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Toxina Bt em Milho Transgênico Fulmina Biodiversidade

Por Luis R. Miranda The Real Agenda 05 de março de 2012 Um novo estudo Suíço confirma mais uma vez que o Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt), um pesticida produzido pelos prejudiciais organismos geneticamente modificados (GM), está acabando com espécies que não são alvo da toxina. Publicado no periódico Environmental Science na Europa, o estudo revela que as larvas de joaninha (Adalia bipunctata L.) expostas à toxina Bt têm uma taxa ...Read full article...

Toxina Bt en Maíz Transgénico Fulmina Biodiversidad

Por Luis R. Miranda The Real Agenda 05 de marzo 2012 Un nuevo estudio Suizo confirma una vez más que el Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt), el pesticida producido por los nefastos organismos genéticamente modificados (GM), está perjudicando a las especies no objetivo. Publicado en la revista Ciencias del Medio Ambiente de Europa, el estudio revela que las larvas de mariquitas (Adalia bipunctata L.) expuestas a la toxina Bt presentan una ...Read full article...

Bt toxin in GM crops kills non-target species

by Ethan A. Huff Natural News March 5, 2012 A new study out of Switzerland confirms once again that Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) toxin, the nefarious pesticide produced by certain genetically-modified (GM) crops, is harming non-target species. Published in the journal Environmental Sciences Europe, the study reveals that two-spotted ladybird (Adalia bipunctata L.) larvae exposed to Bt toxin experience a much higher mortality rate than those not exposed (1). Contrary ...Read full article...

The Shocking Reality About GMOs

by Dave Opiyo AllAfrica.com July 12, 2011 The spectre of people developing new and strange allergies, indigenous seeds losing their genetic codes and disappearing altogether, farmers making bumper harvests — or no harvests at all — is in the air. Two weeks ago on July 1, Kenya became the fourth African nation to permit imports of GMO crops, joining South Africa, Egypt and Burkina Faso. Supporters of the move ...Read full article...