Title:
USE OF NEONICOTINOIDS IN PEST CONTROL
Kind Code:
A1


Abstract:
There is now described a method of controlling pests with nitroimino- or nitroguanidino-compounds; more specifically a method of controlling pests in and on transgenic crops of useful plants, such as, for example, in crops of maize, cereals, soya beans, tomatoes, cotton, potatoes, rice and mustard, with a nitroimino- or nitroguanidino-compound, especially with thiamethoxam, characterized in that a pesticidal composition comprising a nitroimino- or nitroguanidino-compound in free form or in agrochemically useful salt form and at least one auxiliary is applied to the pests or their environment, in particular to the crop plant itself;



Inventors:
Lee, Bruce (Bad Krozingen, DE)
Sutter, Marius (Binningen, CH)
Buholzer, Hubert (Binningen, CH)
Application Number:
11/456939
Publication Date:
11/16/2006
Filing Date:
07/12/2006
Assignee:
SYNGENTA CROP PROTECTION, INC. (Greensboro, NC, US)
Primary Class:
Other Classes:
514/357
International Classes:
A01N43/40; A01N33/26; A01N47/40; A01N51/00
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Primary Examiner:
PRYOR, ALTON NATHANIEL
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Syngenta Crop Protection LLC (Research Triangle Park, NC, US)
Claims:
1. 1-7. (canceled)

8. A method of controlling pests in crops of transgenic useful plants comprising the application of thiacloprid, in free form or in agrochemically useful salt form as active ingredient and at least one auxiliary to the pests, the transgenic plant or propagation material thereof.

9. The method of claim 8 where the transgenic useful plant contains one or more genes which encode insectidical resistance and express one or more active toxins.

10. The method of claim 9 wherein the active toxin expressed by the transgenic plant is selected from Bacillus cereus proteins, Bacillus poplia proteins, Bacillus thuringiensis endotoxins(B.t.), insecticidal proteins of bateria colonising nematodes, proteinase inhibitors, ribosome inactivating proteins, plant lectins, animal toxins, and steroid metabolism enzymes.

11. The method of claim 9 wherein the active toxin expressed by the transgenic plant is selected from CryIA(a), CryIA(b), CryIA(c), Cry IIA, CryIIIA, CryIIIB2, CytA, VIP3, GL, PL, XN, Plnh., Plec., Aggl., CO, CH, SS, and HO.

12. The method of claim 8 where the crops of transgenic useful plants are selected from rice, potatoes, brassica, tomatoes, cucurbits, soybeans, maize, wheat, bananas, citrus trees, pome fruit trees and peppers.

13. The method of claim 8 wherein thiacloprid is applied to the transgenic useful plant.

14. The method of claim 8 wherein thiacloprid is applied to the propagation material of the transgenic useful plant.

15. The method of claim 14 wherein the propagation material is seed.

Description:

The present invention relates to a method of controlling pests with a nitroimino- or nitroguanidino-compound, especially thiamethoxam; more specifically to a novel method of controlling pests in and on transgenic crops of useful plants with a nitroimino- or nitroguanidino-compound.

Certain pest control methods are proposed in the literature. However, these methods are not fully satisfactory in the field of pest control, which is why there is a demand for providing further methods for controlling and combating pests, in particular insects and representatives of the order Acarina, or for protecting plants, especially crop plants. This object is achieved according to the invention by providing the present method.

The present invention therefore relates to a method of controlling pests in crops of transgenic useful plants, such as, for example, in crops of maize, cereals, soya beans, tomatoes, cotton, potatoes, rice and mustard, characterized in that a pesticidal composition comprising a nitroimino- or nitroguanidino-compound, especially thiamethoxam, imidacloprid, Ti-435 or thiacloprid in free form or in agrochemically useful salt form and at least one auxiliary is applied to the pests or their environment, in particular to the crop plant itself; to the use of the composition in question and to propagation material of transgenic plants which has been treated with it.

Surprisingly, it has now emerged that the use of a nitroimino- or nitroguanidino-compound compound for controlling pests on transgenic useful plants which contain —for instance —one or more genes expressing a pesticidally, particularly insecticidally, acaricidally, nematocidally or fugicidally active ingredient, or which are tolerant against herbicides or resistent against the attack of fungi, has a synergistic effect. It is highly surprising that the use of a nitroimino- or nitroguanidino-compound in combination with a transgenic plant exceeds the additive effect, to be expected in principle, on the pests to be controlled and thus extends the range of action of the nitroimino- or nitroguanidino-compound and of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant in particular in two respects:

In particular, it has been found, surprisingly, that within the scope of invention the pesticidal activity of a nitroimino- or nitroguanidino-compound in combination with the effect expressed by the transgenic useful plant, is not only additive in comparison with the pesticidal activities of the nitroimino- or nitroguanidino-compound alone and of the transgenic crop plant alone, as can generally be expected, but that a synergistic effect is present. The term “synergistic”, however, is in no way to be understood in this connection as being restricted to the pesticidal activity, but the term also refers to other advantageous properties of the method according to the invention compared with the nitroimino- or nitroguanidino-compound and the transgenic useful plant alone. Examples of such advantageous properties which may be mentioned are: extension of the pesticidal spectrum of action to other pests, for example to resistant strains; reduction in the application rate of the nitroimino- or nitroguanidino-compound, or sufficient control of the pests with the aid of the compositions according to the invention even at an application rate of the nitroimino- or nitroguanidino-compound alone and the transgenic useful plant alone are entirely ineffective; enhanced crop safety; improved quality of produce such as higher content of nutrient or oil, better fiber quality, enhanced shelf life, reduced content of toxic products such as mycotoxins, reduced content of residues or unfavorable constituents of any kind or better digestability; improved tolerance to unfavorable temperatures, draughts or salt content of water; enhanced assimilation rates such as nutrient uptake, water uptake and photosynthesis; favorable crop properties such as altered leaf aerea, reduced vegetative growth, increased yields, favorable seed shape/seed thickness or germination properties, altered colonialisation by saprophytes or epiphytes, reduction of senescense, improved phytoalexin production, improved of accelerated ripening, flower set increase, reduced boll fall and shattering, better attraction to beneficials and predators, increased pollination, reduced attraction to birds; or other advantages known to those skilled in the art.

Nitroimino- and nitroguanidino-compounds, such as thiamethoxam (5-(2-Chlorthiazol-5-ylmethyl)-3-methyl-4-nitroimino-perhydro-1,3,5-oxadiazin), are known from EP-A-0'580'553. Within the scope of invention thiamethoxam is preferred.

Also preferred within the scope of invention is imidacloprid of the formula embedded image
known from The Pesticide Manual, 10th Ed. (1991), The British Crop Protection Council, London, page 591; also preferred is Thiacloprid of the formula embedded image
known from EP-A-235'725;
also preferred is the compound of the formula embedded image
known as
Ti-435 (Clothiamidin) from EP-A-376'279

The agrochemically compatible salts of the nitroimino- or nitroguanidino-compounds are, for example, acid addition salts of inorganic and organic acids, in particular of hydrochloric acid, hydrobromic acid, sulfuric acid, nitric acid, perchloric acid, phosphoric acid, formic acid, acetic acid, trifluoroacetic acid, oxalic acid, malonic acid, toluenesulfonic acid or benzoic acid. Preferred within the scope of the present invention is a composition known per se which comprises, as active ingredient, thiamethoxam and imidacloprid, each in the free form, especially thiamethoxam.

The transgenic plants used according to the invention are plants, or propagation material thereof, which are transformed by means of recombinant DNA technology in such a way that they are—for instance—capable of synthesizing selectively acting toxins as are known, for example, from toxin-producinginvertebrates, especially of the phylum Arthropoda, as can be obtained from Bacillus thuringiensis strains; or as are known from plants, such as lectins; or in the alternative capable of expressing a herbicidal or fungicidal resistance. Examples of such toxins, or transgenic plants which are capable of synthesizing such toxins, have been disclosed, for example, in EP-A-0 374 753, WO 93/07278, WO 95/34656, EP-A-0 427 529 and EP-A-451 878 and are incorporated by reference in the present application.

The methods for generating such transgenic plants are widely known to those skilled in the art and described, for example, in the publications mentioned above.

The toxins which can be expressed by such transgenic plants include, for example, toxins, such as proteins which have insecticidal properties and which are expressed by transgenic plants, for example Bacillus cereus proteins or Bacillus popliae proteins; or Bacillus thuringiensis endotoxins (B.t.), such as CrylIA(a), CryIA(b), CryIA(c), CryIIA, CryIIIA, CrylIIIB2 or CytA; VIP1; VIP2; VIP3; or insecticidal proteins of bacteria colonising nematodes like Photorhabdus spp or Xenorhabdus spp such as Photorhabdus luminescens, Xenorhabdus nematophilus etc.; proteinase inhibitors, such as trypsin inhibitors, serine protease inhibitors, patatin, cystatin, papain inhibitors; ribosome-inactivating proteins (RIP), such as ricin, maize RIP, abrin, luffin, saporin or bryodin; plant lectins such as pea lectins, barley lectins or snowdrop lectins; or agglutinins; toxins produced by animals, such as scorpion toxins, spider venoms, wasp venoms and other insect-specific neurotoxins; steroid metabolism enzymes, such as 3-hydroxysteroid oxidase, ecdysteroid UDP-glycosyl transferase, cholesterol oxidases, ecdysone inhibitors, HMG-COAreductase, ion channel blockers such as sodium and calcium, juvenile hormone esterase, diuretic hormone receptors, stilbene synthase, bibenzyl synthase, chitinases and glucanases.

Examples of known transgenic plants which comprise one or more genes which encode insecticidal resistance and express one or more toxins are the following: KnockOut® (maize), YieldGard® (maize); NuCOTN 33B® (cotton), Bollgard® (cotton), NewLeaf® (potatoes), NatureGard® and Protecta®.

The following tables comprise further examples of targets and principles and crop phenotypes of transgenic crops which show tolerance against pests mainly insects, mites, nematodes, virus, bacteria and diseases or are tolerant to specific herbicides or classes of herbicides.

TABLE A1
Crop: Maize
Effected target or expressed principle(s)Crop phenotype/Tolerance to
Acetolactate synthase (ALS)Sulfonylureas, Imidazolinones,
Triazolopyrimidines,
Pyrimidyloxybenzoates, Phtalides
AcetylCoA Carboxylase (ACCase)Aryloxyphenoxyalkanecarboxylic acids,
cyclohexanediones
Hydroxyphenylpyruvate dioxygenase (HPPD)Isoxazoles such as Isoxaflutol or
Isoxachlortol, Triones such as
mesotrione or sulcotrione
Phosphinothricin acetyl transferasePhosphinothricin
O-Methyl transferasealtered lignin levels
Glutamine synthetaseGlufosinate, Bialaphos
Adenylosuccinate Lyase (ADSL)Inhibitors of IMP and AMP synthesis
Adenylosuccinate SynthaseInhibitors of adenylosuccinate synthesis
Anthranilate SynthaseInhibitors of tryptophan synthesis and
catabolism
Nitrilase3,5-dihalo-4-hydroxy-benzonitriles such
as Bromoxynil and loxinyl
5-Enolpyruvyl-3phosphoshikimateGlyphosate or sulfosate
Synthase (EPSPS)
Glyphosate oxidoreductaseGlyphosate or sulfosate
Protoporphyrinogen oxidase (PROTOX)Diphenylethers, cyclic imides,
phenylpyrazoles, pyridin derivatives,
phenopylate, oxadiazoles etc.
Cytochrome P450 eg. P450 SU1Xenobiotics and herbicides such as
Sulfonylureas
Dimboa biosynthesis (Bx1 gene)Helminthosporium turcicum,
Rhopalosiphum maydis, Diplodia maydis,
Ostrinia nubilalis, lepidoptera sp.
CMIII (small basic maize seed peptideplant pathogenes eg. fusarium,
alternaria, sclerotina
Corn-SAFP (zeamatin)plant pathogenes eg. fusarium,
alternaria, sclerotina, rhizoctonia,
chaetomium, phycomyces
Hm1 geneCochliobulus
Chitinasesplant pathogenes
Glucanasesplant pathogenes
Coat proteinsviruses such as maize dwarf mosaic
virus, maize chlorotic dwarf virus
Bacillus thuringiensis toxins, VIP 3,lepidoptera, coleoptera, diptera,
Bacillus cereus toxins, Photorabdus andnematodes, eg. ostrinia nubilalis,
Xenorhabdus toxinsheliothis zea, armyworms eg. spodoptera
frugiperda, corn rootworms, sesamia sp.,
black cutworm, asian corn borer, weevils
3-Hydroxysteroid oxidaselepidoptera, coleoptera, diptera,
nematodes, eg. ostrinia nubilalis,
heliothis zea, armyworms eg. spodoptera
frugiperda, corn rootworms, sesamia sp.,
black cutworm, asian corn borer, weevils
Peroxidaselepidoptera, coleoptera, diptera,
nematodes, eg. ostrinia nubilalis,
heliothis zea, armyworms eg. spodoptera
frugiperda, corn rootworms, sesamia sp.,
black cutworm, asian corn borer, weevils
Aminopeptidase inhibitors eg. Leucinelepidoptera, coleoptera, diptera,
aminopeptidase inhibitor (LAPI)nematodes, eg. ostrinia nubilalis,
heliothis zea, armyworms eg. spodoptera
frugiperda, corn rootworms, sesamia sp.,
black cutworm, asian corn borer, weevils
Limonene synthasecorn rootworms
Lectineslepidoptera, coleoptera, diptera,
nematodes, eg. ostrinia nubilalis,
heliothis zea, armyworms eg. spodoptera
frugiperda, corn rootworms, sesamia sp.,
black cutworm, asian corn borer, weevils
Protease Inhibitors eg. cystatin, patatin,weevils, corn rootworm
virgiferin, CPTI
ribosome inactivating proteinlepidoptera, coleoptera, diptera,
nematodes, eg. ostrinia nubilalis,
heliothis zea, armyworms eg. spodoptera
frugiperda, corn rootworms, sesamia sp.,
black cutworm, asian corn borer, weevils
maize 5C9 polypeptidelepidoptera, coleoptera, diptera,
nematodes, eg. ostrinia nubilalis,
heliothis zea, armyworms eg. spodoptera
frugiperda, corn rootworms, sesamia sp.,
black cutworm, asian corn borer, weevils
HMG-CoA reductaselepidoptera, coleoptera, diptera,
nematodes, eg. ostrinia nubilalis,
heliothis zea, armyworms eg. spodoptera
frugiperda, corn rootworms, sesamia sp.,
black cutworm, asian corn borer, weevils

TABLE A2
Crop Wheat
Effected target or expressed principle(s)Crop phenotype/Tolerance to
Acetolactate synthase (ALS)Sulfonylureas, Imidazolinones,
Triazolopyrimidines,
Pyrimidyloxybenzoates, Phtalides
AcetylCoA Carboxylase (ACCase)Aryloxyphenoxyalkanecarboxylic acids,
cyclohexanediones
Hydroxyphenylpyruvate dioxygenase (HPPD)Isoxazoles such as Isoxaflutol or
Isoxachlortol, Triones such as
mesotrione or sulcotrione
Phosphinothricin acetyl transferasePhosphinothricin
O-Methyl transferasealtered lignin levels
Glutamine synthetaseGlufosinate, Bialaphos
Adenylosuccinate Lyase (ADSL)Inhibitors of IMP and AMP synthesis
Adenylosuccinate SynthaseInhibitors of adenylosuccinate synthesis
Anthranilate SynthaseInhibitors of tryptophan synthesis and
catabolism
Nitrilase3,5-dihalo-4-hydroxy-benzonitriles such
as Bromoxynil and loxinyl
5-Enolpyruvyl-3phosphoshikimateGlyphosate or sulfosate
Synthase (EPSPS)
Glyphosate oxidoreductaseGlyphosate or sulfosate
Protoporphyrinogen oxidase (PROTOX)Diphenylethers, cyclic imides,
phenylpyrazoles, pyridin derivatives,
phenopylate, oxadiazoles etc.
Cytochrome P450 eg. P450 SU1Xenobiotics and herbicides such as
Sulfonylureas
Antifungal polypeptide AlyAFPplant pathogenes eg septoria and
fusarioum
glucose oxidaseplant pathogenes eg. fusarium, septoria
pyrrolnitrin synthesis genesplant pathogenes eg. fusarium, septoria
serine/threonine kinasesplant pathogenes eg. fusarium, septoria
and other diseases
Hypersensitive response elicitingplant pathogenes eg. fusarium, septoria
polypeptideand other diseases
Systemic acquires resistance (SAR)viral, bacterial, fungal, nematodal
genespathogens
Chitinasesplant pathogenes
Glucanasesplant pathogenes
double stranded ribonucleaseviruses such as BYDV and MSMV
Coat proteinsviruses such as BYDV and MSMV
Bacillus thuringiensis toxins, VIP 3,lepidoptera, coleoptera, diptera,
Bacillus cereus toxins, Photorabdus andnematodes,
Xenorhabdus toxins
3-Hydroxysteroid oxidaselepidoptera, coleoptera, diptera,
nematodes,
Peroxidaselepidoptera, coleoptera, diptera,
nematodes,
Aminopeptidase inhibitors eg. Leucinelepidoptera, coleoptera, diptera,
aminopeptidase inhibitornematodes,
Lectineslepidoptera, coleoptera, diptera,
nematodes, aphids
Protease Inhibitors eg. cystatin, patatin,lepidoptera, coleoptera, diptera,
virgiferin, CPTInematodes, aphids
ribosome inactivating proteinlepidoptera, coleoptera, diptera,
nematodes, aphids
HMG-CoA reductaselepidoptera, coleoptera, diptera,
nematodes, eg. ostrinia nubilalis,
heliothis zea, armyworms eg. spodoptera
frugiperda, corn rootworms, sesamia sp.,
black cutworm, asian corn borer, weevils

TABLE A3
Crop Barley
Effected target or expressed principle(s)Crop phenotype/Tolerance to
Acetolactate synthase (ALS)Sulfonylureas, Imidazolinones,
Triazolopyrimidines,
Pyrimidyloxybenzoates, Phtalides
AcetylCoA Carboxylase (ACCase)Aryloxyphenoxyalkanecarboxylic acids,
cyclohexanediones
Hydroxyphenylpyruvate dioxygenase (HPPD)Isoxazoles such as Isoxaflutol or
Isoxachlortol, Triones such as
mesotrione or sulcotrione
Phosphinothricin acetyl transferasePhosphinothricin
O-Methyl transferasealtered lignin levels
Glutamine synthetaseGlufosinate, Bialaphos
Adenylosuccinate Lyase (ADSL)Inhibitors of IMP and AMP synthesis
Adenylosuccinate SynthaseInhibitors of adenylosuccinate synthesis
Anthranilate SynthaseInhibitors of tryptophan synthesis and
catabolism
Nitrilase3,5-dihalo-4-hydroxy-benzonitriles such as
Bromoxynil and Ioxinyl
5-Enolpyruvyl-3phosphoshikimateGlyphosate or sulfosate
Synthase (EPSPS)
Glyphosate oxidoreductaseGlyphosate or sulfosate
Protoporphyrinogen oxidase (PROTOX)Diphenylethers, cyclic imides,
phenylpyrazoles, pyridin derivatives,
phenopylate, oxadiazoles etc.
Cytochrome P450 eg. P450 SU1Xenobiotics and herbicides such as
Sulfonylureas
Antifungal polypeptide AlyAFPplant pathogenes eg septoria and
fusarioum
glucose oxidaseplant pathogenes eg. fusarium, septoria
pyrrolnitrin synthesis genesplant pathogenes eg. fusarium, septoria
serine/threonine kinasesplant pathogenes eg. fusarium, septoria
and other diseases
Hypersensitive response elicitingplant pathogenes eg. fusarium, septoria
polypeptideand other diseases
Systemic acquires resistance (SAR)viral, bacterial, fungal, nematodal
genespathogens
Chitinasesplant pathogenes
Glucanasesplant pathogenes
double stranded ribonucleaseviruses such as BYDV and MSMV
Coat proteinsviruses such as BYDV and MSMV
Bacillus thuringiensis toxins, VIP 3,lepidoptera, coleoptera, diptera,
Bacillus cereus toxins, Photorabdus andnematodes,
Xenorhabdus toxins
3-Hydroxysteroid oxidaselepidoptera, coleoptera, diptera,
nematodes,
Peroxidaselepidoptera, coleoptera, diptera,
nematodes,
Aminopeptidase inhibitors eg. Leucinelepidoptera, coleoptera, diptera,
aminopeptidase inhibitornematodes,
Lectineslepidoptera, coleoptera, diptera,
nematodes, aphids
Protease Inhibitors eg. cystatin, patatin,lepidoptera, coleoptera, diptera,
virgiferin, CPTInematodes, aphids
ribosome inactivating proteinlepidoptera, coleoptera, diptera,
nematodes, aphids
HMG-CoA reductaselepidoptera, coleoptera, diptera,
nematodes, aphids

