Assessing the risk posed to free-living soil nematodes by a genetically modified maize expressing the insecticidal Cry3Bb1 protein

Höss S, Nguyen H, Menzel R, Pagel-Wieder S, Miethling-Graf R, Tebbe CC, Jehle J, Traunspurger W (2011)
Science of the Total Environment 409(13): 2674-2684.

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Höss S, Nguyen H, Menzel R, et al. Assessing the risk posed to free-living soil nematodes by a genetically modified maize expressing the insecticidal Cry3Bb1 protein. Science of the Total Environment. 2011;409(13):2674-2684.
Höss, S., Nguyen, H., Menzel, R., Pagel-Wieder, S., Miethling-Graf, R., Tebbe, C. C., Jehle, J., et al. (2011). Assessing the risk posed to free-living soil nematodes by a genetically modified maize expressing the insecticidal Cry3Bb1 protein. Science of the Total Environment, 409(13), 2674-2684. doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2011.03.041
Höss, S., Nguyen, H., Menzel, R., Pagel-Wieder, S., Miethling-Graf, R., Tebbe, C. C., Jehle, J., and Traunspurger, W. (2011). Assessing the risk posed to free-living soil nematodes by a genetically modified maize expressing the insecticidal Cry3Bb1 protein. Science of the Total Environment 409, 2674-2684.
Höss, S., et al., 2011. Assessing the risk posed to free-living soil nematodes by a genetically modified maize expressing the insecticidal Cry3Bb1 protein. Science of the Total Environment, 409(13), p 2674-2684.
S. Höss, et al., “Assessing the risk posed to free-living soil nematodes by a genetically modified maize expressing the insecticidal Cry3Bb1 protein”, Science of the Total Environment, vol. 409, 2011, pp. 2674-2684.
Höss, S., Nguyen, H., Menzel, R., Pagel-Wieder, S., Miethling-Graf, R., Tebbe, C.C., Jehle, J., Traunspurger, W.: Assessing the risk posed to free-living soil nematodes by a genetically modified maize expressing the insecticidal Cry3Bb1 protein. Science of the Total Environment. 409, 2674-2684 (2011).
Höss, S., Nguyen, H., Menzel, R., Pagel-Wieder, S., Miethling-Graf, R., Tebbe, C. C., Jehle, J., and Traunspurger, Walter. “Assessing the risk posed to free-living soil nematodes by a genetically modified maize expressing the insecticidal Cry3Bb1 protein”. Science of the Total Environment 409.13 (2011): 2674-2684.

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