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Document type
  • Journal article
GE organism
  • maize
GE trait
  • insect resistance
Country
  • Germany, Switzerland

Results

Equivalence
  • no effect
Safety for consumption
  • no effect

Effect of feeding cows genetically modified maize on the bacterial community in the bovine rumen Open Access

Wiedemann, S; Gürtler, P; Albrecht, C
Applied and Environmental Microbiology . 2007 December . 73(24):8012-7

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PMID: 17933942 DOI: 10.1128/AEM.01060-06 ISSN: 0099-2240

Abstract

Rumen-cannulated cows (n = 4) were fed successively silage made from either conventional or genetically modified (GM) maize. Results revealed no effects of GM maize on the dynamics of six ruminal bacterial strains (investigated by real-time PCR) compared to the conventional maize silage.

Keywords

cow; bovine; microbiome; bacteria; flora; silage; corn

Funding

Funding source
  • German Federal Ministry of Research and Technology
Funding country
  • Germany
Funding type
  • government

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MLA

Wiedemann, S, P Gürtler, C Albrecht. "Effect of feeding cows genetically modified maize on the bacterial community in the bovine rumen ." Applied and Environmental Microbiology 73.24 (2007): 8012-7 . Web. 21 Nov. 2018.

APA

Wiedemann, S., Gürtler, P., & Albrecht, C. (2007). Effect of feeding cows genetically modified maize on the bacterial community in the bovine rumen . Applied and Environmental Microbiology , 73(24), 8012-7 . doi:10.1128/AEM.01060-06

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