TABLE A4
Crop Rice
Effected target or expressed principle(s)Crop phenotype/Tolerance to
Acetolactate synthase (ALS)Sulfonylureas, Imidazolinones,
Triazolopyrimidines,
Pyrimidyloxybenzoates, Phtalides
AcetylCoA Carboxylase (ACCase)Aryloxyphenoxyalkanecarboxylic acids,
cyclohexanediones
Hydroxyphenylpyruvate dioxygenase (HPPD)Isoxazoles such as Isoxaflutol or
Isoxachlortol, Triones such as
mesotrione or sulcotrione
Phosphinothricin acetyl transferasePhosphinothricin
O-Methyl transferasealtered lignin levels
Glutamine synthetaseGlufosinate, Bialaphos
Adenylosuccinate Lyase (ADSL)Inhibitors of IMP and AMP synthesis
Adenylosuccinate SynthaseInhibitors of adenylosuccinate synthesis
Anthranilate SynthaseInhibitors of tryptophan synthesis and
catabolism
Nitrilase3,5-dihalo-4-hydroxy-benzonitriles such
as Bromoxynil and Ioxinyl
5-Enolpyruvyl-3phosphoshikimateGlyphosate or sulfosate
Synthase (EPSPS)
Glyphosate oxidoreductaseGlyphosate or sulfosate
Protoporphyrinogen oxidase (PROTOX)Diphenylethers, cyclic imides,
phenylpyrazoles, pyridin derivatives,
phenopylate, oxadiazoles etc.
Cytochrome P450 eg. P450 SU1Xenobiotics and herbicides such as
Sulfonylureas
Antifungal polypeptide AlyAFPplant pathogenes
glucose oxidaseplant pathogenes
pyrrolnitrin synthesis genesplant pathogenes
serine/threonine kinasesplant pathogenes
Phenylalanine ammonia lyase (PAL)plant pathogenes eg bacterial leaf blight
and rice blast, inducible
phytoalexinsplant pathogenes eg bacterial leaf blight
and rice blast
B-1,3-glucanase antisenseplant pathogenes eg bacterial leaf blight
and rice blast
receptor kinaseplant pathogenes eg bacterial leaf blight
and rice blast
Hypersensitive response elicitingplant pathogenes
polypeptide
Systemic acquires resistance (SAR)viral, bacterial, fungal, nematodal
genespathogens
Chitinasesplant pathogenes eg bacterial leaf blight
and rice blast
Glucanasesplant pathogenes
double stranded ribonucleaseviruses such as BYDV and MSMV
Coat proteinsviruses such as BYDV and MSMV
Bacillus thuringiensis toxins, VIP 3,lepidoptera eg. stemborer, coleoptera eg
Bacillus cereus toxins, Photorabdus andrice water weevil, diptera, rice hoppers
Xenorhabdus toxinseg brown rice hopper
3-Hydroxysteroid oxidaselepidoptera eg. stemborer, coleoptera eg
rice water weevil, diptera, rice hoppers
eg brown rice hopper
Peroxidaselepidoptera eg. stemborer, coleoptera eg
rice water weevil, diptera, rice hoppers
eg brown rice hopper
Aminopeptidase inhibitors eg. Leucinelepidoptera eg. stemborer, coleoptera eg
aminopeptidase inhibitorrice water weevil, diptera, rice hoppers
eg brown rice hopper
Lectineslepidoptera eg. stemborer, coleoptera eg
rice water weevil, diptera, rice hoppers
eg brown rice hopper
Protease Inhibitors,lepidoptera eg. stemborer, coleoptera eg
rice water weevil, diptera, rice hoppers
eg brown rice hopper
ribosome inactivating proteinlepidoptera eg. stemborer, coleoptera eg
rice water weevil, diptera, rice hoppers
eg brown rice hopper
HMG-CoA reductaselepidoptera eg. stemborer, coleoptera eg
rice water weevil, diptera, rice hoppers
eg brown rice hopper

TABLE A5
Crop Soya
Effected target or expressed principle(s)Crop phenotype/Tolerance to
Acetolactate synthase (ALS)Sulfonylureas, Imidazolinones,
Triazolopyrimidines,
Pyrimidyloxybenzoates, Phtalides
AcetylCoA Carboxylase (ACCase)Aryloxyphenoxyalkanecarboxylic acids,
cyclohexanediones
Hydroxyphenylpyruvate dioxygenase (HPPD)Isoxazoles such as Isoxaflutol or
Isoxachlortol, Triones such as
mesotrione or sulcotrione
Phosphinothricin acetyl transferasePhosphinothricin
O-Methyl transferasealtered lignin levels
Glutamine synthetaseGlufosinate, Bialaphos
Adenylosuccinate Lyase (ADSL)Inhibitors of IMP and AMP synthesis
Adenylosuccinate SynthaseInhibitors of adenylosuccinate synthesis
Anthranilate SynthaseInhibitors of tryptophan synthesis and
catabolism
Nitrilase3,5-dihalo-4-hydroxy-benzonitriles such
as Bromoxynil and Ioxinyl
5-Enolpyruvyl-3phosphoshikimateGlyphosate or sulfosate
Synthase (EPSPS)
Glyphosate oxidoreductaseGlyphosate or sulfosate
Protoporphyrinogen oxidase (PROTOX)Diphenylethers, cyclic imides,
phenylpyrazoles, pyridin derivatives,
phenopylate, oxadiazoles etc.
Cytochrome P450 eg. P450 SU1 orXenobiotics and herbicides such as
selectionSulfonylureas
Antifungal polypeptide AlyAFPbacterial and fungal pathogens such as
fusarium, sclerotinia, stemrot
oxalate oxidasebacterial and fungal pathogens such as
fusarium, sclerotinia, stemrot
glucose oxidasebacterial and fungal pathogens such as
fusarium, sclerotinia, stemrot
pyrrolnitrin synthesis genesbacterial and fungal pathogens such as
fusarium, sclerotinia, stemrot
serine/threonine kinasesbacterial and fungal pathogens such as
fusarium, sclerotinia, stemrot
Phenylalanine ammonia lyase (PAL)bacterial and fungal pathogens such as
fusarium, sclerotinia, stemrot
phytoalexinsplant pathogenes eg bacterial leaf blight
and rice blast
B-1,3-glucanase antisenseplant pathogenes eg bacterial leaf blight
and rice blast
receptor kinasebacterial and fungal pathogens such as
fusarium, sclerotinia, stemrot
Hypersensitive response elicitingplant pathogenes
polypeptide
Systemic acquires resistance (SAR)viral, bacterial, fungal, nematodal
genespathogens
Chitinasesbacterial and fungal pathogens such as
fusarium, sclerotinia, stemrot
Glucanasesbacterial and fungal pathogens such as
fusarium, sclerotinia, stemrot
double stranded ribonucleaseviruses such as BPMV and SbMV
Coat proteinsviruses such as BYDV and MSMV
Bacillus thuringiensis toxins, VIP 3,lepidoptera, coleoptera, aphids
Bacillus cereus toxins, Photorabdus and
Xenorhabdus toxins
3-Hydroxysteroid oxidaselepidoptera, coleoptera, aphids
Peroxidaselepidoptera, coleoptera, aphids
Aminopeptidase inhibitors eg. Leucinelepidoptera, coleoptera, aphids
aminopeptidase inhibitor
Lectineslepidoptera, coleoptera, aphids
Protease Inhibitors eg virgiferinlepidoptera, coleoptera, aphids
ribosome inactivating proteinlepidoptera, coleoptera, aphids
HMG-CoA reductaselepidoptera, coleoptera, aphids
Barnasenematodes eg root knot nematodes and
cyst nematodes
Cyst nematode hatching stimuluscyst nematodes
Antifeeding principlesnematodes eg root knot nematodes and
cyst nematodes

TABLE A6
Crop Potatoes
Effected target or expressed principle(s)Crop phenotype/Tolerance to
Acetolactate synthase (ALS)Sulfonylureas, Imidazolinones,
Triazolopyrimidines,
Pyrimidyloxybenzoates, Phtalides
AcetylCoA Carboxylase (ACCase)Aryloxyphenoxyalkanecarboxylic acids,
cyclohexanediones
Hydroxyphenylpyruvate dioxygenase (HPPD)Isoxazoles such as Isoxaflutol or
Isoxachlortol, Triones such as
mesotrione or sulcotrione
Phosphinothricin acetyl transferasePhosphinothricin
O-Methyl transferasealtered lignin levels
Glutamine synthetaseGlufosinate, Bialaphos
Adenylosuccinate Lyase (ADSL)Inhibitors of IMP and AMP synthesis
Adenylosuccinate SynthaseInhibitors of adenylosuccinate synthesis
Anthranilate SynthaseInhibitors of tryptophan synthesis and
catabolism
Nitrilase3,5-dihalo-4-hydroxy-benzonitriles such
as Bromoxynil and loxinyl
5-Enolpyruvyl-3phosphoshikimateGlyphosate or sulfosate
Synthase (EPSPS)
Glyphosate oxidoreductaseGlyphosate or sulfosate
Protoporphyrinogen oxidase (PROTOX)Diphenylethers, cyclic imides,
phenylpyrazoles, pyridin derivatives,
phenopylate, oxadiazoles etc.
Cytochrome P450 eg. P450 SU1 orXenobiotics and herbicides such as
selectionSulfonylureas
Polyphenol oxidase or Polyphenolblackspot bruise
oxidase antisense
Metallothioneinbacterial and fungal pathogens such as
phytophtora
RibonucleasePhytophtora, Verticillium, Rhizoctonia
Antifungal polypeptide AlyAFPbacterial and fungal pathogens such as
phytophtora
oxalate oxidasebacterial and fungal pathogens such as
Phytophtora, Verticillium, Rhizoctonia
glucose oxidasebacterial and fungal pathogens such as
Phytophtora, Verticillium, Rhizoctonia
pyrrolnitrin synthesis genesbacterial and fungal pathogens such as
Phytophtora, Verticillium, Rhizoctonia
serine/threonine kinasesbacterial and fungal pathogens such as
Phytophtora, Verticillium, Rhizoctonia
Cecropin Bbacteria such as corynebacterium
sepedonicum, Erwinia carotovora
Phenylalanine ammonia lyase (PAL)bacterial and fungal pathogens such as
Phytophtora, Verticillium, Rhizoctonia
phytoalexinsbacterial and fungal pathogens such as
Phytophtora, Verticillium, Rhizoctonia
B-1,3-glucanase antisensebacterial and fungal pathogens such as
Phytophtora, Verticillium, Rhizoctonia
receptor kinasebacterial and fungal pathogens such as
Phytophtora, Verticillium, Rhizoctonia
Hypersensitive response elicitingbacterial and fungal pathogens such as
polypeptidePhytophtora, Verticillium, Rhizoctonia
Systemic acquires resistance (SAR)viral, bacterial, fungal, nematodal
genespathogens
Chitinasesbacterial and fungal pathogens such as
Phytophtora, Verticillium, Rhizoctonia
Barnasebacterial and fungal pathogens such as
Phytophtora, Verticillium,
Rhizoctonia
Disease resistance response gene 49bacterial and fungal pathogens such as
Phytophtora, Verticillium,
Rhizoctonia
trans aldolase antisenseblackspots
Glucanasesbacterial and fungal pathogens such as
Phytophtora, Verticillium, Rhizoctonia
double stranded ribonucleaseviruses such as PLRV, PVY and TRV
Coat proteinsviruses such as PLRV, PVY and TRV
17 kDa or 60 kDa proteinviruses such as PLRV, PVY and TRV
Nuclear inclusion proteins eg. a or bviruses such as PLRV, PVY and TRV
Pseudoubiquitinviruses such as PLRV, PVY and TRV
Replicaseviruses such as PLRV, PVY and TRV
Bacillus thuringiensis toxins, VIP 3,coleoptera eg colorado potato beetle,
Bacillus cereus toxins, Photorabdus andaphids
Xenorhabdus toxins
3-Hydroxysteroid oxidasecoleoptera eg colorado potato beetle,
aphids
Peroxidasecoleoptera eg colorado potato beetle,
aphids
Aminopeptidase inhibitors eg. Leucinecoleoptera eg colorado potato beetle,
aminopeptidase inhibitoraphids
stilbene synthasecoleoptera eg colorado potato beetle,
aphids
Lectinescoleoptera eg colorado potato beetle,
aphids
Protease Inhibitors eg cystatin, patatincoleoptera eg colorado potato beetle,
aphids
ribosome inactivating proteincoleoptera eg colorado potato beetle,
aphids
HMG-CoA reductasecoleoptera eg colorado potato beetle,
aphids
Cyst nematode hatching stimuluscyst nematodes
Barnasenematodes eg root knot nematodes and
cyst nematodes
Antifeeding principlesnematodes eg root knot nematodes and
cyst nematodes

TABLE A7
Crop Tomatoes
Effected target or expressed principle(s)Crop phenotype/Tolerance to
Acetolactate synthase (ALS)Sulfonylureas, Imidazolinones,
Triazolopyrimidines,
Pyrimidyloxybenzoates, Phtalides
AcetylCoA Carboxylase (ACCase)Aryloxyphenoxyalkanecarboxylic acids,
cyclohexanediones
Hydroxyphenylpyruvate dioxygenase (HPPD)Isoxazoles such as Isoxaflutol or
Isoxachlortol, Triones such as
mesotrione or sulcotrione
Phosphinothricin acetyl transferasePhosphinothricin
O-Methyl transferasealtered lignin levels
Glutamine synthetaseGlufosinate, Bialaphos
Adenylosuccinate Lyase (ADSL)Inhibitors of IMP and AMP synthesis
Adenylosuccinate SynthaseInhibitors of adenylosuccinate synthesis
Anthranilate SynthaseInhibitors of tryptophan synthesis and
catabolism
Nitrilase3,5-dihalo-4-hydroxy-benzonitriles such
as Bromoxynil and loxinyl
5-Enolpyruvyl-3phosphoshikimateGlyphosate or sulfosate
Synthase (EPSPS)
Glyphosate oxidoreductaseGlyphosate or sulfosate
Protoporphyrinogen oxidase (PROTOX)Diphenylethers, cyclic imides,
phenylpyrazoles, pyridin derivatives,
phenopylate, oxadiazoles etc.
Cytochrome P450 eg. P450 SU1 orXenobiotics and herbicides such as
selectionSulfonylureas
Polyphenol oxidase or Polyphenolblackspot bruise
oxidase antisense
Metallothioneinbacterial and fungal pathogens such as
Phytophtora
RibonucleasePhytophtora, Verticillium, Rhizoctonia
Antifungal polypeptide AlyAFPbacterial and fungal pathogens such as
bacterial speck, fusarium, soft rot,
powdery mildew, crown rot, leaf mould
etc.
oxalate oxidasebacterial and fungal pathogens such as
bacterial speck, fusarium, soft rot,
powdery mildew, crown rot, leaf mould
etc.
glucose oxidasebacterial and fungal pathogens such as
bacterial speck, fusarium, soft rot,
powdery mildew, crown rot, leaf mould
etc.
pyrrolnitrin synthesis genesbacterial and fungal pathogens such as
bacterial speck, fusarium, soft rot,
powdery mildew, crown rot, leaf mould
etc.
serine/threonine kinasesbacterial and fungal pathogens such as
bacterial speck, fusarium, soft rot,
powdery mildew, crown rot, leaf mould
etc.
Cecropin Bbacterial and fungal pathogens such as
bacterial speck, fusarium, soft rot,
powdery mildew, crown rot, leaf mould
etc.
Phenylalanine ammonia lyase (PAL)bacterial and fungal pathogens such as
bacterial speck, fusarium, soft rot,
powdery mildew, crown rot, leaf mould
etc.
Cf genes eg. Cf 9 Cf5 Cf4 Cf2leaf mould
Osmotinalternaria solani
Alpha Hordothioninbacteria
Systeminbacterial and fungal pathogens such as
bacterial speck, fusarium, soft rot,
powdery mildew, crown rot, leaf mould
etc.
Polygalacturonase inhibitorsbacterial and fungal pathogens such as
bacterial speck, fusarium, soft rot,
powdery mildew, crown rot, leaf mould
etc.
Prf regulatory genebacterial and fungal pathogens such as
bacterial speck, fusarium, soft rot,
powdery mildew, crown rot, leaf mould
etc.
I2 fusarium resistance locusfusarium
phytoalexinsbacterial and fungal pathogens such as
bacterial speck, fusarium, soft rot,
powdery mildew, crown rot, leaf mould
etc.
B-1,3-glucanase antisensebacterial and fungal pathogens such as
bacterial speck, fusarium, soft rot,
powdery mildew, crown rot, leaf mould
etc.
receptor kinasebacterial and fungal pathogens such as
bacterial speck, fusarium, soft rot,
powdery mildew, crown rot, leaf mould
etc.
Hypersensitive response elicitingbacterial and fungal pathogens such as
polypeptidebacterial speck, fusarium, soft rot,
powdery mildew, crown rot, leaf mould
etc.
Systemic acquires resistance (SAR)viral, bacterial, fungal, nematodal
genespathogens
Chitinasesbacterial and fungal pathogens such as
bacterial speck, fusarium, soft rot,
powdery mildew, crown rot, leaf mould
etc.
Barnasebacterial and fungal pathogens such as
bacterial speck, fusarium, soft rot,
powdery mildew, crown rot, leaf
mould etc.
Glucanasesbacterial and fungal pathogens such as
bacterial speck, fusarium, soft rot,
powdery mildew, crown rot, leaf mould
etc.
double stranded ribonucleaseviruses such as PLRV, PVY and ToMoV
Coat proteinsviruses such as PLRV, PVY and ToMoV
17 kDa or 60 kDa proteinviruses such as PLRV, PVY and ToMoV
Nuclear inclusion proteins eg. a or b orviruses such as PLRV, PVY and ToMoV
NucleoproteinTRV
Pseudoubiquitinviruses such as PLRV, PVY and ToMoV
Replicaseviruses such as PLRV, PVY and ToMoV
Bacillus thuringiensis toxins, VIP 3,lepidoptera eg heliothis, whiteflies aphids
Bacillus cereus toxins, Photorabdus and
Xenorhabdus toxins
3-Hydroxysteroid oxidaselepidoptera eg heliothis, whiteflies aphids
Peroxidaselepidoptera eg heliothis, whiteflies aphids
Aminopeptidase inhibitors eg. Leucinelepidoptera eg heliothis, whiteflies aphids
aminopeptidase inhibitor
Lectineslepidoptera eg heliothis, whiteflies aphids
Protease Inhibitors eg cystatin, patatinlepidoptera eg heliothis, whiteflies aphids
ribosome inactivating proteinlepidoptera eg heliothis, whiteflies aphids
stilbene synthaselepidoptera eg heliothis, whiteflies aphids
HMG-CoA reductaselepidoptera eg heliothis, whiteflies aphids
Cyst nematode hatching stimuluscyst nematodes
Barnasenematodes eg root knot nematodes and
cyst nematodes
Antifeeding principlesnematodes eg root knot nematodes and
cyst nematodes

TABLE A8
Crop Peppers
Effected target or expressed principle(s)Crop phenotype/Tolerance to
Acetolactate synthase (ALS)Sulfonylureas, Imidazolinones,
Triazolopyrimidines,
Pyrimidyloxybenzoates, Phtalides
AcetylCoA Carboxylase (ACCase)Aryloxyphenoxyalkanecarboxylic acids,
cyclohexanediones
Hydroxyphenylpyruvate dioxygenase (HPPD)Isoxazoles such as Isoxaflutol or
Isoxachlortol, Triones such as
mesotrione or sulcotrione
Phosphinothricin acetyl transferasePhosphinothricin
O-Methyl transferasealtered lignin levels
Glutamine synthetaseGlufosinate, Bialaphos
Adenylosuccinate Lyase (ADSL)Inhibitors of IMP and AMP synthesis
Adenylosuccinate SynthaseInhibitors of adenylosuccinate synthesis
Anthranilate SynthaseInhibitors of tryptophan synthesis and
catabolism
Nitrilase3,5-dihalo-4-hydroxy-benzonitriles such
as Bromoxynil and loxinyl
5-Enolpyruvyl-3phosphoshikimateGlyphosate or sulfosate
Synthase (EPSPS)
Glyphosate oxidoreductaseGlyphosate or sulfosate
Protoporphyrinogen oxidase (PROTOX)Diphenylethers, cyclic imides,
phenylpyrazoles, pyridin derivatives,
phenopylate, oxadiazoles etc.
Cytochrome P450 eg. P450 SU1 orXenobiotics and herbicides such as
selectionSulfonylureas
Polyphenol oxidase or Polyphenolbacterial and fungal pathogens
oxidase antisense
Metallothioneinbacterial and fungal pathogens
Ribonucleasebacterial and fungal pathogens
Antifungal polypeptide AlyAFPbacterial and fungal pathogens
oxalate oxidasebacterial and fungal pathogens
glucose oxidasebacterial and fungal pathogens
pyrrolnitrin synthesis genesbacterial and fungal pathogens
serine/threonine kinasesbacterial and fungal pathogens
Cecropin Bbacterial and fungal pathogens rot, leaf
mould etc.
Phenylalanine ammonia lyase (PAL)bacterial and fungal pathogens
Cf genes eg. Cf 9 Cf5 Cf4 Cf2bacterial and fungal pathogens
Osmotinbacterial and fungal pathogens
Alpha Hordothioninbacterial and fungal pathogens
Systeminbacterial and fungal pathogens
Polygalacturonase inhibitorsbacterial and fungal pathogens
Prf regulatory genebacterial and fungal pathogens
I2 Fusarium resistance locusfusarium
phytoalexinsbacterial and fungal pathogens
B-1,3-glucanase antisensebacterial and fungal pathogens
receptor kinasebacterial and fungal pathogens
Hypersensitive response elicitingbacterial and fungal pathogens
polypeptide
Systemic acquires resistance (SAR)viral, bacterial, fungal, nematodal
genespathogens
Chitinasesbacterial and fungal pathogens
Barnasebacterial and fungal pathogens
Glucanasesbacterial and fungal pathogens
double stranded ribonucleaseviruses such as CMV, TEV
Coat proteinsviruses such as CMV, TEV
17 kDa or 60 kDa proteinviruses such as CMV, TEV
Nuclear inclusion proteins eg. a or b orviruses such as CMV, TEV
Nucleoprotein
Pseudoubiquitinviruses such as CMV, TEV
Replicaseviruses such as CMV, TEV
Bacillus thuringiensis toxins, VIP 3,lepidoptera, whiteflies aphids
Bacillus cereus toxins, Photorabdus and
Xenorhabdus toxins
3-Hydroxysteroid oxidaselepidoptera, whiteflies aphids
Peroxidaselepidoptera, whiteflies aphids
Aminopeptidase inhibitors eg. Leucinelepidoptera, whiteflies aphids
aminopeptidase inhibitor
Lectineslepidoptera, whiteflies aphids
Protease Inhibitors eg cystatin, patatinlepidoptera, whiteflies aphids
ribosome inactivating proteinlepidoptera, whiteflies aphids
stilbene synthaselepidoptera, whiteflies aphids
HMG-CoA reductaselepidoptera, whiteflies aphids
Cyst nematode hatching stimuluscyst nematodes
Barnasenematodes eg root knot nematodes and
cyst nematodes
Antifeeding principlesnematodes eg root knot nematodes and
cyst nematodes

