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Microbial control and biotechnology research on Bacillus thuringiensis in China.
The current status of production and application of biopesticides for pest control in China is briefly reviewed, with a focus on research advances in microbial control with Bacillus thuringiensisExpand
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Genome-Wide Epigenetic Regulation of Gene Transcription in Maize Seeds
Background Epigenetic regulation is well recognized for its importance in gene expression in organisms. DNA methylation, an important epigenetic mark, has received enormous attention in recent yearsExpand
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The maize transcription factor EREB58 mediates the jasmonate-induced production of sesquiterpene volatiles.
Over the past two decades, Zea mays (maize) has been established as a model system for the study of indirect plant defense against herbivores. When attacked by lepidopteran larvae, maize leaves emitExpand
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A Subsidiary Cell-Localized Glucose Transporter Promotes Stomatal Conductance and Photosynthesis
Maize subsidiary cell-specific glucose transporter CST1 mediates the feedback-regulation of photosynthesis by photoassimilates at the grain-filling stage. It has long been recognized that stomatalExpand
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Pyramiding of Bt cry1Ia8 and cry1Ba3 genes into cabbage (Brassica oleracea L. var. capitata) confers effective control against diamondback moth
  • D. Yi, L. Cui, +8 authors L. Yang
  • Biology
  • Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture (PCTOC)
  • 23 August 2013
A binary vector carrying Bacillus thuringiensiscry1Ia8 and cry1Ba3 genes was introduced into an inbred line of white cabbage by Agrobacterium tumefaciens-mediated transformation for control ofExpand
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Regulatory modules controlling early shade avoidance response in maize seedlings
BackgroundOptimization of shade avoidance response (SAR) is crucial for enhancing crop yield in high-density planting conditions in modern agriculture, but a comprehensive study of the regulatoryExpand
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Acquiring transgenic tobacco plants with insect resistance and glyphosate tolerance by fusion gene transformation
AbstractThe advantages of gene ‘stacking’ or ‘pyramiding’ are obvious in genetically modified (GM) crops, and several different multi-transgene-stacking methods are available. Using linker peptidesExpand
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Chloroplast-targeted expression of the codon-optimized truncated cry1Ah gene in transgenic tobacco confers a high level of protection against insects
Key messageThe study of insect-resistant transgenic tobacco provides a good foundation for the further application of thecry1Ahgene in other important crops.AbstractTo improve transgene expressionExpand
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Transcriptome profiling revealed novel transcriptional regulators in maize responses to Ostrinia furnacalis and jasmonic acid
Chewing insects cause severe yield losses in crop production worldwide. Crop plants counteract chewing insects by transcriptionally promoting a repertoire of defense gene products that are eitherExpand
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The Influence of Bt-Transgenic Maize Pollen on the Bacterial Diversity in the Midgut of Chinese Honeybees, Apis cerana cerana
Abstract Using culture-independent technique polymerase chain reaction-denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis (PCR-DGGE) and conventional culture techniques, ecological risk of transgenic maizeExpand
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