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Literature list for:
beneficial = Bacillus thuringiensis Cry1A-toxin (entomopathogen)
country = Argentina
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5 literature records found (sorted descending by year):

Pest Management Science (2018) 74, 905-913
Damián A. Grimi, Betiana Parody, María Laura Ramos, Marcos Machado, Federico Ocampo, Alan Willse, Samuel Martinelli and Graham Head (2018)
Field-evolved resistance to Bt maize in sugarcane borer (Diatraea saccharalis) in Argentina
Neotropical Entomology (2010) 39, 767-773
Diego H. Sauka, Regina E. Basurto-Ríos, Jorge E. Ibarra and Graciela B. Benintende (2010)
Characterization of an Argentine isolate of Bacillus thuringiensis similar to the HD-1 strain
Florida Entomologist (2008) 91, 63-69
Eduardo G. Virla, Analía Álvarez, Flavia Loto, Licia M. Pera and Mario Baigorí (2008)
Fall armyworm strains (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) in Argentina, their associate host plants and response to different mortality factors in laboratory
Mycopathologia (2005) 159, 539-552
Regina de la Campa, David C. Hooker, J. David Miller, Arthur W. Schaafsma and Bruce G. Hammond (2005)
Modeling effects of environment, insect damage, and Bt genotypes on fumonisin accumulation in maize in Argentina and the Philippines
Journal of Economic Entomology (2005) 98, 577-587
Ted C. Macrae, Matthew E. Baur, David J. Boethel, Bentley J. Fitzpatrick, Ai-Guo Gao, Juan Carlos Gamundi, Leslie A. Harrison, Victor T. Kabuye, Robert M. McPherson, John A. Miklos, Mark S. Paradise, Andrea S. Toedebusch and Alejo Viegas (2005)
Laboratory and field evaluations of transgenic soybean exhibiting high-dose expression of a synthetic Bacillus thuringiensis cry1A gene for control of Lepidoptera


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