TABLE A9
Crop Grapes
Effected target or expressed principle(s)Crop phenotype/Tolerance to
Acetolactate synthase (ALS)Sulfonylureas, Imidazolinones,
Triazolopyrimidines,
Pyrimidyloxybenzoates, Phtalides
AcetylCoA Carboxylase (ACCase)Aryloxyphenoxyalkanecarboxylic acids,
cyclohexanediones
Hydroxyphenylpyruvate dioxygenase (HPPD)Isoxazoles such as Isoxaflutol or
Isoxachlortol, Triones such as
mesotrione or sulcotrione
Phosphinothricin acetyl transferasePhosphinothricin
O-Methyl transferasealtered lignin levels
Glutamine synthetaseGlufosinate, Bialaphos
Adenylosuccinate Lyase (ADSL)Inhibitors of IMP and AMP synthesis
Adenylosuccinate SynthaseInhibitors of adenylosuccinate synthesis
Anthranilate SynthaseInhibitors of tryptophan synthesis and
catabolism
Nitrilase3,5-dihalo-4-hydroxy-benzonitriles such
as Bromoxynil and loxinyl
5-Enolpyruvyl-3phosphoshikimateGlyphosate or sulfosate
Synthase (EPSPS)
Glyphosate oxidoreductaseGlyphosate or sulfosate
Protoporphyrinogen oxidase (PROTOX)Diphenylethers, cyclic imides,
phenylpyrazoles, pyridin derivatives,
phenopylate, oxadiazoles etc.
Cytochrome P450 eg. P450 SU1 orXenobiotics and herbicides such as
selectionSulfonylureas
Polyphenol oxidase or Polyphenolbacterial and fungal pathogens like
oxidase antisenseBotrytis and powdery mildew
Metallothioneinbacterial and fungal pathogens like
Botrytis and powdery mildew
Ribonucleasebacterial and fungal pathogens like
Botrytis and powdery mildew
Antifungal polypeptide AlyAFPbacterial and fungal pathogens like
Botrytis and powdery mildew
oxalate oxidasebacterial and fungal pathogens like
Botrytis and powdery mildew
glucose oxidasebacterial and fungal pathogens like
Botrytis and powdery mildew
pyrrolnitrin synthesis genesbacterial and fungal pathogens like
Botrytis and powdery mildew
serine/threonine kinasesbacterial and fungal pathogens like
Botrytis and powdery mildew
Cecropin Bbacterial and fungal pathogens like
Botrytis and powdery mildew
Phenylalanine ammonia lyase (PAL)bacterial and fungal pathogens like
Botrytis and powdery mildew
Cf genes eg. Cf 9 Cf5 Cf4 Cf2bacterial and fungal pathogens like
Botrytis and powdery mildew
Osmotinbacterial and fungal pathogens like
Botrytis and powdery mildew
Alpha Hordothioninbacterial and fungal pathogens like
Botrytis and powdery mildew
Systeminbacterial and fungal pathogens like
Botrytis and powdery mildew
Polygalacturonase inhibitorsbacterial and fungal pathogens like
Botrytis and powdery mildew
Prf regulatory genebacterial and fungal pathogens like
Botrytis and powdery mildew
phytoalexinsbacterial and fungal pathogens like
Botrytis and powdery mildew
B-1,3-glucanase antisensebacterial and fungal pathogens like
Botrytis and powdery mildew
receptor kinasebacterial and fungal pathogens like
Botrytis and powdery mildew
Hypersensitive response elicitingbacterial and fungal pathogens like
polypeptideBotrytis and powdery mildew
Systemic acquires resistance (SAR)viral, bacterial, fungal, nematodal
genespathogens
Chitinasesbacterial and fungal pathogens like
Botrytis and powdery mildew
Barnasebacterial and fungal pathogens like
Botrytis and powdery mildew
Glucanasesbacterial and fungal pathogens like
Botrytis and powdery mildew
double stranded ribonucleaseviruses
Coat proteinsviruses
17 kDa or 60 kDa proteinviruses
Nuclear inclusion proteins eg. a or b orviruses
Nucleoprotein
Pseudoubiquitinviruses
Replicaseviruses
Bacillus thuringiensis toxins, VIP 3,lepidoptera, aphids
Bacillus cereus toxins, Photorabdus and
Xenorhabdus toxins
3-Hydroxysteroid oxidaselepidoptera, aphids
Peroxidaselepidoptera, aphids
Aminopeptidase inhibitors eg. Leucinelepidoptera, aphids
aminopeptidase inhibitor
Lectineslepidoptera, aphids
Protease Inhibitors eg cystatin, patatinlepidoptera, aphids
ribosome inactivating proteinlepidoptera, aphids
stilbene synthaselepidoptera, aphids, diseases
HMG-CoA reductaselepidoptera, aphids
Cyst nematode hatching stimuluscyst nematodes
Barnasenematodes eg root knot nematodes and
cyst nematodes or general diseases
CBIroot knot nematodes
Antifeeding principlesnematodes eg root knot nematodes or
root cyst nematodes

TABLE A10
crop Oil Seed rape
Effected target or expressed principle(s)Crop phenotype/Tolerance to
Acetolactate synthase (ALS)Sulfonylureas, Imidazolinones,
Triazolopyrimidines,
Pyrimidyloxybenzoates, Phtalides
AcetylCoA Carboxylase (ACCase)Aryloxyphenoxyalkanecarboxylic acids,
cyclohexanediones
Hydroxyphenylpyruvate dioxygenase (HPPD)Isoxazoles such as Isoxaflutol or
Isoxachlortol, Triones such as
mesotrione or sulcotrione
Phosphinothricin acetyl transferasePhosphinothricin
O-Methyl transferasealtered lignin levels
Glutamine synthetaseGlufosinate, Bialaphos
Adenylosuccinate Lyase (ADSL)Inhibitors of IMP and AMP synthesis
Adenylosuccinate SynthaseInhibitors of adenylosuccinate synthesis
Anthranilate SynthaseInhibitors of tryptophan synthesis and
catabolism
Nitrilase3,5-dihalo-4-hydroxy-benzonitriles such
as Bromoxynil and loxinyl
5-Enolpyruvyl-3phosphoshikimateGlyphosate or sulfosate
Synthase (EPSPS)
Glyphosate oxidoreductaseGlyphosate or sulfosate
Protoporphyrinogen oxidase (PROTOX)Diphenylethers, cyclic imides,
phenylpyrazoles, pyridin derivatives,
phenopylate, oxadiazoles etc.
Cytochrome P450 eg. P450 SU1 orXenobiotics and herbicides such as
selectionSulfonylureas
Polyphenol oxidase or Polyphenolbacterial and fungal pathogens like
oxidase antisenseCylindrosporium, Phoma, Sclerotinia
Metallothioneinbacterial and fungal pathogens like
Cylindrosporium, Phoma, Sclerotinia
Ribonucleasebacterial and fungal pathogens like
Cylindrosporium, Phoma, Sclerotinia
Antifungal polypeptide AlyAFPbacterial and fungal pathogens like
Cylindrosporium, Phoma, Sclerotinia
oxalate oxidasebacterial and fungal pathogens like
Cylindrosporium, Phoma, Sclerotinia
glucose oxidasebacterial and fungal pathogens like
Cylindrosporium, Phoma, Sclerotinia
pyrrolnitrin synthesis genesbacterial and fungal pathogens like
Cylindrosporium, Phoma, Sclerotinia
serine/threonine kinasesbacterial and fungal pathogens like
Cylindrosporium, Phoma, Sclerotinia
Cecropin Bbacterial and fungal pathogens like
Cylindrosporium, Phoma, Sclerotinia
Phenylalanine ammonia lyase (PAL)bacterial and fungal pathogens like
Cylindrosporium, Phoma, Sclerotinia
Cf genes eg. Cf 9 Cf5 Cf4 Cf2bacterial and fungal pathogens like
Cylindrosporium, Phoma, Sclerotinia
Osmotinbacterial and fungal pathogens like
Cylindrosporium, Phoma, Sclerotinia
Alpha Hordothioninbacterial and fungal pathogens like
Cylindrosporium, Phoma, Sclerotinia
Systeminbacterial and fungal pathogens like
Cylindrosporium, Phoma, Sclerotinia
Polygalacturonase inhibitorsbacterial and fungal pathogens like
Cylindrosporium, Phoma, Sclerotinia
Prf regulatory genebacterial and fungal pathogens like
Cylindrosporium, Phoma, Sclerotinia
phytoalexinsbacterial and fungal pathogens like
Cylindrosporium, Phoma, Sclerotinia
B-1,3-glucanase antisensebacterial and fungal pathogens like
Cylindrosporium, Phoma, Sclerotinia
receptor kinasebacterial and fungal pathogens like
Cylindrosporium, Phoma, Sclerotinia
Hypersensitive response elicitingbacterial and fungal pathogens like
polypeptideCylindrosporium, Phoma, Sclerotinia
Systemic acquires resistance (SAR)viral, bacterial, fungal, nematodal
genespathogens
Chitinasesbacterial and fungal pathogens like
Cylindrosporium, Phoma, Sclerotinia
Barnasebacterial and fungal pathogens like
Cylindrosporium, Phoma,
Sclerotinia, nematodes
Glucanasesbacterial and fungal pathogens like
Cylindrosporium, Phoma, Sclerotinia
double stranded ribonucleaseviruses
Coat proteinsviruses
17 kDa or 60 kDa proteinviruses
Nuclear inclusion proteins eg. a or b orviruses
Nucleoprotein
Pseudoubiquitinviruses
Replicaseviruses
Bacillus thuringiensis toxins, VIP 3,lepidoptera, aphids
Bacillus cereus toxins, Photorabdus and
Xenorhabdus toxins
3-Hydroxysteroid oxidaselepidoptera, aphids
Peroxidaselepidoptera, aphids
Aminopeptidase inhibitors eg. Leucinelepidoptera, aphids
aminopeptidase inhibitor
Lectineslepidoptera, aphids
Protease Inhibitors eg cystatin, patatin,lepidoptera, aphids
CPTI
ribosome inactivating proteinlepidoptera, aphids
stilbene synthaselepidoptera, aphids, diseases
HMG-CoA reductaselepidoptera, aphids
Cyst nematode hatching stimuluscyst nematodes
Barnasenematodes eg root knot nematodes and
cyst nematodes
CBIroot knot nematodes
Antifeeding principles induced at anematodes eg root knot nematodes, root
nematode feeding sitecyst nematodes

TABLE A11
Crop Brassica vegetable (cabbage, brussel sprouts, broccoli etc.)
Effected target or expressed principle(s)Crop phenotype/Tolerance to
Acetolactate synthase (ALS)Sulfonylureas, Imidazolinones,
Triazolopyrimidines,
Pyrimidyloxybenzoates, Phtalides
AcetylCoA Carboxylase (ACCase)Aryloxyphenoxyalkanecarboxylic acids,
cyclohexanediones
Hydroxyphenylpyruvate dioxygenaseIsoxazoles such as Isoxaflutol or
(HPPD)Isoxachlortol, Triones such as
mesotrione or sulcotrione
Phosphinothricin acetyl transferasePhosphinothricin
O-Methyl transferasealtered lignin levels
Glutamine synthetaseGlufosinate, Bialaphos
Adenylosuccinate Lyase (ADSL)Inhibitors of IMP and AMP synthesis
Adenylosuccinate SynthaseInhibitors of adenylosuccinate synthesis
Anthranilate SynthaseInhibitors of tryptophan synthesis and catabolism
Nitrilase3,5-dihalo-4-hydroxy-benzonitriles such
as Bromoxynil and loxinyl
5-Enolpyruvyl-3phosphoshikimateGlyphosate or sulfosate
Synthase (EPSPS)
Glyphosate oxidoreductaseGlyphosate or sulfosate
Protoporphyrinogen oxidase (PROTOX)Diphenylethers, cyclic imides,
phenylpyrazoles, pyridin derivatives,
phenopylate, oxadiazoles etc.
Cytochrome P450 eg. P450 SU1 or selectionXenobiotics and herbicides such as Sulfonylureas
Polyphenol oxidase or Polyphenolbacterial and fungal pathogens
oxidase antisense
Metallothioneinbacterial and fungal pathogens
Ribonucleasebacterial and fungal pathogens
Antifungal polypeptide AlyAFPbacterial and fungal pathogens
oxalate oxidasebacterial and fungal pathogens
glucose oxidasebacterial and fungal pathogens
pyrrolnitrin synthesis genesbacterial and fungal pathogens
serine/threonine kinasesbacterial and fungal pathogens
Cecropin Bbacterial and fungal pathogens
Phenylalanine ammonia lyase (PAL)bacterial and fungal pathogens
Cf genes eg. Cf 9 Cf5 Cf4 Cf2bacterial and fungal pathogens
Osmotinbacterial and fungal pathogens
Alpha Hordothioninbacterial and fungal pathogens
Systeminbacterial and fungal pathogens
Polygalacturonase inhibitorsbacterial and fungal pathogens
Prf regulatory genebacterial and fungal pathogens
phytoalexinsbacterial and fungal pathogens
B-1,3-glucanase antisensebacterial and fungal pathogens
receptor kinasebacterial and fungal pathogens
Hypersensitive response elicitingbacterial and fungal pathogens
polypeptide
Systemic acquires resistance (SAR)viral, bacterial, fungal, nematodal
genespathogens
Chitinasesbacterial and fungal pathogens
Barnasebacterial and fungal pathogens
Glucanasesbacterial and fungal pathogens
double stranded ribonucleaseviruses
Coat proteinsviruses
17 kDa or 60 kDa proteinviruses
Nuclear inclusion proteins eg. a or b orviruses
Nucleoprotein
Pseudoubiquitinviruses
Replicaseviruses
Bacillus thuringiensis toxins, VIP 3,lepidoptera, aphids
Bacillus cereus toxins, Photorabdus and
Xenorhabdus toxins
3-Hydroxysteroid oxidaselepidoptera, aphids
Peroxidaselepidoptera, aphids
Aminopeptidase inhibitors eg. Leucinelepidoptera, aphids
aminopeptidase inhibitor
Lectineslepidoptera, aphids
Protease Inhibitors eg cystatin, patatin,lepidoptera, aphids
CPTI
ribosome inactivating proteinlepidoptera, aphids
stilbene synthaselepidoptera, aphids, diseases
HMG-CoA reductaselepidoptera, aphids
Cyst nematode hatching stimuluscyst nematodes
Barnasenematodes eg root knot nematodes and
cyst nematodes
CBIroot knot nematodes
Antifeeding principles induced at anematodes eg root knot nematodes, root
nematode feeding sitecyst nematodes

TABLE A12
Crop Pome fruits eg apples, pears
Effected target or expressed principle(s)Crop phenotype/Tolerance to
Acetolactate synthase (ALS)Sulfonylureas, Imidazolinones,
Triazolopyrimidines,
Pyrimidyloxybenzoates, Phtalides
AcetylCoA Carboxylase (ACCase)Aryloxyphenoxyalkanecarboxylic acids,
cyclohexanediones
Hydroxyphenylpyruvate dioxygenaseIsoxazoles such as Isoxaflutol or
(HPPD)Isoxachlortol, Triones such as
mesotrione or sulcotrione
Phosphinothricin acetyl transferasePhosphinothricin
O-Methyl transferasealtered lignin levels
Glutamine synthetaseGlufosinate, Bialaphos
Adenylosuccinate Lyase (ADSL)Inhibitors of IMP and AMP synthesis
Adenylosuccinate SynthaseInhibitors of adenylosuccinate synthesis
Anthranilate SynthaseInhibitors of tryptophan synthesis and catabolism
Nitrilase3,5-dihalo-4-hydroxy-benzonitriles such
as Bromoxynil and loxinyl
5-Enolpyruvyl-3phosphoshikimateGlyphosate or sulfosate
Synthase (EPSPS)
Glyphosate oxidoreductaseGlyphosate or sulfosate
Protoporphyrinogen oxidase (PROTOX)Diphenylethers, cyclic imides,
phenylpyrazoles, pyridin derivatives,
phenopylate, oxadiazoles etc.
Cytochrome P450 eg. P450 SU1 or selectionXenobiotics and herbicides such as Sulfonylureas
Polyphenol oxidase or Polyphenolbacterial and fungal pathogens like apple
oxidase antisensescab or fireblight
Metallothioneinbacterial and fungal pathogens like apple
scab or fireblight
Ribonucleasebacterial and fungal pathogens like apple
scab or fireblight
Antifungal polypeptide AlyAFPbacterial and fungal pathogens like apple
scab or fireblight
oxalate oxidasebacterial and fungal pathogens like apple
scab or fireblight
glucose oxidasebacterial and fungal pathogens like apple
scab or fireblight
pyrrolnitrin synthesis genesbacterial and fungal pathogens like apple
scab or fireblight
serine/threonine kinasesbacterial and fungal pathogens like apple
scab or fireblight
Cecropin Bbacterial and fungal pathogens like apple
scab or fireblight
Phenylalanine ammonia lyase (PAL)bacterial and fungal pathogens like apple
scab or fireblight
Cf genes eg. Cf 9 Cf5 Cf4 Cf2bacterial and fungal pathogens like apple
scab or fireblight
Osmotinbacterial and fungal pathogens like apple
scab or fireblight
Alpha Hordothioninbacterial and fungal pathogens like apple
scab or fireblight
Systeminbacterial and fungal pathogens like apple
scab or fireblight
Polygalacturonase inhibitorsbacterial and fungal pathogens like apple
scab or fireblight
Prf regulatory genebacterial and fungal pathogens like apple
scab or fireblight
phytoalexinsbacterial and fungal pathogens like apple
scab or fireblight
B-1,3-glucanase antisensebacterial and fungal pathogens like apple
scab or fireblight
receptor kinasebacterial and fungal pathogens like apple
scab or fireblight
Hypersensitive response elicitingbacterial and fungal pathogens like apple
polypeptidescab or fireblight
Systemic acquires resistance (SAR)viral, bacterial, fungal, nematodal
genespathogens
Lytic proteinbacterial and fungal pathogens like apple
scab or fireblight
Lysozymbacterial and fungal pathogens like apple
scab or fireblight
Chitinasesbacterial and fungal pathogens like apple
scab or fireblight
Barnasebacterial and fungal pathogens like apple
scab or fireblight
Glucanasesbacterial and fungal pathogens like apple
scab or fireblight
double stranded ribonucleaseviruses
Coat proteinsviruses
17 kDa or 60 kDa proteinviruses
Nuclear inclusion proteins eg. a or b orviruses
Nucleoprotein
Pseudoubiquitinviruses
Replicaseviruses
Bacillus thuringiensis toxins, VIP 3,lepidoptera, aphids, mites
Bacillus cereus toxins, Photorabdus and
Xenorhabdus toxins
3-Hydroxysteroid oxidaselepidoptera, aphids, mites
Peroxidaselepidoptera, aphids, mites
Aminopeptidase inhibitors eg. Leucinelepidoptera, aphids, mites
aminopeptidase inhibitor
Lectineslepidoptera, aphids, mites
Protease Inhibitors eg cystatin, patatin,lepidoptera, aphids, mites
CPTI
ribosome inactivating proteinlepidoptera, aphids, mites
stilbene synthaselepidoptera, aphids, diseases, mites
HMG-CoA reductaselepidoptera, aphids, mites
Cyst nematode hatching stimuluscyst nematodes
Barnasenematodes eg root knot nematodes and
cyst nematodes
CBIroot knot nematodes
Antifeeding principles induced at anematodes eg root knot nematodes, root
nematode feeding sitecyst nematodes

TABLE A13
Crop Melons
Effected target or expressed principle(s)Crop phenotype/Tolerance to
Acetolactate synthase (ALS)Sulfonylureas, Imidazolinones,
Triazolopyrimidines,
Pyrimidyloxybenzoates, Phtalides
AcetylCoA Carboxylase (ACCase)Aryloxyphenoxyalkanecarboxylic acids,
cyclohexanediones
Hydroxyphenylpyruvate dioxygenaseIsoxazoles such as Isoxaflutol or
(HPPD)Isoxachlortol, Triones such as
mesotrione or sulcotrione
Phosphinothricin acetyl transferasePhosphinothricin
O-Methyl transferasealtered lignin levels
Glutamine synthetaseGlufosinate, Bialaphos
Adenylosuccinate Lyase (ADSL)Inhibitors of IMP and AMP synthesis
Adenylosuccinate SynthaseInhibitors of adenylosuccinate synthesis
Anthranilate SynthaseInhibitors of tryptophan synthesis and
catabolism
Nitrilase3,5-dihalo-4-hydroxy-benzonitriles such
as Bromoxynil and Ioxinyl
5-Enolpyruvyl-3phosphoshikimateGlyphosate or sulfosate
Synthase (EPSPS)
Glyphosate oxidoreductaseGlyphosate or sulfosate
Protoporphyrinogen oxidase (PROTOX)Diphenylethers, cyclic imides,
phenylpyrazoles, pyridin derivatives,
phenopylate, oxadiazoles etc.
Cytochrome P450 eg. P450 SU1 orXenobiotics and herbicides such as
selectionSulfonylureas
Polyphenol oxidase or Polyphenolbacterial or fungal pathogens like
oxidase antisensephytophtora
Metallothioneinbacterial or fungal pathogens like
phytophtora
Ribonucleasebacterial or fungal pathogens like
phytophtora
Antifungal polypeptide AlyAFPbacterial or fungal pathogens like
phytophtora
oxalate oxidasebacterial or fungal pathogens like
phytophtora
glucose oxidasebacterial or fungal pathogens like
phytophtora
pyrrolnitrin synthesis genesbacterial or fungal pathogens like
phytophtora
serine/threonine kinasesbacterial or fungal pathogens like
phytophtora
Cecropin Bbacterial or fungal pathogens like
phytophtora
Phenylalanine ammonia lyase (PAL)bacterial or fungal pathogens like
phytophtora
Cf genes eg. Cf 9 Cf5 Cf4 Cf2bacterial or fungal pathogens like
phytophtora
Osmotinbacterial or fungal pathogens like phytophtora
Alpha Hordothioninbacterial or fungal pathogens like phytophtora
Systeminbacterial or fungal pathogens like phytophtora
Polygalacturonase inhibitorsbacterial or fungal pathogens like phytophtora
Prf regulatory genebacterial or fungal pathogens like phytophtora
phytoalexinsbacterial or fungal pathogens like phytophtora
B-1,3-glucanase antisensebacterial or fungal pathogens like phytophtora
receptor kinasebacterial or fungal pathogens like phytophtora
Hypersensitive response elicitingbacterial or fungal pathogens like
polypeptidephytophtora
Systemic acquires resistance (SAR)viral, bacterial, fungal, nematodal
genespathogens
Lytic proteinbacterial or fungal pathogens like phytophtora
Lysozymbacterial or fungal pathogens like phytophtora
Chitinasesbacterial or fungal pathogens like phytophtora
Barnasebacterial or fungal pathogens like phytophtora
Glucanasesbacterial or fungal pathogens like phytophtora
double stranded ribonucleaseviruses as CMV,, PRSV, WMV2, SMV, ZYMV
Coat proteinsviruses as CMV,, PRSV, WMV2, SMV, ZYMV
17 kDa or 60 kDa proteinviruses as CMV,, PRSV, WMV2, SMV, ZYMV
Nuclear inclusion proteins eg. a or b orviruses as CMV,, PRSV, WMV2, SMV,
NucleoproteinZYMV
Pseudoubiquitinviruses as CMV,, PRSV, WMV2, SMV, ZYMV
Replicaseviruses as CMV,, PRSV, WMV2, SMV, ZYMV
Bacillus thuringiensis toxins, VIP 3,lepidoptera, aphids, mites
Bacillus cereus toxins, Photorabdus and
Xenorhabdus toxins
3-Hydroxysteroid oxidaselepidoptera, aphids, mites, whitefly
Peroxidaselepidoptera, aphids, mites, whitefly
Aminopeptidase inhibitors eg. Leucinelepidoptera, aphids, mites, whitefly
aminopeptidase inhibitor
Lectineslepidoptera, aphids, mites, whitefly
Protease Inhibitors eg cystatin, patatin,lepidoptera, aphids, mites, whitefly
CPTI, virgiferin
ribosome inactivating proteinlepidoptera, aphids, mites, whitefly
stilbene synthaselepidoptera, aphids, mites, whitefly
HMG-CoA reductaselepidoptera, aphids, mites, whitefly
Cyst nematode hatching stimuluscyst nematodes
Barnasenematodes eg root knot nematodes and
cyst nematodes
CBIroot knot nematodes
Antifeeding principles induced at anematodes eg root knot nematodes, root
nematode feeding sitecyst nematodes

