Bacillus thuringiensis Cry1Ia10 and Vip3Aa protein interactions and their toxicity in Spodoptera spp. (Lepidoptera).

@article{Bergamasco2013BacillusTC,
  title={Bacillus thuringiensis Cry1Ia10 and Vip3Aa protein interactions and their toxicity in Spodoptera spp. (Lepidoptera).},
  author={V B Bergamasco and Deise R.P. Mendes and Odair A. Fernandes and Janete Apparecida Desid{\'e}rio and Manoel Victor Franco Lemos},
  journal={Journal of invertebrate pathology},
  year={2013},
  volume={112 2},
  pages={
          152-8
        }
}
The polyphagous pests belonging to the genus Spodoptera are considered to be among the most important causes of damage and are widely distributed throughout the Americas'. Due to the extensive use of genetically modified plants containing Bacillus thuringiensis genes that code for insecticidal proteins, resistant insects may arise. To prevent the development of resistance, pyramided plants, which express multiple insecticidal proteins that act through distinct mode of actions, can be used. This… CONTINUE READING

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