Graham P. Head mainly focuses on Agronomy, Bacillus thuringiensis, Larva, Cry3Bb1 and PEST analysis. Agronomy is frequently linked to Genetically modified crops in his study. His study looks at the relationship between Genetically modified crops and topics such as Biotechnology, which overlap with Plant disease resistance and Sowing.
Bacillus thuringiensis is intertwined with Fall armyworm, Bioassay and Bt cotton in his study. His research in Bioassay focuses on subjects like Horticulture, which are connected to Cry1Ac, Botany, Transgene, Pink bollworm and Toxin. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Western corn rootworm, MON 863 and Diabrotica.
His primary areas of study are Bacillus thuringiensis, Agronomy, Genetically modified maize, Larva and PEST analysis. In his papers, Graham P. Head integrates diverse fields, such as Bacillus thuringiensis, Cry1Ac, Lepidoptera genitalia, Genetically modified crops, Fall armyworm and Veterinary medicine. Graham P. Head has included themes like Cry3Bb1, Helicoverpa zea and SmartStax in his Agronomy study.
The concepts of his Genetically modified maize study are interwoven with issues in Hybrid and Diatraea saccharalis. His research in Larva intersects with topics in Genotype, Insect, Bioassay and Horticulture. His studies deal with areas such as Pest control and Sowing as well as PEST analysis.
His primary areas of investigation include Bacillus thuringiensis, PEST analysis, Genetically modified maize, Crop and Horticulture. His studies in PEST analysis integrate themes in fields like Pest control, Genotype and Fecundity. His Genetically modified maize research incorporates themes from Bioassay and Agronomy, Resistance.
His work focuses on many connections between Agronomy and other disciplines, such as Helicoverpa zea, that overlap with his field of interest in Insect. His Horticulture study combines topics in areas such as Transgene, Lepidoptera genitalia and Larva. His work carried out in the field of Cry1Ac brings together such families of science as Helicoverpa armigera and Bt cotton.
His main research concerns Bacillus thuringiensis, PEST analysis, Genetically modified maize, Fall armyworm and Bioassay. You can notice a mix of various disciplines of study, such as Genetically modified crops, Pupa, Environmental planning and Integrated pest management, in his Bacillus thuringiensis studies. His study explores the link between PEST analysis and topics such as Insect that cross with problems in Midgut, Receptor and Biochemistry.
His Genetically modified maize research includes themes of Helicoverpa zea, Larva and Agronomy. His Agronomy and Sowing and Resistance investigations all form part of his Agronomy research activities. His study looks at the relationship between Bioassay and fields such as Horticulture, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
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Cry1F Resistance in Fall Armyworm Spodoptera frugiperda: Single Gene versus Pyramided Bt Maize
Fangneng Huang;Jawwad A. Qureshi;Robert L. Meagher;Dominic D. Reisig.
PLOS ONE (2014)
Major heretofore intractable biotic constraints to African food security that may be amenable to novel biotechnological solutions
Jonathan Gressel;Abdelhaq Hanafi;Graham Head;Wally Marasas.
Crop Protection (2004)
Cry1Ab protein levels in phytophagous insects feeding on transgenic corn: implications for secondary exposure risk assessment
Graham Head;Christopher R. Brown;Mark E. Groth;Jian J. Duan.
Entomologia Experimentalis Et Applicata (2001)
No Detection of Cry1Ac Protein in Soil After Multiple Years of Transgenic Bt Cotton (Bollgard) Use
Graham Head;James B. Surber;Jon A. Watson;John W. Martin.
Environmental Entomology (2002)
Field-evolved resistance to Cry1Ab maize by Spodoptera frugiperda in Brazil
Celso Omoto;Oderlei Bernardi;Eloisa Salmeron;Rodrigo J Sorgatto.
Pest Management Science (2016)
Control of Resistant Pink Bollworm (Pectinophora gossypiella) by Transgenic Cotton That Produces Bacillus thuringiensis Toxin Cry2Ab
Bruce E. Tabashnik;Timothy J. Dennehy;Maria A. Sims;Karen Larkin.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2002)
How Governmental Regulation Can Help or Hinder the Integration of Bt Crops within IPM Programs
Sharlene R. Matten;Graham P. Head;Hector D. Quemada.
Transgenic Bt potato and conventional insecticides for Colorado potato beetle management : comparative efficacy and non-target impacts
Gary L. Reed;Andrew S. Jensen;Jennifer Riebe;Graham Head.
Entomologia Experimentalis Et Applicata (2001)
A Multiyear, Large-Scale Comparison of Arthropod Populations on Commercially Managed Bt and Non-Bt Cotton Fields
G. Head;W. Moar;M. Eubanks;B. Freeman.
Environmental Entomology (2005)
Evaluation of dietary effects of transgenic corn pollen expressing Cry3Bb1 protein on a non-target ladybird beetle, Coleomegilla maculata
Jian J. Duan;Graham Head;Michael J. McKee;Thomas E. Nickson.
Entomologia Experimentalis Et Applicata (2002)
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