TABLE A14
Crop Banana
Effected target or expressed principle(s)Crop phenotype/Tolerance to
Acetolactate synthase (ALS)Sulfonylureas, Imidazolinones,
Triazolopyrimidines,
Pyrimidyloxybenzoates, Phtalides
AcetylCoA Carboxylase (ACCase)Aryloxyphenoxyalkanecarboxylic acids,
cyclohexanediones
Hydroxyphenylpyruvate dioxygenaseIsoxazoles such as Isoxaflutol or
(HPPD)Isoxachlortol, Triones such as
mesotrione or sulcotrione
Phosphinothricin acetyl transferasePhosphinothricin
O-Methyl transferasealtered lignin levels
Glutamine synthetaseGlufosinate, Bialaphos
Adenylosuccinate Lyase (ADSL)Inhibitors of IMP and AMP synthesis
Adenylosuccinate SynthaseInhibitors of adenylosuccinate synthesis
Anthranilate SynthaseInhibitors of tryptophan synthesis and catabolism
Nitrilase3,5-dihalo-4-hydroxy-benzonitriles such
as Bromoxynil and loxinyl
5-Enolpyruvyl-3phosphoshikimateGlyphosate or sulfosate
Synthase (EPSPS)
Glyphosate oxidoreductaseGlyphosate or sulfosate
Protoporphyrinogen oxidase (PROTOX)Diphenylethers, cyclic imides,
phenylpyrazoles, pyridin derivatives,
phenopylate, oxadiazoles etc.
Cytochrome P450 eg. P450 SU1 or selectionXenobiotics and herbicides such as Sulfonylureas
Polyphenol oxidase or Polyphenolbacterial or fungal pathogens
oxidase antisense
Metallothioneinbacterial or fungal pathogens
Ribonucleasebacterial or fungal pathogens
Antifungal polypeptide AlyAFPbacterial or fungal pathogens
oxalate oxidasebacterial or fungal pathogens
glucose oxidasebacterial or fungal pathogens
pyrrolnitrin synthesis genesbacterial or fungal pathogens
serine/threonine kinasesbacterial or fungal pathogens
Cecropin Bbacterial or fungal pathogens
Phenylalanine ammonia lyase (PAL)bacterial or fungal pathogens
Cf genes eg. Cf 9 Cf5 Cf4 Cf2bacterial or fungal pathogens
Osmotinbacterial or fungal pathogens
Alpha Hordothioninbacterial or fungal pathogens
Systeminbacterial or fungal pathogens
Polygalacturonase inhibitorsbacterial or fungal pathogens
Prf regulatory genebacterial or fungal pathogens
phytoalexinsbacterial or fungal pathogens
B-1,3-glucanase antisensebacterial or fungal pathogens
receptor kinasebacterial or fungal pathogens
Hypersensitive response elicitingbacterial or fungal pathogens
polypeptide
Systemic acquires resistance (SAR)viral, bacterial, fungal, nematodal
genespathogens
Lytic proteinbacterial or fungal pathogens
Lysozymbacterial or fungal pathogens
Chitinasesbacterial or fungal pathogens
Barnasebacterial or fungal pathogens
Glucanasesbacterial or fungal pathogens
double stranded ribonucleaseviruses as Banana bunchy top virus (BBTV)
Coat proteinsviruses as Banana bunchy top virus (BBTV)
17 kDa or 60 kDa proteinviruses as Banana bunchy top virus (BBTV)
Nuclear inclusion proteins eg. a or b orviruses as Banana bunchy top virus
Nucleoprotein(BBTV)
Pseudoubiquitinviruses as Banana bunchy top virus (BBTV)
Replicaseviruses as Banana bunchy top virus (BBTV)
Bacillus thuringiensis toxins, VIP 3,lepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes
Bacillus cereus toxins, Photorabdus and
Xenorhabdus toxins
3-Hydroxysteroid oxidaselepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes
Peroxidaselepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes
Aminopeptidase inhibitors eg. Leucinelepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes
aminopeptidase inhibitor
Lectineslepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes
Protease Inhibitors eg cystatin, patatin,lepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes
CPTI, virgiferin
ribosome inactivating proteinlepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes
stilbene synthaselepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes
HMG-CoA reductaselepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes
Cyst nematode hatching stimuluscyst nematodes
Barnasenematodes eg root knot nematodes and
cyst nematodes
CBIroot knot nematodes
Antifeeding principles induced at anematodes eg root knot nematodes, root
nematode feeding sitecyst nematodes

TABLE A 15
Crop Cotton
Effected target or expressed principle(s)Crop phenotype/Tolerance to
Acetolactate synthase (ALS)Sulfonylureas, Imidazolinones,
Triazolopyrimidines,
Pyrimidyloxybenzoates, Phtalides
AcetylCoA Carboxylase (ACCase)Aryloxyphenoxyalkanecarboxylic acids,
cyclohexanediones
Hydroxyphenylpyruvate dioxygenaseIsoxazoles such as Isoxaflutol or
(HPPD)Isoxachlortol, Triones such as
mesotrione or sulcotrione
Phosphinothricin acetyl transferasePhosphinothricin
O-Methyl transferasealtered lignin levels
Glutamine synthetaseGlufosinate, Bialaphos
Adenylosuccinate Lyase (ADSL)Inhibitors of IMP and AMP synthesis
Adenylosuccinate SynthaseInhibitors of adenylosuccinate synthesis
Anthranilate SynthaseInhibitors of tryptophan synthesis and catabolism
Nitrilase3,5-dihalo-4-hydroxy-benzonitriles such
as Bromoxynil and loxinyl
5-Enolpyruvyl-3phosphoshikimateGlyphosate or sulfosate
Synthase (EPSPS)
Glyphosate oxidoreductaseGlyphosate or sulfosate
Protoporphyrinogen oxidase (PROTOX)Diphenylethers, cyclic imides,
phenylpyrazoles, pyridin derivatives,
phenopylate, oxadiazoles etc.
Cytochrome P450 eg. P450 SU1 or selectionXenobiotics and herbicides such as Sulfonylureas
Polyphenol oxidase or Polyphenolbacterial or fungal pathogens
oxidase antisense
Metallothioneinbacterial or fungal pathogens
Ribonucleasebacterial or fungal pathogens
Antifungal polypeptide AlyAFPbacterial or fungal pathogens
oxalate oxidasebacterial or fungal pathogens
glucose oxidasebacterial or fungal pathogens
pyrrolnitrin synthesis genesbacterial or fungal pathogens
serine/threonine kinasesbacterial or fungal pathogens
Cecropin Bbacterial or fungal pathogens
Phenylalanine ammonia lyase (PAL)bacterial or fungal pathogens
Cf genes eg. Cf 9 Cf5 Cf4 Cf2bacterial or fungal pathogens
Osmotinbacterial or fungal pathogens
Alpha Hordothioninbacterial or fungal pathogens
Systeminbacterial or fungal pathogens
Polygalacturonase inhibitorsbacterial or fungal pathogens
Prf regulatory genebacterial or fungal pathogens
phytoalexinsbacterial or fungal pathogens
B-1,3-glucanase antisensebacterial or fungal pathogens
receptor kinasebacterial or fungal pathogens
Hypersensitive response elicitingbacterial or fungal pathogens
polypeptide
Systemic acquires resistance (SAR)viral, bacterial, fungal, nematodal
genespathogens
Lytic proteinbacterial or fungal pathogens
Lysozymbacterial or fungal pathogens
Chitinasesbacterial or fungal pathogens
Barnasebacterial or fungal pathogens
Glucanasesbacterial or fungal pathogens
double stranded ribonucleaseviruses as wound tumor virus (WTV)
Coat proteinsviruses as wound tumor virus (WTV)
17 kDa or 60 kDa proteinviruses as wound tumor virus (WTV)
Nuclear inclusion proteins eg. a or b orviruses as wound tumor virus (WTV)
Nucleoprotein
Pseudoubiquitinviruses as wound tumor virus (WTV)
Replicaseviruses as wound tumor virus (WTV)
Bacillus thuringiensis toxins, VIP 3,lepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes,
Bacillus cereus toxins, Photorabdus andwhitefly
Xenorhabdus toxins
3-Hydroxysteroid oxidaselepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes,
whitefly
Peroxidaselepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes,
whitefly
Aminopeptidase inhibitors eg. Leucinelepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes,
aminopeptidase inhibitorwhitefly
Lectineslepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes,
whitefly
Protease Inhibitors eg cystatin, patatin,lepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes,
CPTI, virgiferinwhitefly
ribosome inactivating proteinlepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes,
whitefly
stilbene synthaselepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes,
whitefly
HMG-CoA reductaselepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes,
whitefly
Cyst nematode hatching stimuluscyst nematodes
Barnasenematodes eg root knot nematodes and
cyst nematodes
Effected target or expressed principle(s)Crop phenotype/Tolerance to
CBIroot knot nematodes
Antifeeding principles induced at anematodes eg root knot nematodes, root
nematode feeding sitecyst nematodes

TABLE A16
Crop Sugarcane
Effected target or expressed principle(s)Crop phenotype/Tolerance to
Acetolactate synthase (ALS)Sulfonylureas, Imidazolinones,
Triazolopyrimidines,
Pyrimidyloxybenzoates, Phtalides
AcetylCoA Carboxylase (ACCase)Aryloxyphenoxyalkanecarboxylic acids,
cyclohexanediones
Hydroxyphenylpyruvate dioxygenaseIsoxazoles such as Isoxaflutol or
(HPPD)Isoxachlortol, Triones such as
mesotrione or sulcotrione
Phosphinothricin acetyl transferasePhosphinothricin
O-Methyl transferasealtered lignin levels
Glutamine synthetaseGlufosinate, Bialaphos
Adenylosuccinate Lyase (ADSL)Inhibitors of IMP and AMP synthesis
Adenylosuccinate SynthaseInhibitors of adenylosuccinate synthesis
Anthranilate SynthaseInhibitors of tryptophan synthesis and catabolism
Nitrilase3,5-dihalo-4-hydroxy-benzonitriles such
as Bromoxynil and loxinyl
5-Enolpyruvyl-3phosphoshikimateGlyphosate or sulfosate
Synthase (EPSPS)
Glyphosate oxidoreductaseGlyphosate or sulfosate
Protoporphyrinogen oxidase (PROTOX)Diphenylethers, cyclic imides,
phenylpyrazoles, pyridin derivatives,
phenopylate, oxadiazoles etc.
Cytochrome P450 eg. P450 SU1 or selectionXenobiotics and herbicides such as Sulfonylureas
Polyphenol oxidase or Polyphenolbacterial or fungal pathogens
oxidase antisense
Metallothioneinbacterial or fungal pathogens
Ribonucleasebacterial or fungal pathogens
Antifungal polypeptide AlyAFPbacterial or fungal pathogens
oxalate oxidasebacterial or fungal pathogens
glucose oxidasebacterial or fungal pathogens
pyrrolnitrin synthesis genesbacterial or fungal pathogens
serine/threonine kinasesbacterial or fungal pathogens
Cecropin Bbacterial or fungal pathogens
Phenylalanine ammonia lyase (PAL)bacterial or fungal pathogens
Cf genes eg. Cf 9 Cf5 Cf4 Cf2bacterial or fungal pathogens
Osmotinbacterial or fungal pathogens
Alpha Hordothioninbacterial or fungal pathogens
Systeminbacterial or fungal pathogens
Polygalacturonase inhibitorsbacterial or fungal pathogens
Prf regulatory genebacterial or fungal pathogens
phytoalexinsbacterial or fungal pathogens
B-1,3-glucanase antisensebacterial or fungal pathogens
receptor kinasebacterial or fungal pathogens
Hypersensitive response elicitingbacterial or fungal pathogens
polypeptide
Systemic acquires resistance (SAR)viral, bacterial, fungal, nematodal
genespathogens
Lytic proteinbacterial or fungal pathogens
Lysozymbacterial or fungal pathogens eg clavibacter
Chitinasesbacterial or fungal pathogens
Barnasebacterial or fungal pathogens
Glucanasesbacterial or fungal pathogens
double stranded ribonucleaseviruses as SCMV, SrMV
Coat proteinsviruses as SCMV, SrMV
17 kDa or 60 kDa proteinviruses as SCMV, SrMV
Nuclear inclusion proteins eg. a or b orviruses as SCMV, SrMV
Nucleoprotein
Pseudoubiquitinviruses as SCMV, SrMV
Replicaseviruses as SCMV, SrMV
Bacillus thuringiensis toxins, VIP 3,lepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes,
Bacillus cereus toxins, Photorabdus andwhitefly, beetles eg mexican rice borer
Xenorhabdus toxins
3-Hydroxysteroid oxidaselepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes,
whitefly, beetles eg mexican rice borer
Peroxidaselepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes,
whitefly, beetles eg mexican rice borer
Aminopeptidase inhibitors eg. Leucinelepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes,
aminopeptidase inhibitorwhitefly, beetles eg mexican rice borer
Lectineslepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes,
whitefly, beetles eg mexican rice borer
Protease Inhibitors eg cystatin, patatin,lepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes,
CPTI, virgiferinwhitefly, beetles eg mexican rice borer
ribosome inactivating proteinlepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes,
whitefly, beetles eg mexican rice borer
stilbene synthaselepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes,
whitefly, beetles eg mexican rice borer
HMG-CoA reductaselepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes,
whitefly, beetles eg mexican rice borer
Cyst nematode hatching stimuluscyst nematodes
Barnasenematodes eg root knot nematodes and
cyst nematodes
CBIroot knot nematodes
Antifeeding principles induced at anematodes eg root knot nematodes, root
nematode feeding sitecyst nematodes

TABLE A 17
Crop Sunflower
Effected target or expressed principle(s)Crop phenotype/Tolerance to
Acetolactate synthase (ALS)Sulfonylureas, Imidazolinones,
Triazolopyrimidines,
Pyrimidyloxybenzoates, Phtalides
AcetylCoA Carboxylase (ACCase)Aryloxyphenoxyalkanecarboxylic acids,
cyclohexanediones
Hydroxyphenylpyruvate dioxygenaseIsoxazoles such as Isoxaflutol or
(HPPD)Isoxachlortol, Triones such as
mesotrione or sulcotrione
Phosphinothricin acetyl transferasePhosphinothricin
O-Methyl transferasealtered lignin levels
Glutamine synthetaseGlufosinate, Bialaphos
Adenylosuccinate Lyase (ADSL)Inhibitors of IMP and AMP synthesis
Adenylosuccinate SynthaseInhibitors of adenylosuccinate synthesis
Anthranilate SynthaseInhibitors of tryptophan synthesis and catabolism
Nitrilase3,5-dihalo-4-hydroxy-benzonitriles such
as Bromoxynil and loxinyl
5-Enolpyruvyl-3phosphoshikimateGlyphosate or sulfosate
Synthase (EPSPS)
Glyphosate oxidoreductaseGlyphosate or sulfosate
Protoporphyrinogen oxidase (PROTOX)Diphenylethers, cyclic imides,
phenylpyrazoles, pyridin derivatives,
phenopylate, oxadiazoles etc.
Cytochrome P450 eg. P450 SU1 or selectionXenobiotics and herbicides such as Sulfonylureas
Polyphenol oxidase or Polyphenolbacterial or fungal pathogens
oxidase antisense
Metallothioneinbacterial or fungal pathogens
Ribonucleasebacterial or fungal pathogens
Antifungal polypeptide AlyAFPbacterial or fungal pathogens
oxalate oxidasebacterial or fungal pathogens eg
sclerotinia
glucose oxidasebacterial or fungal pathogens
pyrrolnitrin synthesis genesbacterial or fungal pathogens
serine/threonine kinasesbacterial or fungal pathogens
Cecropin Bbacterial or fungal pathogens
Phenylalanine ammonia lyase (PAL)bacterial or fungal pathogens
Cf genes eg. Cf 9 Cf5 Cf4 Cf2bacterial or fungal pathogens
Osmotinbacterial or fungal pathogens
Alpha Hordothioninbacterial or fungal pathogens
Systeminbacterial or fungal pathogens
Polygalacturonase inhibitorsbacterial or fungal pathogens
Prf regulatory genebacterial or fungal pathogens
phytoalexinsbacterial or fungal pathogens
B-1,3-glucanase antisensebacterial or fungal pathogens
receptor kinasebacterial or fungal pathogens
Hypersensitive response elicitingbacterial or fungal pathogens
polypeptide
Systemic acquires resistance (SAR)viral, bacterial, fungal, nematodal
genespathogens
Lytic proteinbacterial or fungal pathogens
Lysozymbacterial or fungal pathogens
Chitinasesbacterial or fungal pathogens
Barnasebacterial or fungal pathogens
Glucanasesbacterial or fungal pathogens
double stranded ribonucleaseviruses as CMV, TMV
Coat proteinsviruses as CMV, TMV
17 kDa or 60 kDa proteinviruses as CMV, TMV
Nuclear inclusion proteins eg. a or b orviruses as CMV, TMV
Nucleoprotein
Pseudoubiquitinviruses as CMV, TMV
Replicaseviruses as CMV, TMV
Bacillus thuringiensis toxins, VIP 3,lepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes,
Bacillus cereus toxins, Photorabdus andwhitefly, beetles
Xenorhabdus toxins
3-Hydroxysteroid oxidaselepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes,
whitefly, beetles
Peroxidaselepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes,
whitefly, beetles
Aminopeptidase inhibitors eg. Leucinelepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes,
aminopeptidase inhibitorwhitefly, beetles
Lectineslepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes,
whitefly, beetles
Protease Inhibitors eg cystatin, patatin,lepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes,
CPTI, virgiferinwhitefly, beetles
ribosome inactivating proteinlepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes,
whitefly, beetles
stilbene synthaselepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes,
whitefly, beetles
HMG-CoA reductaselepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes,
whitefly, beetles
Cyst nematode hatching stimuluscyst nematodes
Barnasenematodes eg root knot nematodes and
cyst nematodes
CBIroot knot nematodes
Antifeeding principles induced at anematodes eg root knot nematodes, root
nematode feeding sitecyst nematodes

