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Environmental Fate of Double-Stranded RNA in Agricultural Soils
A laboratory soil degradation study was conducted to determine the biodegradation potential of a DvSnf7 dsRNA transcript derived from a Monsanto genetically modified (GM) maize product that confersExpand
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Transportable data from non-target arthropod field studies for the environmental risk assessment of genetically modified maize expressing an insecticidal double-stranded RNA
As part of an environmental risk assessment, the potential impact of genetically modified (GM) maize MON 87411 on non-target arthropods (NTAs) was evaluated in the field. MON 87411 confers resistanceExpand
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Activated carbon adsorption of chloroacetanilide herbicides and their degradation products from surface water supplies
A recent (1995–2001) 175-site surface drinking water monitoring programme in the United States showed that one community water system (Nashville, Illinois) was particularly successful at removingExpand
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Development and Survival of Orius insidiosus (Say) Nymphs on Encapsulated Bee Pollen-Based Diet in a Tier-I Toxicity Assay
ABSTRACT The insidious flower bug, Orius insidiosus (Say) (Heteroptera: Anthocoridae) is an important surrogate species for assessing potential effects of plant-incorporated protectants (PIPs) onExpand
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Comparative biodegradability of anionic surfactants in synthetic and natural test systems
Abstract Studies on the biodegradability of representative anionic surfactants using the Modified OECD Screening Test indicated deficiencies in the test for these materials. Biodegradation studies inExpand
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Characterization of the ecological interactions of Roundup Ready 2 Yield® soybean, MON 89788, for use in ecological risk assessment.
As part of an ecological risk assessment, Roundup Ready 2 Yield® soybean (MON 89788) was compared to a conventional control soybean variety, A3244, for disease and arthropod damage, plant response toExpand
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Biodegradation of N-phosphonomethyliminodiacetic acid by microorganisms from industrial activated sludge.
A microbial population that biodegraded N-phosphonomethyliminodiacetic acid (PIA), a key component of glyphosate (N-phosphonomethylglycine) process waste, was established. The stoichiometricExpand
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Microbodies in fungi: a review
SummaryMicrobodies are ubiquitous organelles in fungal cells, occurring in both vegetative hyphae and spores. They are bounded by a single membrane and may contain a crystalloid inclusion withExpand
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Spheroplast formation and partial purification of microbodies from hydrocarbon-grown cells ofCladosporium resinae
SummaryCells ofCladosporium resinae form greater numbers of microbodies when grown onn-alkanes than when grown on glucose. To facilitate isolation of microbodies, hydrocarbon-grown cells wereExpand
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Characterization of partially purified microbodies from hydrocarbon-grown cells of Cladosporium resinae
Cells of the filamentous fungus Cladosporium resinae synthesize many more microbodies when they are grown on an n-alkane than when they are grown on glucose. Cladosporium resinae was grown on n-dod...
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