Genetically modified insect resistant corn: Implications for disease managementAPSnet Features
AbstractIn the current atmosphere surrounding Bt corn production, the need for investigation into all potential risks and benefits of Bt technology is more critical than ever. Approval by EPA carries with it assurance that these products are safe, but additional data may be needed so consumers can make informed choices and convey their preferences to policymakers. One aspect of risk/benefit analysis is the influence that Bt technology may have on corn diseases and mycotoxin-producing fungi in corn.
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Citation InformationGary P. Munkvold and Richard L Hellmich. "Genetically modified insect resistant corn: Implications for disease management" APSnet Features (1999) p. 1 - 8
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