TABLE A18
Crop Sugarbeet, Beet root
Effected target or expressed principle(s)Crop phenotype/Tolerance to
Acetolactate synthase (ALS)Sulfonylureas, Imidazolinones,
Triazolopyrimidines,
Pyrimidyloxybenzoates, Phtalides
AcetylCoA Carboxylase (ACCase)Aryloxyphenoxyalkanecarboxylic acids,
cyclohexanediones
Hydroxyphenylpyruvate dioxygenaseIsoxazoles such as Isoxaflutol or
(HPPD)Isoxachlortol, Triones such as
mesotrione or sulcotrione
Phosphinothricin acetyl transferasePhosphinothricin
O-Methyl transferasealtered lignin levels
Glutamine synthetaseGlufosinate, Bialaphos
Adenylosuccinate Lyase (ADSL)Inhibitors of IMP and AMP synthesis
Adenylosuccinate SynthaseInhibitors of adenylosuccinate synthesis
Anthranilate SynthaseInhibitors of tryptophan synthesis and catabolism
Nitrilase3,5-dihalo-4-hydroxy-benzonitriles such
as Bromoxynil and loxinyl
5-Enolpyruvyl-3phosphoshikimateGlyphosate or sulfosate
Synthase (EPSPS)
Glyphosate oxidoreductaseGlyphosate or sulfosate
Protoporphyrinogen oxidase (PROTOX)Diphenylethers, cyclic imides,
phenylpyrazoles, pyridin derivatives,
phenopylate, oxadiazoles etc.
Cytochrome P450 eg. P450 SU1 or selectionXenobiotics and herbicides such as Sulfonylureas
Polyphenol oxidase or Polyphenolbacterial or fungal pathogens
oxidase antisense
Metallothioneinbacterial or fungal pathogens
Ribonucleasebacterial or fungal pathogens
Antifungal polypeptide AlyAFPbacterial or fungal pathogens
oxalate oxidasebacterial or fungal pathogens eg sclerotinia
glucose oxidasebacterial or fungal pathogens
pyrrolnitrin synthesis genesbacterial or fungal pathogens
serine/threonine kinasesbacterial or fungal pathogens
Cecropin Bbacterial or fungal pathogens
Phenylalanine ammonia lyase (PAL)bacterial or fungal pathogens
Cf genes eg. Cf 9 Cf5 Cf4 Cf2bacterial or fungal pathogens
Osmotinbacterial or fungal pathogens
Alpha Hordothioninbacterial or fungal pathogens
Systeminbacterial or fungal pathogens
Polygalacturonase inhibitorsbacterial or fungal pathogens
Prf regulatory genebacterial or fungal pathogens
phytoalexinsbacterial or fungal pathogens
B-1,3-glucanase antisensebacterial or fungal pathogens
AX + WIN proteinsbacterial or fungal pathogens like
Cercospora beticola
receptor kinasebacterial or fungal pathogens
Hypersensitive response elicitingbacterial or fungal pathogens
polypeptide
Systemic acquires resistance (SAR)viral, bacterial, fungal, nematodal
genespathogens
Lytic proteinbacterial or fungal pathogens
Lysozymbacterial or fungal pathogens
Chitinasesbacterial or fungal pathogens
Barnasebacterial or fungal pathogens
Glucanasesbacterial or fungal pathogens
double stranded ribonucleaseviruses as BNYVV
Coat proteinsviruses as BNYVV
17 kDa or 60 kDa proteinviruses as BNYVV
Nuclear inclusion proteins eg. a or b orviruses as BNYVV
Nucleoprotein
Pseudoubiquitinviruses as BNYVV
Replicaseviruses as BNYVV
Bacillus thuringiensis toxins, VIP 3,lepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes,
Bacillus cereus toxins, Photorabdus andwhitefly, beetles, rootflies
Xenorhabdus toxins
3-Hydroxysteroid oxidaselepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes,
whitefly, beetles, rootflies
Peroxidaselepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes,
whitefly, beetles, rootflies
Aminopeptidase inhibitors eg. Leucinelepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes,
aminopeptidase inhibitorwhitefly, beetles, rootflies
Lectineslepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes,
whitefly, beetles, rootflies
Protease Inhibitors eg cystatin, patatin,lepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes,
CPTI, virgiferinwhitefly, beetles, rootflies
ribosome inactivating proteinlepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes,
whitefly, beetles, rootflies
stilbene synthaselepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes,
whitefly, beetles, rootflies
HMG-CoA reductaselepidoptera, aphids, mites, nematodes,
whitefly, beetles, rootflies
Cyst nematode hatching stimuluscyst nematodes
Barnasenematodes eg root knot nematodes and
cyst nematodes
Beet cyst nematode resistance locuscyst nematodes
CBIroot knot nematodes
Antifeeding principles induced at anematodes eg root knot nematodes, root
nematode feeding sitecyst nematodes

The abovementioned animal pests which can be controlled by the method according to the invention include, for example, insects, representatives of the order acarina and representatives of the class nematoda; especially

from the order Lepidoptera Acleris spp., Adoxophyes spp., especially Adoxophyes reticulana; Aegeria spp., Agrotis spp., especially Agrotis spinifera; Alabama argillaceae, Amylois spp., Anticarsia gemmatalis, Archips spp., Argyrotaenia spp., Autographa spp., Busseola fusca, Cadra cautella, Carposina nipponensis, Chilo spp., Choristoneura spp., Clysia ambiguella, Cnaphalocrocis spp., Cnephasia spp., Cochylis spp., Coleophora spp., Crocidolomia binotalis, Cryptophlebia leucotreta, Cydia spp., especially Cydia pomonella; Diatraea spp., Diparopsis castanea, Earias spp., Ephestia spp., especially E. Khüniella; Eucosma spp., Eupoecilia ambiguella, Euproctis spp., Euxoa spp., Grapholita spp., Hedya nubiferana, Heliothis spp., especially H. Virescens und H. zea; Hellula undalis, Hyphantria cunea, Keiferia lycopersicella, Leucoptera scitella, Lithocollethis spp., Lobesiaspp., Lymantria spp., Lyonetia spp., Malacosoma spp., Mamestra brassicae, Manduca sexta, Operophtera spp., Ostrinia nubilalis, Pammene spp., Pandemis spp., Panolis flammea, Pectinophora spp., Phthorimaea operculella, Pieris rapae, Pieris spp., Plutella xylostella, Prays spp., Scirpophaga spp., Sesamia spp., Sparganothis spp., Spodopteralittoralis, Synanthedon spp., Thaumetopoea spp., Tortrix spp., Trichoplusia ni and Yponomeuta spp.;

from the order Coleoptera, for example Agriotes spp., Anthonomus spp., Atomaria linearis, Chaetocnema tibialis, Cosmopolites spp., Curculio spp., Dermestes spp., Diabrotica spp., Epilachna spp., Eremnus spp., Leptinotarsa decemlineata, Lissorhoptrus spp., Melolontha spp., Oryzaephilus spp., Otiorhynchus spp., Phlyctinus spp., Popillia spp., Psylliodes spp., Rhizopertha spp., Scarabeidae, Sitophilus spp., Sitotroga spp., Tenebrio spp., Tribolium spp. and Trogoderma spp.;

from the order Orthoptera, for example Blatta spp., Blattella spp., Gryllotalpa spp., Leucophaea maderae, Locusta spp., Periplaneta spp. and Schistocerca spp.;

from the order Isoptera, for example Reticulitermes spp.;

from the order Psocoptera, for example Liposcelis spp.;

from the order Anoplura, for example Haematopinus spp., Linognathus spp., Pediculus spp., Pemphigus spp. and Phylloxera spp.;

from the order Mallophaga, for example Damalinea spp. and Trichodectes spp.;

from the order Thysanoptera, for example Frankliniella spp., Hercinothrips spp., Taeniothrips spp., Thrips palmi, Thrips tabaci and Scirtothrips aurantii;

from the order Heteroptera, for example Cimex spp., Distantiella theobroma, Dysdercus spp., Euchistus spp. Eurygaster spp. Leptocorisa spp., Nezara spp., Piesma spp., Rhodnius spp., Sahlbergella singularis, Scotinophara spp. and Triatoma spp.;

from the order Homoptera, for example Aleurothrixus floccosus, Aleyrodes brassicae, Aonidiella aurantii, Aphididae, Aphis craccivora, A. fabae, A. gosypii; Aspidiotus spp., Bemisia tabaci, Ceroplaster spp., Chrysomphalus aonidium, Chrysomphalus dictyospermi, Coccus hesperidum, Empoasca spp., Eriosoma lanigerum, Erythroneura spp., Gascardia spp., Laodelphax spp., Lecanium corni, Lepidosaphes spp., Macrosiphus spp., Myzus spp., especially M. persicae; Nephotettix spp., especially N. cincticeps; Nilaparvata spp., especially N. lugens; Paratoria spp., Pemphigus spp., Planococcus spp., Pseudaulacaspis spp., Pseudococcus spp., especially P. Fragilis, P. citriculus and P. comstocki; Psylla spp., especially P. pyri; Pulvinaria aethiopica, Quadraspidiotus spp., Rhopalosiphum spp., Saissetia spp., Scaphoideus spp., Schizaphis spp., Sitobion spp., Trialeurodes vaporariorum, Trioza erytreae and Unaspis citri;

from the order Hymenoptera, for example Acromyrmex, Atta spp., Cephus spp., Diprion spp., Diprionidae, Gilpinia polytoma, Hoplocampa spp., Lasius spp., Monomorium pharaonis, Neodiprion spp., Solenopsis spp. and Vespa spp.;

from the order Diptera, for example Aedes spp., Antherigona soccata, Bibio hortulanus, Calliphora erythrocephala, Ceratitis spp., Chrysomyia spp., Culex spp., Cuterebra spp., Dacus spp., Drosophila melanogaster, Fannia spp., Gastrophilus spp., Glossina spp., Hypoderma spp., Hyppobosca spp., Liriomyza spp., Lucilia spp., Melanagromyza spp., Musca spp., Oestrus spp., Orseolia spp., Oscinella frit, Pegomyia hyoscyami, Phorbia spp., Rhagoletis pomonella, Sciara spp., Stomoxys spp., Tabanus spp., Tannia spp. and Tipula spp.;

from the order Siphonaptera, for example Ceratophyllus spp. and Xenopsylla cheopis;

from the order Thysanura, for example Lepisma saccharina and

from the order Acarina, for example Acarus siro, Aceria sheldoni; Aculus spp., especially A. schlechtendali; Amblyomma spp., Argas spp., Boophilus spp., Brevipalpus spp., especially B. californicus and B. phoenicis; Bryobia praetiosa, Calipitrimerus spp., Chorioptes spp., Dermanyssus gallinae, Eotetranychus spp., especially E. carpini and E. orientalis; Eriophyes spp., especially E. vitis; Hyalomma spp., Ixodes spp., Olygonychus pratensis, Ornithodoros spp., Panonychus spp., especially P. ulmi and P. citri; Phyllocoptruta spp., especially P. oleivora; Polyphagotarsonemus spp., especially P. latus; Psoroptes spp., Rhipicephalus spp., Rhizoglyphus spp., Sarcoptes spp., Tarsonemus spp. and Tetranychus spp., in particular T. urticae, T. cinnabarinus and T. Kanzawai;

representatives of the class Nematoda;

(1) nematodes selected from the group consisting of root knot nematodes, cyst-forming nematodes, stem eelworms and foliar nematodes;

(2) nematodes selected from the group consisting of Anguina spp.; Aphelenchoides spp.; Ditylenchus spp.; Globodera spp., for example Globodera rostochiensis; Heterodera spp., for example Heterodera avenae, Heterodera glycines, Heterodera schachtii or Heterodera trifolii; Longidorus spp.; Meloidogyne spp., for example Meloidogyne incognita or Meloidogyne javanica; Pratylenchus, for example Pratylenchus neglectans or Pratylenchus penetrans; Radopholus spp., for example Radopholus similis; Trichodorus spp.; Tylenchulus, for example Tylenchulus semipenetrans; and Xiphinema spp.; or

(3) nematodes selected from the group consisting of Heterodera spp., for example Heterodera glycines; and Meloidogyne spp., for example Meloidogyne incognita.

The method according to the invention allows pests of the abovementioned type to be controlled, i.e. contained or destroyed, which occur, in particular, on transgenic plants, mainly useful plants and ornamentals in agriculture, in horticulture and in forests, or on parts, such as fruits, flowers, foliage, stalks, tubers or roots, of such plants, the protection against these pests in some cases even extending to plant parts which form at a later point in time.

The method according to the invention can be employed advantageously for controlling pests in rice, cereals such as maize or sorghum; in fruit, for example stone fruit, pome fruit and soft fruit such as apples, pears, plums, peaches, almonds, cherries or berries, for example strawberries, raspberries and blackberries; in legumes such as beans, lentils, peas or soya beans; in oil crops such as oilseed rape, mustard, poppies, olives, sunflowers, coconuts, castor-oil plants, cacao or peanuts; in the marrow family such as pumpkins, cucumbers or melons; in fibre plants such as cotton, flax, hemp or jute; in citrus fruit such as oranges, lemons, grapefruit or tangerines; in vegetables such as spinach, lettuce, asparagus, cabbage species, carrots, onions, tomatoes, potatoes, beet or capsicum; in the laurel family such as avocado, Cinnamonium or camphor; or in tobacco, nuts, coffee, egg plants, sugar cane, tea, pepper, grapevines, hops, the banana family, latex plants or ornamentals, mainly in maize, rice, cereals, soya beans, tomatoes, cotton, potatoes, sugar beet, rice and mustard; in particular in cotton, rice, soya beans, potatoes and maize.

It has emerged that the method according to the invention is valuable preventatively and/or curatively in the field of pest control even at low use concentrations of the pesticidal composition and that a very favourable biocidal spectrum is achieved thereby. Combined with a favourable compatibility of the composition employed with warm-blooded species, fish and plants, the method according to the invention can be employed against all or individual developmental stages of normally-sensitive, but also of normally-resistant, animal pests such as insects and representatives of the order Acarina, depending on the species of the transgenic crop plant to be protected from attack by pests. The insecticidal and/or acaricidal effect of the method according to the invention may become apparent directly, i.e. in a destruction of the pests which occurs immediately or only after some time has elapsed, for example, during ecdysis, or indirectly, for example as a reduced oviposition and/or hatching rate, the good action corresponding to a destruction rate (mortality) of at least 40 to 50%.

Depending on the intended aims and the prevailing circumstances, the pesticides within the scope of invention, which are known per se, are emulsifiable concentrates, suspension concentrates, directly sprayable or dilutable solutions, spreadable pastes, dilute emulsions, wettable powders, soluble powders, dispersible powders, wettable powders, dusts, granules or encapsulations in polymeric substances which comprise a nitroimino- or nitroguanidino-compound.

The active ingredients are employed in these compositions together with at least one of the auxiliaries conventionally used in art of formulation, such as extenders, for example solvents or solid carriers, or such as surface-active compounds (surfactants).

Formulation auxiliaries which are used are, for example, solid carriers, solvents, stabilizers, “slow release” auxiliaries, colourants and, if appropriate, surface-active substances (surfactants). Suitable carriers and auxiliaries are all those substances which are conventionally used for crop protection products. Suitable auxiliaries such as solvents, solid carriers, surface-active compounds, non-ionic surfactants, cationic surfactants, anionic surfactants and other auxiliaries in the compositions employed according to the invention are, for example, those which have been described in EP-A-736 252.

These compositions for controlling pests can be formulated, for example, as wettable powders, dusts, granules, solutions, emulsifiable concentrates, emulsions, suspension concentrates or aerosols. For example, the compositions are of the type described in EP-A-736 252.

The action of the compositions within the scope of invention which comprise a nitroimino- or nitroguanidino-compound can be extended substantially and adapted to prevailing circumstances by adding other insecticidally, acaricidally and/or fungicidally active ingredients. Suitable examples of added active ingredients are representatives of the following classes of active ingredients: organophosphorous compounds, nitrophenols and derivatives, formamidines, ureas, carbamates, pyrethroids, chlorinated hydrocarbons; especially preferred components in mixtures are, for example, abamectin, emamectin, spinosad, pymetrozine, fenoxycarb, Ti-435, fipronil, pyriproxyfen, diazinon or diafenthiuron.

As a rule, the compositions within the scope of invention comprise 0.1 to 99%, in particular 0.1 to 95%, of a nitroimino- or nitroguanidino-compound and 1 to 99.9%, in particular 5 to 99.9%, of—at least—one solid or liquid auxiliary, it being possible, as a rule, for 0 to 25%, in particular 0.1 to 20%, of the compositions to be surfactants (% in each case meaning percent by weight). While concentrated compositions are more preferred as commercial products, the end user will, as a rule, use dilute compositions which have considerably lower concentrations of active ingredient.

The compositions according to the invention may also comprise other solid or liquid auxiliaries, such as stabilisers, for example epoxidized or unepoxidized vegetable oils (for example epoxidized coconut oil, rapeseed oil or soya bean oil), antifoams, for example silicone oil, preservatives, viscosity regulators, binders and/or tackifiers, and also fertilizers or other active ingredients for achieving specific effects, for example, bactericides, fungicides, nematicides, molluscicides or herbicides.

The compositions according to the invention are produced in a known manner, for example prior to mixing with the auxiliary/auxiliaries by grinding, screening and/or compressing the active ingredient, for example to give a particular particle size, and by intimately mixing and/or grinding the active ingredient with the auxiliary/auxiliaries.

The method according to the invention for controlling pests of the abovementioned type is carried out in a manner known per se to those skilled in the art, depending on the intended aims and prevailing circumstances, that is to say by spraying, wetting, atomizing, dusting, brushing on, seed dressing, scattering or pouring of the composition. Typical use concentrations are between 0.1 and 1000 ppm, preferably between 0.1 and 500 ppm of active ingredient. The application rate may vary within wide ranges and depends on the soil constitution, the type of application (foliar application; seed dressing; application in the seed furrow), the transgenic crop plant, the pest to be controlled, the climatic circumstances prevailing in each case, and other factors determined by the type of application, timing of application and target crop. The application rates per hectare are generally 1 to 2000 g of nitroimino- or nitroguanidino-compound per hectare, in particular 10 to 1000 g/ha, preferably 10 to 500 g/ha, especially preferably 10 to 200 g/ha.

A preferred type of application in the field of crop protection within the scope of invention is application to the foliage of the plants (foliar application), it being possible to adapt frequency and rate of application to the risk of infestation with the pest in question. However, the active ingredient may also enter into the plants via the root system (systemic action), by drenching the site of the plants with a liquid composition or by incorporating the active ingredient in solid form into the site of the plants, for example into the soil, for example in the form of granules (soil application). In the case of paddy rice crops, such granules may be metered into the flooded paddy field.

The compositions according to invention are also suitable for protecting propagation material of transgenic plants, for example seed, such as fruits, tubers or kernels, or plant cuttings, from animal pests, in particular insects and representatives of the order Acarina. The propagation material can be treated with the composition prior to application, for example, seed being dressed prior to sowing. The active ingredient may also be applied to seed kernels (coating), either by soaking the kernels in a liquid composition or by coating them with a solid composition. The composition may also be applied to the site of application when applying the propagation material, for example into the seed furrow during sowing. These treatment methods for plant propagation material and the plant propagation material treated thus are a further subject of the invention.

Examples of formulations of nitroimino- or nitroguanidino-compounds which can be used in the method according to the invention, for instance solutions, granules, dusts, sprayable powders, emulsion concentrates, coated granules and suspension concentrates, are of the type as has been described in, for example, EP-A-580 553, Examples F1 to F10.

BIOLOGICAL EXAMPLES

Table B

The following abreviations are used in the table:

Active Principle of transgenic plant: AP

Photorhabdus luminescens: PL

Xenorhabdus nematophilus: XN

Proteinase Inhibitors: Plnh.

Plant lectins PLec.

Agglutinins: Aggl.

