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    Title: 抗輪點病毒(PRSV)基因轉殖木瓜對環境中昆蟲及螨類影響之評估
    Authors: 林俊義;Lin, Chien-Yih
    Contributors: 生物科技學系
    Keywords: 基因轉殖木瓜;抗輪點病毒;蟲害;昆蟲相;transgenic papaya;papaya ring spot virus resistant;environmental safety assessment;insect;mite
    Date: 2007
    Issue Date: 2012-11-23 17:08:29 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Evaluation of impacts of the transgenic (PRSV) resistant papaya to environmental insects and mites
    were conducted at the isolated net house and the isolated field at ARI from May 2002 to November 2003.
    Species of pest insects and natural enemies and population fluctuations of the main pests on papaya were
    surveyed. Species of insects and mites occurred on transgenic and control papayas were the same. These
    included aphis gossypii, Bemisia argentiflii, Anoidiella inornata, Aleurodicus dispersus, Pieris rape
    crucivora, Spodoptera litura, Illeis koebelei, Stethorus sp., Tetranychus kanzawai, and Amblyseius ovalis.
    Of them, T. kanzawai was the most common pest. The population fluctuations of this mite on both
    transgenic and non-transgenic papayas were similar. Other possible impacts discussed included the
    impacts on insect-pollinators, conserved or threatened insects, soil insects and birds. It is concluded that
    the risk of the transgenic papaya to insects, mites and birds in environments were very low.
    Relation: 台灣農業研究
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