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|Title: ||Potential of insecticidal genes from plants and microbes in insect pest management|
|Authors: ||Asokan, R|
Vageeshbabu, S Hanur
|Issue Date: ||2009|
|Citation: ||Asokan R. and Vageeshbabu S Hanur. 2009. Potential of insecticidal genes from plants and microbes in insect pest management. Everyman’s Science 44(5): 279-85.|
|Abstract: ||Even though there is a scope for employing
insecticidal genes derived from plants and microbes for insect pest management some of the concerns viz. potential toxicity of the introduced gene
products to the intended consumers, accelerated development of resistance, possible environmental risks such as effect on parasites and predators and possible transgene escape are to be objectively assessed.|
|Appears in Collections:||Biotechnology|
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