3-Hydroxysteroid oxidase: HO

Cholesteroloxidase: CO

Chitinase: CH

Glucanase: GL

Stilbensynthase SS

TABLE B
APControl of
B.1CryIA(a)Adoxophyes spp.
B.2CryIA(a)Agrotis spp.
B.3CryIA(a)Alabama
argillaceae
B.4CryIA(a)Anticarsia
gemmatalis
B.5CryIA(a)Chilo spp.
B.6CryIA(a)Clysia ambiguella
B.7CryIA(a)Crocidolomia
binotalis
B.8CryIA(a)Cydia spp.
B.9CryIA(a)Diparopsis
castanea
B.10CryIA(a)Earias spp.
B.11CryIA(a)Ephestia spp.
B.12CryIA(a)Heliothis spp.
B.13CryIA(a)Hellula undalis
B.14CryIA(a)Keiferia
lycopersicella
B.15CryIA(a)Leucoptera scitella
B.16CryIA(a)Lithocollethis spp.
B.17CryIA(a)Lobesia botrana
B.18CryIA(a)Ostrinia nubilalis
B.19CryIA(a)Pandemis spp.
B.20CryIA(a)Pectinophora
gossyp.
B.21CryIA(a)Phyllocnistis citrella
B.22CryIA(a)Pieris spp.
B.23CryIA(a)Plutella xylostella
B.24CryIA(a)Scirpophaga spp.
B.25CryIA(a)Sesamia spp.
B.26CryIA(a)Sparganothis spp.
B.27CryIA(a)Spodoptera spp.
B.28CryIA(a)Tortrix spp.
B.29CryIA(a)Trichoplusia ni
B.30CryIA(a)Agriotes spp.
B.31CryIA(a)Anthonomus
grandis
B.32CryIA(a)Curculio spp.
B.33CryIA(a)Diabrotica balteata
B.34CryIA(a)Leptinotarsa spp.
B.35CryIA(a)Lissorhoptrus spp.
B.36CryIA(a)Otiorhynchus spp.
B.37CryIA(a)Aleurothrixus spp.
B.38CryIA(a)Aleyrodes spp.
B.39CryIA(a)Aonidiella spp.
B.40CryIA(a)Aphididae spp.
B.41CryIA(a)Aphis spp.
B.42CryIA(a)Bemisia tabaci
B.43CryIA(a)Empoasca spp.
B.44CryIA(a)Mycus spp.
B.45CryIA(a)Nephotettix spp.
B.46CryIA(a)Nilaparvata spp.
B.47CryIA(a)Pseudococcus spp.
B.48CryIA(a)Psylla spp.
B.49CryIA(a)Quadraspidiotus
spp.
B.50CryIA(a)Schizaphis spp.
B.51CryIA(a)Trialeurodes spp.
B.52CryIA(a)Lyriomyza spp.
B.53CryIA(a)Oscinella spp.
B.54CryIA(a)Phorbia spp.
B.55CryIA(a)Frankliniella spp.
B.56CryIA(a)Thrips spp.
B.57CryIA(a)Scirtothrips aurantii
B.58CryIA(a)Aceria spp.
B.59CryIA(a)Aculus spp.
B.60CryIA(a)Brevipalpus spp.
B.61CryIA(a)Panonychus spp.
B.62CryIA(a)Phyllocoptruta spp.
B.63CryIA(a)Tetranychus spp.
B.64CryIA(a)Heterodera spp.
B.65CryIA(a)Meloidogyne spp.
B.66CryIA(b)Adoxophyes spp.
B.67CryIA(b)Agrotis spp.
B.68CryIA(b)Alabama
argillaceae
B.69CryIA(b)Anticarsia
gemmatalis
B.70CryIA(b)Chilo spp.
B.71CryIA(b)Clysia ambiguella
B.72CryIA(b)Crocidolomia
binotalis
B.73CryIA(b)Cydia spp.
B.74CryIA(b)Diparopsis
castanea
B.75CryIA(b)Earias spp.
B.76CryIA(b)Ephestia spp.
B.77CryIA(b)Heliothis spp.
B.78CryIA(b)Hellula undalis
B.79CryIA(b)Keiferia
lycopersicella
B.80CryIA(b)Leucoptera scitella
B.81CryIA(b)Lithocollethis spp.
B.82CryIA(b)Lobesia botrana
B.83CryIA(b)Ostrinia nubilalis
B.84CryIA(b)Pandemis spp.
B.85CryIA(b)Pectinophora
gossyp.
B.86CryIA(b)Phyllocnistis citrella
B.87CryIA(b)Pieris spp.
B.88CryIA(b)Plutella xylostella
B.89CryIA(b)Scirpophaga spp.
B.90CryIA(b)Sesamia spp.
B.91CryIA(b)Sparganothis spp.
B.92CryIA(b)Spodoptera spp.
B.93CryIA(b)Tortrix spp.
B.94CryIA(b)Trichoplusia ni
B.95CryIA(b)Agriotes spp.
B.96CryIA(b)Anthonomus
grandis
B.97CryIA(b)Curculio spp.
B.98CryIA(b)Diabrotica balteata
B.99CryIA(b)Leptinotarsa spp.
B.100CryIA(b)Lissorhoptrus spp.
B.101CryIA(b)Otiorhynchus spp.
B.102CryIA(b)Aleurothrixus spp.
B.103CryIA(b)Aleyrodes spp.
B.104CryIA(b)Aonidiella spp.
B.105CryIA(b)Aphididae spp.
B.106CryIA(b)Aphis spp.
B.107CryIA(b)Bemisia tabaci
B.108CryIA(b)Empoasca spp.
B.109CryIA(b)Mycus spp.
B.110CryIA(b)Nephotettix spp.
B.111CryIA(b)Nilaparvata spp.
B.112CryIA(b)Pseudococcus spp.
B.113CryIA(b)Psylla spp.
B.114CryIA(b)Quadraspidiotus
spp.
B.115CryIA(b)Schizaphis spp.
B.116CryIA(b)Trialeurodes spp.
B.117CryIA(b)Lyriomyza spp.
B.118CryIA(b)Oscinella spp.
B.119CryIA(b)Phorbia spp.
B.120CryIA(b)Frankliniella spp.
B.121CryIA(b)Thrips spp.
B.122CryIA(b)Scirtothrips aurantii
B.123CryIA(b)Aceria spp.
B.124CryIA(b)Aculus spp.
B.125CryIA(b)Brevipalpus spp.
B.126CryIA(b)Panonychus spp.
B.127CryIA(b)Phyllocoptruta spp.
B.128CryIA(b)Tetranychus spp.
B.129CryIA(b)Heterodera spp.
B.130CryIA(b)Meloidogyne spp.
B.131CryIA(c)Adoxophyes spp.
B.132CryIA(c)Agrotis spp.
B.133CryIA(c)Alabama
argillaceae
B.134CryIA(c)Anticarsia
gemmatalis
B.135CryIA(c)Chilo spp.
B.136CryIA(c)Clysia ambiguella
B.137CryIA(c)Crocidolomia
binotalis
B.138CryIA(c)Cydia spp.
B.139CryIA(c)Diparopsis
castanea
B.140CryIA(c)Earias spp.
B.141CryIA(c)Ephestia spp.
B.142CryIA(c)Heliothis spp.
B.143CryIA(c)Hellula undalis
B.144CryIA(c)Keiferia
lycopersicella
B.145CryIA(c)Leucoptera scitella
B.146CryIA(c)Lithocollethis spp.
B.147CryIA(c)Lobesia botrana
B.148CryIA(c)Ostrinia nubilalis
B.149CryIA(c)Pandemis spp.
B.150CryIA(c)Pectinophora
gossypiella.
B.151CryIA(c)Phyllocnistis citrella
B.152CryIA(c)Pieris spp.
B.153CryIA(c)Plutella xylostella
B.154CryIA(c)Scirpophaga spp.
B.155CryIA(c)Sesamia spp.
B.156CryIA(c)Sparganothis spp.
B.157CryIA(c)Spodoptera spp.
B.158CryIA(c)Tortrix spp.
B.159CryIA(c)Trichoplusia ni
B.160CryIA(c)Agriotes spp.
B.161CryIA(c)Anthonomus
grandis
B.162CryIA(c)Curculio spp.
B.163CryIA(c)Diabrotica balteata
B.164CryIA(c)Leptinotarsa spp.
B.165CryIA(c)Lissorhoptrus spp.
B.166CryIA(c)Otiorhynchus spp.
B.167CryIA(c)Aleurothrixus spp.
B.168CryIA(c)Aleyrodes spp.
B.169CryIA(c)Aonidiella spp.
B.170CryIA(c)Aphididae spp.
B.171CryIA(c)Aphis spp.
B.172CryIA(c)Bemisia tabaci
B.173CryIA(c)Empoasca spp.
B.174CryIA(c)Mycus spp.
B.175CryIA(c)Nephotettix spp.
B.176CryIA(c)Nilaparvata spp.
B.177CryIA(c)Pseudococcus spp.
B.178CryIA(c)Psylla spp.
B.179CryIA(c)Quadraspidiotus
spp.
B.180CryIA(c)Schizaphis spp.
B.181CryIA(c)Trialeurodes spp.
B.182CryIA(c)Lyriomyza spp.
B.183CryIA(c)Oscinella spp.
B.184CryIA(c)Phorbia spp.
B.185CryIA(c)Frankliniella spp.
B.186CryIA(c)Thrips spp.
B.187CryIA(c)Scirtothrips aurantii
B.188CryIA(c)Aceria spp.
B.189CryIA(c)Aculus spp.
B.190CryIA(c)Brevipalpus spp.
B.191CryIA(c)Panonychus spp.
B.192CryIA(c)Phyllocoptruta spp.
B.193CryIA(c)Tetranychus spp.
B.194CryIA(c)Heterodera spp.
B.195CryIA(c)Meloidogyne spp.
B.196CryIIAAdoxophyes spp.
B.197CryIIAAgrotis spp.
B.198CryIIAAlabama
argillaceae
B.199CryIIAAnticarsia
gemmatalis
B.200CryIIAChilo spp.
B.201CryIIAClysia ambiguella
B.202CryIIACrocidolomia
binotalis
B.203CryIIACydia spp.
B.204CryIIADiparopsis
castanea
B.205CryIIAEarias spp.
B.206CryIIAEphestia spp.
B.207CryIIAHeliothis spp.
B.208CryIIAHellula undalis
B.209CryIIAKeiferia
lycopersicella
B.210CryIIALeucoptera scitella
B.211CryIIALithocollethis spp.
B.212CryIIALobesia botrana
B.213CryIIAOstrinia nubilalis
B.214CryIIAPandemis spp.
B.215CryIIAPectinophora
gossyp.
B.216CryIIAPhyllocnistis citrella
B.217CryIIAPieris spp.
B.218CryIIAPlutella xylostella
B.219CryIIAScirpophaga spp.
B.220CryIIASesamia spp.
B.221CryIIASparganothis spp.
B.222CryIIASpodoptera spp.
B.223CryIIATortrix spp.
B.224CryIIATrichoplusia ni
B.225CryIIAAgriotes spp.
B.226CryIIAAnthonomus
grandis
B.227CryIIACurculio spp.
B.228CryIIADiabrotica balteata
B.229CryIIALeptinotarsa spp.
B.230CryIIALissorhoptrus spp.
B.231CryIIAOtiorhynchus spp.
B.232CryIIAAleurothrixus spp.
B.233CryIIAAleyrodes spp.
B.234CryIIAAonidiella spp.
B.235CryIIAAphididae spp.
B.236CryIIAAphis spp.
B.237CryIIABemisia tabaci
B.238CryIIAEmpoasca spp.
B.239CryIIAMycus spp.
B.240CryIIANephotettix spp.
B.241CryIIANilaparvata spp.
B.242CryIIAPseudococcus spp.
B.243CryIIAPsylla spp.
B.244CryIIAQuadraspidiotus
spp.
B.245CryIIASchizaphis spp.
B.246CryIIATrialeurodes spp.
B.247CryIIALyriomyza spp.
B.248CryIIAOscinella spp.
B.249CryIIAPhorbia spp.
B.250CryIIAFrankliniella spp.
B.251CryIIAThrips spp.
B.252CryIIAScirtothrips aurantii
B.253CryIIAAceria spp.
B.254CryIIAAculus spp.
B.255CryIIABrevipalpus spp.
B.256CryIIAPanonychus spp.
B.257CryIIAPhyllocoptruta spp.
B.258CryIIATetranychus spp.
B.259CryIIAHeterodera spp.
B.260CryIIAMeloidogyne spp.
B.261CryIIIAAdoxophyes spp.
B.262CryIIIAAgrotis spp.
B.263CryIIIAAlabama
argillaceae
B.264CryIIIAAnticarsia
gemmatalis
B.265CryIIIAChilo spp.
B.266CryIIIAClysia ambiguella
B.267CryIIIACrocidolomia
binotalis
B.268CryIIIACydia spp.
B.269CryIIIADiparopsis
castanea
B.270CryIIIAEarias spp.
B.271CryIIIAEphestia spp.
B.272CryIIIAHeliothis spp.
B.273CryIIIAHellula undalis
B.274CryIIIAKeiferia
lycopersicella
B.275CryIIIALeucoptera scitella
B.276CryIIIALithocollethis spp.
B.277CryIIIALobesia botrana
B.278CryIIIAOstrinia nubilalis
B.279CryIIIAPandemis spp.
B.280CryIIIAPectinophora
gossyp.
B.281CryIIIAPhyllocnistis citrella
B.282CryIIIAPieris spp.
B.283CryIIIAPlutella xylostella
B.284CryIIIAScirpophaga spp.
B.285CryIIIASesamia spp.
B.286CryIIIASparganothis spp.
B.287CryIIIASpodoptera spp.
B.288CryIIIATortrix spp.
B.289CryIIIATrichoplusia ni
B.290CryIIIAAgriotes spp.
B.291CryIIIAAnthonomus
grandis
B.292CryIIIACurculio spp.
B.293CryIIIADiabrotica balteata
B.294CryIIIALeptinotarsa spp.
B.295CryIIIALissorhoptrus spp.
B.296CryIIIAOtiorhynchus spp.
B.297CryIIIAAleurothrixus spp.
B.298CryIIIAAleyrodes spp.
B.299CryIIIAAonidiella spp.
B.300CryIIIAAphididae spp.
B.301CryIIIAAphis spp.
B.302CryIIIABemisia tabaci
B.303CryIIIAEmpoasca spp.
B.304CryIIIAMycus spp.
B.305CryIIIANephotettix spp.
B.306CryIIIANilaparvata spp.
B.307CryIIIAPseudococcus spp.
B.308CryIIIAPsylla spp.
B.309CryIIIAQuadraspidiotus
spp.
B.310CryIIIASchizaphis spp.
B.311CryIIIATrialeurodes spp.
B.312CryIIIALyriomyza spp.
B.313CryIIIAOscinella spp.
B.314CryIIIAPhorbia spp.
B.315CryIIIAFrankliniella spp.
B.316CryIIIAThrips spp.
B.317CryIIIAScirtothrips aurantii
B.318CryIIIAAceria spp.
B.319CryIIIAAculus spp.
B.320CryIIIABrevipalpus spp.
B.321CryIIIAPanonychus spp.
B.322CryIIIAPhyllocoptruta spp.
B.323CryIIIATetranychus spp.
B.324CryIIIAHeterodera spp.
B.325CryIIIAMeloidogyne spp.
B.326CryIIIB2Adoxophyes spp.
B.327CryIIIB2Agrotis spp.
B.328CryIIIB2Alabama
argillaceae
B.329CryIIIB2Anticarsia
gemmatalis
B.330CryIIIB2Chilo spp.
B.331CryIIIB2Clysia ambiguella
B.332CryIIIB2Crocidolomia
binotalis
B.333CryIIIB2Cydia spp.
B.334CryIIIB2Diparopsis
castanea
B.335CryIIIB2Earias spp.
B.336CryIIIB2Ephestia spp.
B.337CryIIIB2Heliothis spp.
B.338CryIIIB2Hellula undalis
B.339CryIIIB2Keiferia
lycopersicella
B.340CryIIIB2Leucoptera scitella
B.341CryIIIB2Lithocollethis spp.
B.342CryIIIB2Lobesia botrana
B.343CryIIIB2Ostrinia nubilalis
B.344CryIIIB2Pandemis spp.
B.345CryIIIB2Pectinophora
gossyp.
B.346CryIIIB2Phyllocnistis citrella
B.347CryIIIB2Pieris spp.
B.348CryIIIB2Plutella xylostella
B.349CryIIIB2Scirpophaga spp.
B.350CryIIIB2Sesamia spp.
B.351CryIIIB2Sparganothis spp.
B.352CryIIIB2Spodoptera spp.
B.353CryIIIB2Tortrix spp.
B.354CryIIIB2Trichoplusia ni
B.355CryIIIB2Agriotes spp.
B.356CryIIIB2Anthonomus
grandis
B.357CryIIIB2Curculio spp.
B.358CryIIIB2Diabrotica balteata
B.359CryIIIB2Leptinotarsa spp.
B.360CryIIIB2Lissorhoptrus spp.
B.361CryIIIB2Otiorhynchus spp.
B.362CryIIIB2Aleurothrixus spp.
B.363CryIIIB2Aleyrodes spp.
B.364CryIIIB2Aonidiella spp.
B.365CryIIIB2Aphididae spp.
B.366CryIIIB2Aphis spp.
B.367CryIIIB2Bemisia tabaci
B.368CryIIIB2Empoasca spp.
B.369CryIIIB2Mycus spp.
B.370CryIIIB2Nephotettix spp.
B.371CryIIIB2Nilaparvata spp.
B.372CryIIIB2Pseudococcus spp.
B.373CryIIIB2Psylla spp.
B.374CryIIIB2Quadraspidiotus
spp.
B.375CryIIIB2Schizaphis spp.
B.376CryIIIB2Trialeurodes spp.
B.377CryIIIB2Lyriomyza spp.
B.378CryIIIB2Oscinella spp.
B.379CryIIIB2Phorbia spp.
B.380CryIIIB2Frankliniella spp.
B.381CryIIIB2Thrips spp.
B.382CryIIIB2Scirtothrips aurantii
B.383CryIIIB2Aceria spp.
B.384CryIIIB2Aculus spp.
B.385CryIIIB2Brevipalpus spp.
B.386CryIIIB2Panonychus spp.
B.387CryIIIB2Phyllocoptruta spp.
B.388CryIIIB2Tetranychus spp.
B.389CryIIIB2Heterodera spp.
B.390CryIIIB2Meloidogyne spp.
B.391CytAAdoxophyes spp.
B.392CytAAgrotis spp.
B.393CytAAlabama
argillaceae
B.394CytAAnticarsia
gemmatalis
B.395CytAChilo spp.
B.396CytAClysia ambiguella
B.397CytACrocidolomia
binotalis
B.398CytACydia spp.
B.399CytADiparopsis
castanea
B.400CytAEarias spp.
B.401CytAEphestia spp.
B.402CytAHeliothis spp.
B.403CytAHellula undalis
B.404CytAKeiferia
lycopersicella
B.405CytALeucoptera scitella
B.406CytALithocollethis spp.
B.407CytALobesia botrana
B.408CytAOstrinia nubilalis
B.409CytAPandemis spp.
B.410CytAPectinophora
gossyp.
B.411CytAPhyllocnistis citrella
B.412CytAPieris spp.
B.413CytAPlutella xylostella
B.414CytAScirpophaga spp.
B.415CytASesamia spp.
B.416CytASparganothis spp.
B.417CytASpodoptera spp.
B.418CytATortrix spp.
B.419CytATrichoplusia ni
B.420CytAAgriotes spp.
B.421CytAAnthonomus
grandis
B.422CytACurculio spp.
B.423CytADiabrotica balteata
B.424CytALeptinotarsa spp.
B.425CytALissorhoptrus spp.
B.426CytAOtiorhynchus spp.
B.427CytAAleurothrixus spp.
B.428CytAAleyrodes spp.
B.429CytAAonidiella spp.
B.430CytAAphididae spp.
B.431CytAAphis spp.
B.432CytABemisia tabaci
B.433CytAEmpoasca spp.
B.434CytAMycus spp.
B.435CytANephotettix spp.
B.436CytANilaparvata spp.
B.437CytAPseudococcus spp.
B.438CytAPsylla spp.
B.439CytAQuadraspidiotus
spp.
B.440CytASchizaphis spp.
B.441CytATrialeurodes spp.
B.442CytALyriomyza spp.
B.443CytAOscinella spp.
B.444CytAPhorbia spp.
B.445CytAFrankliniella spp.
B.446CytAThrips spp.
B.447CytAScirtothrips aurantii
B.448CytAAceria spp.
B.449CytAAculus spp.
B.450CytABrevipalpus spp.
B.451CytAPanonychus spp.
B.452CytAPhyllocoptruta spp.
B.453CytATetranychus spp.
B.454CytAHeterodera spp.
B.455CytAMeloidogyne spp.
B.456VIP3Adoxophyes spp.
B.457VIP3Agrotis spp.
B.458VIP3Alabama
argillaceae
B.459VIP3Anticarsia
gemmatalis
B.460VIP3Chilo spp.
B.461VIP3Clysia ambiguella
B.462VIP3Crocidolomia
binotalis
B.463VIP3Cydia spp.
B.464VIP3Diparopsis
castanea
B.465VIP3Earias spp.
B.466VIP3Ephestia spp.
B.467VIP3Heliothis spp.
B.468VIP3Hellula undalis
B.469VIP3Keiferia
lycopersicella
B.470VIP3Leucoptera scitella
B.471VIP3Lithocollethis spp.
B.472VIP3Lobesia botrana
B.473VIP3Ostrinia nubilalis
B.474VIP3Pandemis spp.
B.475VIP3Pectinophora
gossyp.
B.476VIP3Phyllocnistis citrella
B.477VIP3Pieris spp.
B.478VIP3Plutella xylostella
B.479VIP3Scirpophaga spp.
B.480VIP3Sesamia spp.
B.481VIP3Sparganothis spp.
B.482VIP3Spodoptera spp.
B.483VIP3Tortrix spp.
B.484VIP3Trichoplusia ni
B.485VIP3Agriotes spp.
B.486VIP3Anthonomus
grandis
B.487VIP3Curculio spp.
B.488VIP3Diabrotica balteata
B.489VIP3Leptinotarsa spp.
B.490VIP3Lissorhoptrus spp.
B.491VIP3Otiorhynchus spp.
B.492VIP3Aleurothrixus spp.
B.493VIP3Aleyrodes spp.
B.494VIP3Aonidiella spp.
B.495VIP3Aphididae spp.
B.496VIP3Aphis spp.
B.497VIP3Bemisia tabaci
B.498VIP3Empoasca spp.
B.499VIP3Mycus spp.
B.500VIP3Nephotettix spp.
B.501VIP3Nilaparvata spp.
B.502VIP3Pseudococcus spp.
B.503VIP3Psylla spp.
B.504VIP3Quadraspidiotus
spp.
B.505VIP3Schizaphis spp.
B.506VIP3Trialeurodes spp.
B.507VIP3Lyriomyza spp.
B.508VIP3Oscinella spp.
B.509VIP3Phorbia spp.
B.510VIP3Frankliniella spp.
B.511VIP3Thrips spp.
B.512VIP3Scirtothrips aurantii
B.513VIP3Aceria spp.
B.514VIP3Aculus spp.
B.515VIP3Brevipalpus spp.
B.516VIP3Panonychus spp.
B.517VIP3Phyllocoptruta spp.
B.518VIP3Tetranychus spp.
B.519VIP3Heterodera spp.
B.520VIP3Meloidogyne spp.
B.521GLAdoxophyes spp.
B.522GLAgrotis spp.
B.523GLAlabama
argillaceae
B.524GLAnticarsia
gemmatalis
B.525GLChilo spp.
B.526GLClysia ambiguella
B.527GLCrocidolomia
binotalis
B.528GLCydia spp.
B.529GLDiparopsis
castanea
B.530GLEarias spp.
B.531GLEphestia spp.
B.532GLHeliothis spp.
B.533GLHellula undalis
B.534GLKeiferia
lycopersicella
B.535GLLeucoptera scitella
B.536GLLithocollethis spp.
B.537GLLobesia botrana
B.538GLOstrinia nubilalis
B.539GLPandemis spp.
B.540GLPectinophora
gossyp.
B.541GLPhyllocnistis citrella
B.542GLPieris spp.
B.543GLPlutella xylostella
B.544GLScirpophaga spp.
B.545GLSesamia spp.
B.546GLSparganothis spp.
B.547GLSpodoptera spp.
B.548GLTortrix spp.
B.549GLTrichoplusia ni
B.550GLAgriotes spp.
B.551GLAnthonomus
grandis
B.552GLCurculio spp.
B.553GLDiabrotica balteata
B.554GLLeptinotarsa spp.
B.555GLLissorhoptrus spp.
B.556GLOtiorhynchus spp.
B.557GLAleurothrixus spp.
B.558GLAleyrodes spp.
B.559GLAonidiella spp.
B.560GLAphididae spp.
B.561GLAphis spp.
B.562GLBemisia tabaci
B.563GLEmpoasca spp.
B.564GLMycus spp.
B.565GLNephotettix spp.
B.566GLNilaparvata spp.
B.567GLPseudococcus spp.
B.568GLPsylla spp.
B.569GLQuadraspidiotus
spp.
B.570GLSchizaphis spp.
B.571GLTrialeurodes spp.
B.572GLLyriomyza spp.
B.573GLOscinella spp.
B.574GLPhorbia spp.
B.575GLFrankliniella spp.
B.576GLThrips spp.
B.577GLScirtothrips aurantii
B.578GLAceria spp.
B.579GLAculus spp.
B.580GLBrevipalpus spp.
B.581GLPanonychus spp.
B.582GLPhyllocoptruta spp.
B.583GLTetranychus spp.
B.584GLHeterodera spp.
B.585GLMeloidogyne spp.
B.586PLAdoxophyes spp.
B.587PLAgrotis spp.
B.588PLAlabama
argillaceae
B.589PLAnticarsia
gemmatalis
B.590PLChilo spp.
B.591PLClysia ambiguella
B.592PLCrocidolomia
binotalis
B.593PLCydia spp.
B.594PLDiparopsis
castanea
B.595PLEarias spp.
B.596PLEphestia spp.
B.597PLHeliothis spp.
B.598PLHellula undalis
B.599PLKeiferia
lycopersicella
B.600PLLeucoptera scitella
B.601PLLithocollethis spp.
B.602PLLobesia botrana
B.603PLOstrinia nubilalis
B.604PLPandemis spp.
B.605PLPectinophora
gossyp.
B.606PLPhyllocnistis citrella
B.607PLPieris spp.
B.608PLPlutella xylostella
B.609PLScirpophaga spp.
B.610PLSesamia spp.
B.611PLSparganothis spp.
B.612PLSpodoptera spp.
B.613PLTortrix spp.
B.614PLTrichoplusia ni
B.615PLAgriotes spp.
B.616PLAnthonomus
grandis
B.617PLCurculio spp.
B.618PLDiabrotica balteata
B.619PLLeptinotarsa spp.
B.620PLLissorhoptrus spp.
B.621PLOtiorhynchus spp.
B.622PLAleurothrixus spp.
B.623PLAleyrodes spp.
B.624PLAonidiella spp.
B.625PLAphididae spp.
B.626PLAphis spp.
B.627PLBemisia tabaci
B.628PLEmpoasca spp.
B.629PLMycus spp.
B.630PLNephotettix spp.
B.631PLNilaparvata spp.
B.632PLPseudococcus spp.
B.633PLPsylla spp.
B.634PLQuadraspidiotus
spp.
B.635PLSchizaphis spp.
B.636PLTrialeurodes spp.
B.637PLLyriomyza spp.
B.638PLOscinella spp.
B.639PLPhorbia spp.
B.640PLFrankliniella spp.
B.641PLThrips spp.
B.642PLScirtothrips aurantii
B.643PLAceria spp.
B.644PLAculus spp.
B.645PLBrevipalpus spp.
B.646PLPanonychus spp.
B.647PLPhyllocoptruta spp.
B.648PLTetranychus spp.
B.649PLHeterodera spp.
B.650PLMeloidogyne spp.
B.651XNAdoxophyes spp.
B.652XNAgrotis spp.
B.653XNAlabama
argillaceae
B.654XNAnticarsia
gemmatalis
B.655XNChilo spp.
B.656XNClysia ambiguella
B.657XNCrocidolomia
binotalis
B.658XNCydia spp.
B.659XNDiparopsis
castanea
B.660XNEarias spp.
B.661XNEphestia spp.
B.662XNHeliothis spp.
B.663XNHellula undalis
B.664XNKeiferia
lycopersicella
B.665XNLeucoptera scitella
B.666XNLithocollethis spp.
B.667XNLobesia botrana
B.668XNOstrinia nubilalis
B.669XNPandemis spp.
B.670XNPectinophora
gossyp.
B.671XNPhyllocnistis citrella
B.672XNPieris spp.
B.673XNPlutella xylostella
B.674XNScirpophaga spp.
B.675XNSesamia spp.
B.676XNSparganothis spp.
B.677XNSpodoptera spp.
B.678XNTortrix spp.
B.679XNTrichoplusia ni
B.680XNAgriotes spp.
B.681XNAnthonomus
grandis
B.682XNCurculio spp.
B.683XNDiabrotica balteata
B.684XNLeptinotarsa spp.
B.685XNLissorhoptrus spp.
B.686XNOtiorhynchus spp.
B.687XNAleurothrixus spp.
B.688XNAleyrodes spp.
B.689XNAonidiella spp.
B.690XNAphididae spp.
B.691XNAphis spp.
B.692XNBemisia tabaci
B.693XNEmpoasca spp.
B.694XNMycus spp.
B.695XNNephotettix spp.
B.696XNNilaparvata spp.
B.697XNPseudococcus spp.
B.698XNPsylla spp.
B.699XNQuadraspidiotus
spp.
B.700XNSchizaphis spp.
B.701XNTrialeurodes spp.
B.702XNLyriomyza spp.
B.703XNOscinella spp.
B.704XNPhorbia spp.
B.705XNFrankliniella spp.
B.706XNThrips spp.
B.707XNScirtothrips aurantii
B.708XNAceria spp.
B.709XNAculus spp.
B.710XNBrevipalpus spp.
B.711XNPanonychus spp.
B.712XNPhyllocoptruta spp.
B.713XNTetranychus spp.
B.714XNHeterodera spp.
B.715XNMeloidogyne spp.
B.716PInh.Adoxophyes spp.
B.717PInh.Agrotis spp.
B.718PInh.Alabama
argillaceae
B.719PInh.Anticarsia
gemmatalis
B.720PInh.Chilo spp.
B.721PInh.Clysia ambiguella
B.722PInh.Crocidolomia
binotalis
B.723PInh.Cydia spp.
B.724PInh.Diparopsis
castanea
B.725PInh.Earias spp.
B.726PInh.Ephestia spp.
B.727PInh.Heliothis spp.
B.728PInh.Hellula undalis
B.729PInh.Keiferia
lycopersicella
B.730PInh.Leucoptera scitella
B.731PInh.Lithocollethis spp.
B.732PInh.Lobesia botrana
B.733PInh.Ostrinia nubilalis
B.734PInh.Pandemis spp.
B.735PInh.Pectinophora
gossyp.
B.736PInh.Phyllocnistis citrella
B.737PInh.Pieris spp.
B.738PInh.Plutella xylostella
B.739PInh.Scirpophaga spp.
B.740PInh.Sesamia spp.
B.741PInh.Sparganothis spp.
B.742PInh.Spodoptera spp.
B.743PInh.Tortrix spp.
B.744PInh.Trichoplusia ni
B.745PInh.Agriotes spp.
B.746PInh.Anthonomus
grandis
B.747PInh.Curculio spp.
B.748PInh.Diabrotica balteata
B.749PInh.Leptinotarsa spp.
B.750PInh.Lissorhoptrus spp.
B.751PInh.Otiorhynchus spp.
B.752PInh.Aleurothrixus spp.
B.753PInh.Aleyrodes spp.
B.754PInh.Aonidiella spp.
B.755PInh.Aphididae spp.
B.756PInh.Aphis spp.
B.757PInh.Bemisia tabaci
B.758PInh.Empoasca spp.
B.759PInh.Mycus spp.
B.760PInh.Nephotettix spp.
B.761PInh.Nilaparvata spp.
B.762PInh.Pseudococcus spp.
B.763PInh.Psylla spp.
B.764PInh.Quadraspidiotus
spp.
B.765PInh.Schizaphis spp.
B.766PInh.Trialeurodes spp.
B.767PInh.Lyriomyza spp.
B.768PInh.Oscinella spp.
B.769PInh.Phorbia spp.
B.770PInh.Frankliniella spp.
B.771PInh.Thrips spp.
B.772PInh.Scirtothrips aurantii
B.773PInh.Aceria spp.
B.774PInh.Aculus spp.
B.775PInh.Brevipalpus spp.
B.776PInh.Panonychus spp.
B.777PInh.Phyllocoptruta spp.
B.778PInh.Tetranychus spp.
B.779PInh.Heterodera spp.
B.780PInh.Meloidogyne spp.
B.781PLec.Adoxophyes spp.
B.782PLec.Agrotis spp.
B.783PLec.Alabama
argillaceae
B.784PLec.Anticarsia
gemmatalis
B.785PLec.Chilo spp.
B.786PLec.Clysia ambiguella
B.787PLec.Crocidolomia
binotalis
B.788PLec.Cydia spp.
B.789PLec.Diparopsis
castanea
B.790PLec.Earias spp.
B.791PLec.Ephestia spp.
B.792PLec.Heliothis spp.
B.793PLec.Hellula undalis
B.794PLec.Keiferia
lycopersicella
B.795PLec.Leucoptera scitella
B.796PLec.Lithocollethis spp.
B.797PLec.Lobesia botrana
B.798PLec.Ostrinia nubilalis
B.799PLec.Pandemis spp.
B.800PLec.Pectinophora
gossyp.
B.801PLec.Phyllocnistis citrella
B.802PLec.Pieris spp.
B.803PLec.Plutella xylostella
B.804PLec.Scirpophaga spp.
B.805PLec.Sesamia spp.
B.806PLec.Sparganothis spp.
B.807PLec.Spodoptera spp.
B.808PLec.Tortrix spp.
B.809PLec.Trichoplusia ni
B.810PLec.Agriotes spp.
B.811PLec.Anthonomus
grandis
B.812PLec.Curculio spp.
B.813PLec.Diabrotica balteata
B.814PLec.Leptinotarsa spp.
B.815PLec.Lissorhoptrus spp.
B.816PLec.Otiorhynchus spp.
B.817PLec.Aleurothrixus spp.
B.818PLec.Aleyrodes spp.
B.819PLec.Aonidiella spp.
B.820PLec.Aphididae spp.
B.821PLec.Aphis spp.
B.822PLec.Bemisia tabaci
B.823PLec.Empoasca spp.
B.824PLec.Mycus spp.
B.825PLec.Nephotettix spp.
B.826PLec.Nilaparvata spp.
B.827PLec.Pseudococcus spp.
B.828PLec.Psylla spp.
B.829PLec.Quadraspidiotus
spp.
B.830PLec.Schizaphis spp.
B.831PLec.Trialeurodes spp.
B.832PLec.Lyriomyza spp.
B.833PLec.Oscinella spp.
B.834PLec.Phorbia spp.
B.835PLec.Frankliniella spp.
B.836PLec.Thrips spp.
B.837PLec.Scirtothrips aurantii
B.838PLec.Aceria spp.
B.839PLec.Aculus spp.
B.840PLec.Brevipalpus spp.
B.841PLec.Panonychus spp.
B.842PLec.Phyllocoptruta spp.
B.843PLec.Tetranychus spp.
B.844PLec.Heterodera spp.
B.845PLec.Meloidogyne spp.
B.846Aggl.Adoxophyes spp.
B.847Aggl.Agrotis spp.
B.848Aggl.Alabama
argillaceae
B.849Aggl.Anticarsia
gemmatalis
B.850Aggl.Chilo spp.
B.851Aggl.Clysia ambiguella
B.852Aggl.Crocidolomia
binotalis
B.853Aggl.Cydia spp.
B.854Aggl.Diparopsis
castanea
B.855Aggl.Earias spp.
B.856Aggl.Ephestia spp.
B.857Aggl.Heliothis spp.
B.858Aggl.Hellula undalis
B.859Aggl.Keiferia
lycopersicella
B.860Aggl.Leucoptera scitella
B.861Aggl.Lithocollethis spp.
B.862Aggl.Lobesia botrana
B.863Aggl.Ostrinia nubilalis
B.864Aggl.Pandemis spp.
B.865Aggl.Pectinophora
gossyp.
B.866Aggl.Phyllocnistis citrella
B.867Aggl.Pieris spp.
B.868Aggl.Plutella xylostella
B.869Aggl.Scirpophaga spp.
B.870Aggl.Sesamia spp.
B.871Aggl.Sparganothis spp.
B.872Aggl.Spodoptera spp.
B.873Aggl.Tortrix spp.
B.874Aggl.Trichoplusia ni
B.875Aggl.Agriotes spp.
B.876Aggl.Anthonomus
grandis
B.877Aggl.Curculio spp.
B.878Aggl.Diabrotica balteata
B.879Aggl.Leptinotarsa spp.
B.880Aggl.Lissorhoptrus spp.
B.881Aggl.Otiorhynchus spp.
B.882Aggl.Aleurothrixus spp.
B.883Aggl.Aleyrodes spp.
B.884Aggl.Aonidiella spp.
B.885Aggl.Aphididae spp.
B.886Aggl.Aphis spp.
B.887Aggl.Bemisia tabaci
B.888Aggl.Empoasca spp.
B.889Aggl.Mycus spp.
B.890Aggl.Nephotettix spp.
B.891Aggl.Nilaparvata spp.
B.892Aggl.Pseudococcus spp.
B.893Aggl.Psylla spp.
B.894Aggl.Quadraspidiotus
spp.
B.895Aggl.Schizaphis spp.
B.896Aggl.Trialeurodes spp.
B.897Aggl.Lyriomyza spp.
B.898Aggl.Oscinella spp.
B.899Aggl.Phorbia spp.
B.900Aggl.Frankliniella spp.
B.901Aggl.Thrips spp.
B.902Aggl.Scirtothrips aurantii
B.903Aggl.Aceria spp.
B.904Aggl.Aculus spp.
B.905Aggl.Brevipalpus spp.
B.906Aggl.Panonychus spp.
B.907Aggl.Phyllocoptruta spp.
B.908Aggl.Tetranychus spp.
B.909Aggl.Heterodera spp.
B.910Aggl.Meloidogyne spp.
B.911COAdoxophyes spp.
B.912COAgrotis spp.
B.913COAlabama
argillaceae
B.914COAnticarsia
gemmatalis
B.915COChilo spp.
B.916COClysia ambiguella
B.917COCrocidolomia
binotalis
B.918COCydia spp.
B.919CODiparopsis
castanea
B.920COEarias spp.
B.921COEphestia spp.
B.922COHeliothis spp.
B.923COHellula undalis
B.924COKeiferia
lycopersicella
B.925COLeucoptera scitella
B.926COLithocollethis spp.
B.927COLobesia botrana
B.928COOstrinia nubilalis
B.929COPandemis spp.
B.930COPectinophora
gossyp.
B.931COPhyllocnistis citrella
B.932COPieris spp.
B.933COPlutella xylostella
B.934COScirpophaga spp.
B.935COSesamia spp.
B.936COSparganothis spp.
B.937COSpodoptera spp.
B.938COTortrix spp.
B.939COTrichoplusia ni
B.940COAgriotes spp.
B.941COAnthonomus
grandis
B.942COCurculio spp.
B.943CODiabrotica balteata
B.944COLeptinotarsa spp.
B.945COLissorhoptrus spp.
B.946COOtiorhynchus spp.
B.947COAleurothrixus spp.
B.948COAleyrodes spp.
B.949COAonidiella spp.
B.950COAphididae spp.
B.951COAphis spp.
B.952COBemisia tabaci
B.953COEmpoasca spp.
B.954COMycus spp.
B.955CONephotettix spp.
B.956CONilaparvata spp.
B.957COPseudococcus spp.
B.958COPsylla spp.
B.959COQuadraspidiotus
spp.
B.960COSchizaphis spp.
B.961COTrialeurodes spp.
B.962COLyriomyza spp.
B.963COOscinella spp.
B.964COPhorbia spp.
B.965COFrankliniella spp.
B.966COThrips spp.
B.967COScirtothrips aurantii
B.968COAceria spp.
B.969COAculus spp.
B.970COBrevipalpus spp.
B.971COPanonychus spp.
B.972COPhyllocoptruta spp.
B.973COTetranychus spp.
B.974COHeterodera spp.
B.975COMeloidogyne spp.
B.976CHAdoxophyes spp.
B.977CHAgrotis spp.
B.978CHAlabama
argillaceae
B.979CHAnticarsia
gemmatalis
B.980CHChilo spp.
B.981CHClysia ambiguella
B.982CHCrocidolomia
binotalis
B.983CHCydia spp.
B.984CHDiparopsis
castanea
B.985CHEarias spp.
B.986CHEphestia spp.
B.987CHHeliothis spp.
B.988CHHellula undalis
B.989CHKeiferia
lycopersicella
B.990CHLeucoptera scitella
B.991CHLithocollethis spp.
B.992CHLobesia botrana
B.993CHOstrinia nubilalis
B.994CHPandemis spp.
B.995CHPectinophora
gossyp.
B.996CHPhyllocnistis citrella
B.997CHPieris spp.
B.998CHPlutella xylostella
B.999CHScirpophaga spp.
B.1000CHSesamia spp.
B.1001CHSparganothis spp.
B.1002CHSpodoptera spp.
B.1003CHTortrix spp.
B.1004CHTrichoplusia ni
B.1005CHAgriotes spp.
B.1006CHAnthonomus
grandis
B.1007CHCurculio spp.
B.1008CHDiabrotica balteata
B.1009CHLeptinotarsa spp.
B.1010CHLissorhoptrus spp.
B.1011CHOtiorhynchus spp.
B.1012CHAleurothrixus spp.
B.1013CHAleyrodes spp.
B.1014CHAonidiella spp.
B.1015CHAphididae spp.
B.1016CHAphis spp.
B.1017CHBemisia tabaci
B.1018CHEmpoasca spp.
B.1019CHMycus spp.
B.1020CHNephotettix spp.
B.1021CHNilaparvata spp.
B.1022CHPseudococcus spp.
B.1023CHPsylla spp.
B.1024CHQuadraspidiotus
spp.
B.1025CHSchizaphis spp.
B.1026CHTrialeurodes spp.
B.1027CHLyriomyza spp.
B.1028CHOscinella spp.
B.1029CHPhorbia spp.
B.1030CHFrankliniella spp.
B.1031CHThrips spp.
B.1032CHScirtothrips aurantii
B.1033CHAceria spp.
B.1034CHAculus spp.
B.1035CHBrevipalpus spp.
B.1036CHPanonychus spp.
B.1037CHPhyllocoptruta spp.
B.1038CHTetranychus spp.
B.1039CHHeterodera spp.
B.1040CHMeloidogyne spp.
B.1041SSAdoxophyes spp.
B.1042SSAgrotis spp.
B.1043SSAlabama
argillaceae
B.1044SSAnticarsia
gemmatalis
B.1045SSChilo spp.
B.1046SSClysia ambiguella
B.1047SSCrocidolomia
binotalis
B.1048SSCydia spp.
B.1049SSDiparopsis
castanea
B.1050SSEarias spp.
B.1051SSEphestia spp.
B.1052SSHeliothis spp.
B.1053SSHellula undalis
B.1054SSKeiferia
lycopersicella
B.1055SSLeucoptera scitella
B.1056SSLithocollethis spp.
B.1057SSLobesia botrana
B.1058SSOstrinia nubilalis
B.1059SSPandemis spp.
B.1060SSPectinophora
gossyp.
B.1061SSPhyllocnistis citrella
B.1062SSPieris spp.
B.1063SSPlutella xylostella
B.1064SSScirpophaga spp.
B.1065SSSesamia spp.
B.1066SSSparganothis spp.
B.1067SSSpodoptera spp.
B.1068SSTortrix spp.
B.1069SSTrichoplusia ni
B.1070SSAgriotes spp.
B.1071SSAnthonomus
grandis
B.1072SSCurculio spp.
B.1073SSDiabrotica balteata
B.1074SSLeptinotarsa spp.
B.1075SSLissorhoptrus spp.
B.1076SSOtiorhynchus spp.
B.1077SSAleurothrixus spp.
B.1078SSAleyrodes spp.
B.1079SSAonidiella spp.
B.1080SSAphididae spp.
B.1081SSAphis spp.
B.1082SSBemisia tabaci
B.1083SSEmpoasca spp.
B.1084SSMycus spp.
B.1085SSNephotettix spp.
B.1086SSNilaparvata spp.
B.1087SSPseudococcus spp.
B.1088SSPsylla spp.
B.1089SSQuadraspidiotus
spp.
B.1090SSSchizaphis spp.
B.1091SSTrialeurodes spp.
B.1092SSLyriomyza spp.
B.1093SSOscinella spp.
B.1094SSPhorbia spp.
B.1095SSFrankliniella spp.
B.1096SSThrips spp.
B.1097SSScirtothrips aurantii
B.1098SSAceria spp.
B.1099SSAculus spp.
B.1100SSBrevipalpus spp.
B.1101SSPanonychus spp.
B.1102SSPhyllocoptruta spp.
B.1103SSTetranychus spp.
B.1104SSHeterodera spp.
B.1105SSMeloidogyne spp.
B.1106HOAdoxophyes spp.
B.1107HOAgrotis spp.
B.1108HOAlabama
argillaceae
B.1109HOAnticarsia
gemmatalis
B.1110HOChilo spp.
B.1111HOClysia ambiguella
B.1112HOCrocidolomia
binotalis
B.1113HOCydia spp.
B.1114HODiparopsis
castanea
B.1115HOEarias spp.
B.1116HOEphestia spp.
B.1117HOHeliothis spp.
B.1118HOHellula undalis
B.1119HOKeiferia
lycopersicella
B.1120HOLeucoptera scitella
B.1121HOLithocollethis spp.
B.1122HOLobesia botrana
B.1123HOOstrinia nubilalis
B.1124HOPandemis spp.
B.1125HOPectinophora
gossypiella
B.1126HOPhyllocnistis citrella
B.1127HOPieris spp.
B.1128HOPlutella xylostella
B.1129HOScirpophaga spp.
B.1130HOSesamia spp.
B.1131HOSparganothis spp.
B.1132HOSpodoptera spp.
B.1133HOTortrix spp.
B.1134HOTrichoplusia ni
B.1135HOAgriotes spp.
B.1136HOAnthonomus
grandis
B.1137HOCurculio spp.
B.1138HODiabrotica balteata
B.1139HOLeptinotarsa spp.
B.1140HOLissorhoptrus spp.
B.1141HOOtiorhynchus spp.
B.1142HOAleurothrixus spp.
B.1143HOAleyrodes spp.
B.1144HOAonidiella spp.
B.1145HOAphididae spp.
B.1146HOAphis spp.
B.1147HOBemisia tabaci
B.1148HOEmpoasca spp.
B.1149HOMycus spp.
B.1150HONephotettix spp.
B.1151HONilaparvata spp.
B.1152HOPseudococcus spp.
B.1153HOPsylla spp.
B.1154HOQuadraspidiotus
spp.
B.1155HOSchizaphis spp.
B.1156HOTrialeurodes spp.
B.1157HOLyriomyza spp.
B.1158HOOscinella spp.
B.1159HOPhorbia spp.
B.1160HOFrankliniella spp.
B.1161HOThrips spp.
B.1162HOScirtothrips aurantii
B.1163HOAceria spp.
B.1164HOAculus spp.
B.1165HOBrevipalpus spp.
B.1166HOPanonychus spp.
B.1167HOPhyllocoptruta spp.
B.1168HOTetranychus spp.
B.1169HOHeterodera spp.
B.1170HOMeloidogyne spp.

