Transgenic Plants for Insect Pest Control: A Forward Looking Scientific Perspective

@article{Ferry2005TransgenicPF,
  title={Transgenic Plants for Insect Pest Control: A Forward Looking Scientific Perspective},
  author={Natalie Ferry and Martin G. Edwards and John A Gatehouse and Teresa Capell and Paul Christou and Angharad M R Gatehouse},
  journal={Transgenic Research},
  year={2005},
  volume={15},
  pages={13-19}
}
One of the first successes of plant biotechnology has been the creation and commercialisation of transgenic crops exhibiting resistance to major insect pests. First generation products encompassed plants with single insecticidal Bt genes with resistance against major pests of corn and cotton. Modelling studies predicted that usefulness of these resistant plants would be short-lived, as a result of the ability of insects to develop resistance against single insecticidal gene products. However… CONTINUE READING

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