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Bt cotton in India •India is the largest cotton producer and consumer country after China. •In 2002 Bt cotton was introduced in India. •India has the largest hectarage of cotton and accounts for approximately one third of the total cotton are planted in the world. 19. •For 11th year Bt cotton was planted in India in 10.8 mil hectares .

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Bt cotton was created through the addition of genes encoding toxin crystals in the Cry group of endotoxin. When insects attack and eat the cotton plant the Cry toxins or crystal protein are dissolved due to the high pH level of the insect's stomach.

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Presentation Description. My very first power point presentation in my undergraduate degree for a biotechnology class. Bt Cotton is a very controversial topic in the AgScience communities and this was an attempt to understand the science behind it and possibly provide the viewers/attendees some answers for their questions.

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Bt cotton in India • India is the largest cotton producer and consumer country after China. • In 2002 Bt cotton was introduced in India. • India has the largest hectarage of cotton and accounts for approximately one third of the total cotton are planted in the world. • Cotton yield increased from 308kg/ha in 2001-02 to 550kg/ha in 2014 ...

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Transgenic Bt Cotton TRANSGENIC Bt COTTON 1. Introduction Cotton is one of the major fibre crops of global significance. It is cultivated in tropical and sub-tropical regions of more than eighty countries of world occupying nearly 33 m ha with an annual production of 19 to 20 million tones of bales. China, U.S.A., India, Pakistan, Uzbekistan,

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Area , Production and Productivity of Bt Cotton : Cotton area was on the decline in India because of frequent bollworm infestation and outbreaks. The area declined from an average of 87 lakh hectares upto 2001 to a meager 78 lakh hectares in 2002 and 2003. With the advent of Bt-cotton, the area increased to 121.91 lakh hectares in 2011.

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The cotton plants include Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt), a spore-forming bacteria that produces cry proteins. When insects eat these cotton plants, the cry proteins bond to cells inside the insect, disturbing the flow of potassium through the insect, eventually killing it. Bt cotton is produced by Monsanto and grown in India.

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Bt Cotton PowerPoint PPT Presentations. All Time. Show: Recommended. Sort by: How Organic Cotton And Ordinary Cotton Are Different - Organic cotton is not only used as a crop by itself but also in the production of garments. Organic clothing is processed from organic cotton itself and makes it the most superior form of clothing. ...

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1996 - Bt cotton was introduced into US agriculture. For cotton growers, there was a lot of pressure from pests before the introduction of Bt cotton in 1996. Farmers were losing much of their cotton to tobacco budworms, cotton bollworms, and pink bollworms.In 1995, attacks from these pests reduced U.S. cotton yields by over 4%, or by over a ...

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WideStrike and Bt cottons from other companies will eventually replace the original Bollgard technology. Is Bt cotton safe? Bt toxins are highly specific. The toxins produced by Bt cotton and corn are toxic to a select number of arthropod species. Because cotton is primarily a fiber crop, the contamination of food with toxins