BIOLOGICAL EXAMPLES

Table 1: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of thiamethoxam to transgenic cotton, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 2: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of thiamethoxam to transgenic rice, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 3: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of thiamethoxam to transgenic potatoes, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 4: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of thiamethoxam to transgenic brassica, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 5: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of thiamethoxam to transgenic tomatoes, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 6: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of thiamethoxam to transgenic cucurbits, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 7: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of thiamethoxam to transgenic soybeans, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 8: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of thiamethoxam to transgenic maize, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 9: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of thiamethoxam to transgenic wheat, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 10: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of thiamethoxam to transgenic bananas, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 11: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of thiamethoxam to transgenic citrus trees, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 12: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of thiamethoxam to transgenic pome fruit trees, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 13: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of thiamethoxam to transgenic peppers, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 14: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of imidacloprid to transgenic cotton, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 15: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of imidacloprid to transgenic rice, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 16: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of imidacloprid to transgenic potatoes, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 17: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of imidacloprid to transgenic tomatoes, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 18: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of imidacloprid to transgenic cucurbits, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 19: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of imidacloprid to transgenic soybeans, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 20: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of imidacloprid to transgenic maize, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 21: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of imidacloprid to transgenic wheat, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 22: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of imidacloprid to transgenic bananas, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 23: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of imidacloprid to transgenic orange trees, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 24: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of imidacloprid to transgenic pome fruit, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 25: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of imidacloprid to transgenic cucurbits, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 26: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of imidacloprid to transgenic peppers, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 27: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of Ti-435 to transgenic cotton, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 28: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of Ti-435 to transgenic rice, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 29: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of Ti-435 to transgenic potatoes, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 30: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of Ti-435 to transgenic brassica, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 31: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of Ti-435 to transgenic tomatoes, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 32: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of Ti-435 to transgenic cucurbits, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 33: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of Ti-435 to transgenic soybeans, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 34: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of Ti-435 to transgenic maize, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 35: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of Ti-435 to transgenic wheat, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 36: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of Ti-435 to transgenic bananas, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 37: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of Ti-435 to transgenic citrus trees, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 38: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of Ti-435 to transgenic pome fruit trees, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 39: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of thiacloprid to transgenic cotton, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 40: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of thiacloprid to transgenic rice, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 41: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of thiacloprid to transgenic potatoes, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 42: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of thiacloprid to transgenic brassica, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 43: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of thiacloprid to transgenic tomatoes, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 44: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of thiacloprid to transgenic cucurbits, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 45: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of thiacloprid to transgenic soybeans, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 46: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of thiacloprid to transgenic maize, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 47: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of thiacloprid to transgenic wheat, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table 48: A method of controlling pests comprising the application of thiacloprid to transgenic bananas, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the pest to be controlled correspond to anyone of the individualised combinations B.1 to B.1170 of table B.

