role GM crops can play in IPM for food and fiber production.