Table C:

Abbreviations:

Acetyl-COA Carboxylase: ACCase

Acetolactate Synthase: ALS

Hydroxyphenylpyruvat dioxygenase: HPPD

Inhibition of protein synthesis: IPS

Hormone mimic: HO

Glutamine Synthetase: GS

Protoporphyrinogen oxidase: PROTOX

5-Enolpyruvyl-3-Phosphoshikimate Synthase: EPSPS

PrincipleTolerant toCrop
C.1ALSSulfonylureas etc.***Cotton
C.2ALSSulfonylureas etc.***Rice
C.3ALSSulfonylureas etc.***Brassica
C.4ALSSulfonylureas etc.***Potatoes
C.5ALSSulfonylureas etc.***Tomatoes
C.6ALSSulfonylureas etc.***Cucurbits
C.7ALSSulfonylureas etc.***Soybeans
C.8ALSSulfonylureas etc.***Maize
C.9ALSSulfonylureas etc.***Wheat
C.10ALSSulfonylureas etc.***pome fruit
C.11ALSSulfonylureas etc.***stone fruit
C.12ALSSulfonylureas etc.***citrus
C.13ACCase+++Cotton
C.14ACCase+++Rice
C.15ACCase+++Brassica
C.16ACCase+++Potatoes
C.17ACCase+++Tomatoes
C.18ACCase+++Cucurbits
C.19ACCase+++Soybeans
C.20ACCase+++Maize
C.21ACCase+++Wheat
C.22ACCase+++pome fruit
C.23ACCase+++stone fruit
C.24ACCase+++citrus
C.25HPPDIsoxaflutol, Isoxachlotol, Sulcotrion,Cotton
Mesotrion
C.26HPPDIsoxaflutol, Isoxachlotol, Sulcotrion,Rice
Mesotrion
C.27HPPDIsoxaflutol, Isoxachlotol, Sulcotrion,Brassica
Mesotrion
C.28HPPDIsoxaflutol, Isoxachlotol, Sulcotrion,Potatoes
Mesotrion
C.29HPPDIsoxaflutol, Isoxachlotol, Sulcotrion,Tomatoes
Mesotrion
C.30HPPDIsoxaflutol, Isoxachlotol, Sulcotrion,Cucurbits
Mesotrion
C.31HPPDIsoxaflutol, Isoxachlotol, Sulcotrion,Soybeans
Mesotrion
C.32HPPDIsoxaflutol, Isoxachlotol, Sulcotrion,Maize
Mesotrion
C.33HPPDIsoxaflutol, Isoxachlotol, Sulcotrion,Wheat
Mesotrion
C.34HPPDIsoxaflutol, Isoxachlotol, Sulcotrion,pome fruit
Mesotrion
C.35HPPDIsoxaflutol, Isoxachlotol, Sulcotrion,stone fruit
Mesotrion
C.36HPPDIsoxaflutol, Isoxachlotol, Sulcotrion,citrus
Mesotrion
C.37NitrilaseBromoxynil, loxynilCotton
C.38NitrilaseBromoxynil, loxynilRice
C.39NitrilaseBromoxynil, loxynilBrassica
C.40NitrilaseBromoxynil, loxynilPotatoes
C.41NitrilaseBromoxynil, loxynilTomatoes
C.42NitrilaseBromoxynil, loxynilCucurbits
C.43NitrilaseBromoxynil, loxynilSoybeans
C.44NitrilaseBromoxynil, loxynilMaize
C.45NitrilaseBromoxynil, loxynilWheat
C.46NitrilaseBromoxynil, loxynilpome fruit
C.47NitrilaseBromoxynil, loxynilstone fruit
C.48NitrilaseBromoxynil, loxynilcitrus
C.49IPSChloroactanilides &&&Cotton
C.50IPSChloroactanilides &&&Rice
C.51IPSChloroactanilide &&&sBrassica
C.52IPSChloroactanilides &&&Potatoes
C.53IPSChloroactanilides &&&Tomatoes
C.54IPSChloroactanilides &&&Cucurbits
C.55IPSChloroactanilides &&&Soybeans
C.56IPSChloroactanilides &&&Maize
C.57IPSChloroactanilides &&&Wheat
C.58IPSChloroactanilides &&&pome fruit
C.59IPSChloroactanilides &&&stone fruit
C.60IPSChloroactanilides &&&citrus
C.61HOM2,4-D, Mecoprop-PCotton
C.62HOM2,4-D, Mecoprop-PRice
C.63HOM2,4-D, Mecoprop-PBrassica
C.64HOM2,4-D, Mecoprop-PPotatoes
C.65HOM2,4-D, Mecoprop-PTomatoes
C.66HOM2,4-D, Mecoprop-PCucurbits
C.67HOM2,4-D, Mecoprop-PSoybeans
C.68HOM2,4-D, Mecoprop-PMaize
C.69HOM2,4-D, Mecoprop-PWheat
C.70HOM2,4-D, Mecoprop-Ppome fruit
C.71HOM2,4-D, Mecoprop-Pstone fruit
C.72HOM2,4-D, Mecoprop-Pcitrus
C.73PROTOXProtox inhibitors ///Cotton
C.74PROTOXProtox inhibitors ///Rice
C.75PROTOXProtox inhibitors ///Brassica
C.76PROTOXProtox inhibitors ///Potatoes
C.77PROTOXProtox inhibitors ///Tomatoes
C.78PROTOXProtox inhibitors ///Cucurbits
C.79PROTOXProtox inhibitors ///Soybeans
C.80PROTOXProtox inhibitors ///Maize
C.81PROTOXProtox inhibitors ///Wheat
C.82PROTOXProtox inhibitors ///pome fruit
C.83PROTOXProtox inhibitors ///stone fruit
C.84PROTOXProtox inhibitors ///citrus
C.85EPSPSGlyphosate and/or SulphosateCotton
C.86EPSPSGlyphosate and/or SulphosateRice
C.87EPSPSGlyphosate and/or SulphosateBrassica
C.88EPSPSGlyphosate and/or SulphosatePotatoes
C.89EPSPSGlyphosate and/or SulphosateTomatoes
C.90EPSPSGlyphosate and/or SulphosateCucurbits
C.91EPSPSGlyphosate and/or SulphosateSoybeans
C.92EPSPSGlyphosate and/or SulphosateMaize
C.93EPSPSGlyphosate and/or SulphosateWheat
C.94EPSPSGlyphosate and/or Sulphosatepome fruit
C.95EPSPSGlyphosate and/or Sulphosatestone fruit
C.96EPSPSGlyphosate and/or Sulphosatecitrus
C.97GSGluphosinate and/or BialaphosCotton
C.98GSGluphosinate and/or BialaphosRice
C.99GSGluphosinate and/or BialaphosBrassica
C.100GSGluphosinate and/or BialaphosPotatoes
C.101GSGluphosinate and/or BialaphosTomatoes
C.102GSGluphosinate and/or BialaphosCucurbits
C.103GSGluphosinate and/or BialaphosSoybeans
C.104GSGluphosinate and/or BialaphosMaize
C.105GSGluphosinate and/or BialaphosWheat
C.106GSGluphosinate and/or Bialaphospome fruit
C.107GSGluphosinate and/or Bialaphosstone fruit
C.108GSGluphosinate and/or Bialaphoscitrus

***Included are Sulfonylureas, Imidazolinones, Triazolopyrimidines, Dimethoxypyrimidines and N-Acylsulfonamides:

Sulfonylureas such as Chlorsulfuron, Chlorimuron, Ethamethsulfuron, Metsulfuron, Primisulfuron, Prosulfuron, Triasulfuron, Cinosulfuron, Trifusulfuron, Oxasulfuron, Bensulfuron, Tribenuron, ACC 322140, Fluzasulfuron, Ethoxysulfuron, Fluzasdulfuron, Nicosulfuron, Rimsulfuron, Thifensulfuron, Pyrazosulfuron, Clopyrasulfuron, NC 330, Azimsulfuron, Imazosulfuron, Sulfosulfuron, Amidosulfuron, Flupyrsulfuron, CGA 362622
Imidazolinones such as Imazamethabenz, Imazaquin, Imazamethypyr, Imazethapyr, Imazapyr and Imazamox;
Triazolopyrimidines such as DE 511, Flumetsulam and Chloransulam;
Dimethoxypyrimidines such as Pyrithiobac, Pyriminobac, Bispyribac and Pyribenzoxim.
+++ Tolerant to Diclofop-methyl, Fluazifop-P-butyl, Haloxyfop-P-methyl, Haloxyfop-P-ethyl, Quizalafop-P-ethyl, clodinafop propargyl, fenoxaprop-ethyl, -Tepraloxydim, Alloxydim, Sethoxydim, Cycloxydim, Cloproxydim, Tralkoxydim, Butoxydim, Caloxydim, Clefoxydim, Clethodim.
&&& Chloroacetanilides such as Alachlor Acetochlor, Dimethenamid
/// Protox inhibitors: For instance diphenyethers such as Acifluorfen, Aclonifen, Bifenox, Chlornitrofen, Ethoxyfen, Fluoroglycofen, Fomesafen, Lactofen, Oxyfluorfen; Imides such as Azafenidin, Carfentrazone-ethyl, Cinidon-ethyl, Flumiclorac-pentyl, Flumioxazin, Fluthiacet-methyl, Oxadiargyl, Oxadiazon, Pentoxazone, Sulfentrazone, Imides and others, such as Flumipropyn, Flupropacil, Nipyraclofen and Thidiazimin; and further Fluazolate and Pyraflufen-ethyl

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Table 59: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Earias comprising the application of thiamethoxam to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

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Table 62: A method of controlling Hellula undalis comprising the application of thiamethoxam to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 63: A method of controlling Keiferia lycopersicella comprising the application of thiamethoxam to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

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Table 66: A method of controlling Lobesia botrana comprising the application of thiamethoxam to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 67: A method of controlling Ostrinia nubilalis comprising the application of thiamethoxam to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

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Table 69: A method of controlling Pectinophora gossypiella comprising the application of thiamethoxam to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 70: A method of controlling Phyllocnistis citrella comprising the application of thiamethoxam to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 71: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Pieris comprising the application of thiamethoxam to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 72: A method of controlling Plutella xylostella comprising the application of thiamethoxam to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

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Table 74: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Sesamia comprising the application of thiamethoxam to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 75: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Sparganothis comprising the application of thiamethoxam to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

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Table 77: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Tortrix comprising the application of thiamethoxam to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 78: A method of controlling Trichoplusia ni comprising the application of thiamethoxam to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 79: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Agriotes comprising the application of thiamethoxam to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 80: A method of controlling Anthonomus grandis comprising the application of thiamethoxam to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 81: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Curculio comprising the application of thiamethoxam to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 82: A method of controlling Diabrotica balteata comprising the application of thiamethoxam to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

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Table 92: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Empoasca comprising the application of thiamethoxam to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

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Table 95: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Nilaparvata comprising the application of thiamethoxam to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 96: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Pseudococcus comprising the application of thiamethoxam to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 97: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Psylla comprising the application of thiamethoxam to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

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Table 99: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Schizaphis comprising the application of thiamethoxam to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 100: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Trialeurodes comprising the application of thiamethoxam to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

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Table 102: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Oscinella comprising the application of thiamethoxam to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 103: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Phorbia comprising the application of thiamethoxam to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 104: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Frankliniella comprising the application of thiamethoxam to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 105: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Thrips comprising the application of thiamethoxam to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

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Table 107: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Aceria comprising the application of thiamethoxam to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 108: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Aculus comprising the application of thiamethoxam to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 109: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Brevipalpus comprising the application of thiamethoxam to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 110: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Panonychus comprising the application of thiamethoxam to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 111: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Phyllocoptruta comprising the application of thiamethoxam to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 112: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Tetranychus comprising the application of thiamethoxam to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 113: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Heterodera comprising the application of thiamethoxam to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 114: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Meloidogyne comprising the application of thiamethoxam to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 115: A method of controlling Mamestra brassica comprising the application of thiamethoxam to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 116: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Adoxophyes comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 117: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Agrotis comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 118: A method of controlling Alabama argillaceae comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 119: A method of controlling Anticarsia gemmatalis comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 120: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Chilo comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 121: A method of controlling Clysia ambiguella comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 122: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Cnephalocrocis comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 123:: A method of controlling Crocidolomia binotalis comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 124: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Cydia comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 125: A method of controlling Diparopsis castanea comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 126: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Earias comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 127: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Ephestia comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 128: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Heliothis of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 129: A method of controlling Hellula undalis comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 130: A method of controlling Keiferia lycopersicella comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 131: A method of controlling Leucoptera scitella comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 132: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Lithocollethis comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 133: A method of controlling Lobesia botrana comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 134: A method of controlling Ostrinia nubilalis comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 135: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Pandemis comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 136: A method of controlling Pectinophora gossypiella comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 137: A method of controlling Phyllocnistis citrella comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 138: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Pieris comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 139: A method of controlling Plutella xylostella comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 140: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Scirpophaga comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 141: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Sesamia comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 142: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Sparganothis comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 143: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Spodoptera comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 144: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Tortrix comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 145: A method of controlling Trichoplusia ni comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 146: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Agriotes comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 147: A method of controlling Anthonomus grandis comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 148: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Curculio comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 149: A method of controlling Diabrotica balteata comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 150: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Leptinotarsa comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 151: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Lissorhoptrus comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 152: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Otiorhynchus comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 153: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Aleurothrixus comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 154: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Aleyrodes comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 155: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Aonidiella comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 156: A method of controlling representatives of the family Aphididae comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 157: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Aphis comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 158: A method of controlling Bemisia tabaci comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 159: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Empoasca comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 160: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Mycus comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 161: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Nephotettix comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 162: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Nilaparvata comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 163: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Pseudococcus comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 164: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Psylla comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 165: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Quadraspidiotus comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 166: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Schizaphis comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 167: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Trialeurodes comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 168: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Lyriomyza comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 169: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Oscinella comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 170: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Phorbia comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 171: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Frankliniella comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 172: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Thrips comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 173: A method of controlling Scirtothrips aurantii comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 174: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Aceria comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 175: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Aculus comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 176: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Brevipalpus comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 177: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Panonychus comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 178: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Phyllocoptruta comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 179: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Tetranychus comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 180: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Heterodera comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 181: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Meloidogyne comprising the application of imidacloprid to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 182: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Adoxophyes comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 183: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Agrotis comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 184: A method of controlling Alabama argillaceae comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 185: A method of controlling Anticarsia gemmatalis comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 186: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Chilo comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 187: A method of controlling Clysia ambiguella comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 188: A method of controlling Crocidolomia binotalis comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 189: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Cydia comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 190: A method of controlling Diparopsis castanea comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 191: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Earias comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 192: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Ephestia comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 193: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Heliothis of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 194: A method of controlling Hellula undalis comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 195: A method of controlling Keiferia lycopersicella comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 196: A method of controlling Leucoptera scitella comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 197: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Lithocollethis comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 198: A method of controlling Lobesia botrana comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 199: A method of controlling Ostrinia nubilalis comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 200: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Pandemis comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 201: A method of controlling Pectinophora gossypiella comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 202: A method of controlling Phyllocnistis citrella comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 203: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Pieris comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 204: A method of controlling Plutella xylostella comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 205: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Scirpophaga comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 206: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Sesamia comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 207: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Sparganothis comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 208: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Spodoptera comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 209: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Tortrix comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 210: A method of controlling Trichoplusia ni comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 211: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Agriotes comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 212: A method of controlling Anthonomus grandis comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 213: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Curculio comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 214: A method of controlling Diabrotica balteata comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 215: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Leptinotarsa comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 216: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Lissorhoptrus comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 217: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Otiorhynchus comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 218: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Aleurothrixus comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 219: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Aleyrodes comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 220: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Aonidiella comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 221: A method of controlling representatives of the family Aphididae comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 222: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Aphis comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 223: A method of controlling Bemisia tabaci comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 224: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Empoasca comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 225: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Mycus comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 226: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Nephotettix comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 227: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Nilaparvata comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 228: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Pseudococcus comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 229: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Psylla comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 230: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Quadraspidiotus comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 231: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Schizaphis comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 232: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Trialeurodes comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 233: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Lyriomyza comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 234: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Oscinella comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 235: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Phorbia comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 236: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Frankliniella comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 237: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Thrips comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 238: A method of controlling Scirtothrips aurantii comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 239: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Aceria comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 240: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Aculus comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 241: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Brevipalpus comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 242: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Panonychus comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 243: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Phyllocoptruta comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 244: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Tetranychus comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 245: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Heterodera comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 246: A method of controlling representatives of the genus Meloidogyne comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Table 247: A method of controlling Mamestra brassica comprising the application of Ti-435 to a herbicidally resistant transgenic crop, wherein the combination of the active principle expressed by the transgenic plant and the crop to be protected against the pest correspond to anyone of the lines C.1 to C.108 of table C.

Example B1

Action Against Anthonomus grandis Adults, Spodoptera littoralis or Heliothis virescens

Young transgenic cotton plants which express the δ-endotoxin CryIIIA are sprayed with an aqueous emulsion spray mixture comprising 100, 50, 10, 5, 1 ppm of imidacloprid respectively. After the spray coating has dried on, the cotton plants are populated with 10 adult Anthonomus grandis, 10 Spodoptera littoralis larvae or 10 Heliothis virescens larvae respectively and introduced into a plastic container. Evaluation takes place 3 to 10 days later. The percentage reduction in population, or the percentage reduction in feeding damage (% action), is determined by comparing the number of dead beetles and the feeding damage on the transgenic cotton plants with that of non-transgenic cotton plants which have been treated with an emulsion spray mixture comprising imidacloprid and conventional CryIIIA-toxin at a concentration of in each case 100, 50, 10, 5, 1 ppm respectively.

In this test, the control of the tested insects in the transgenic plant is superior to the control on the non-transgenic plant.

Example B2

Action Against Anthonomus grandis Adults, Spodoptera littoralis or Heliothis virescens

Young transgenic cotton plants which express the δ-endotoxin CryIIIA are sprayed with an aqueous emulsion spray mixture comprising 100, 50, 10, 5, 1 ppm of thiamethoxam respectively. After the spray coating has dried on, the cotton plants are populated with 10 adult Anthonomus grandis, 10 Spodoptera littoralis larvae or 10 Heliothis virescens larvae respectively and introduced into a plastic container. Evaluation takes place 3 to 10 days later. The percentage reduction in population, or the percentage reduction in feeding damage (% action), is determined by comparing the number of dead beetles and the feeding damage on the transgenic cotton plants with that of non-transgenic cotton plants which have been treated with an emulsion spray mixture comprising thiamethoxam and conventional CryIIIA-toxin at a concentration of in each case 100, 50, 10, 5, 1 ppm respectively.

In this test, the control of the tested insects in the transgenic plant is superior, while it is insufficient in the non-transgenic plant.

Example B3

Action Against Anthonomus grandis adults, Spodoptera littoralis or Heliothis virescens

Young transgenic cotton plants which express the δ-endotoxin CryIIIA are sprayed with an aqueous emulsion spray mixture comprising 100, 50, 10, 5, 1 ppm of Ti-435 respectively. After the spray coating has dried on, the cotton plants are populated with 10 adult Anthonomus grandis, 10 Spodoptera littoralis larvae or 10 Heliothis virescens larvae respectively and introduced into a plastic container. Evaluation takes place 3 to 10 days later. The percentage reduction in population, or the percentage reduction in feeding damage (% action), is determined by comparing the number of dead beetles and the feeding damage on the transgenic cotton plants with that of non-transgenic cotton plants which have been treated with an emulsion spray mixture comprising Ti-435 and conventional CryIIIA-toxin at a concentration of in each case 100, 50, 10, 5, 1 ppm respectively.

In this test, the control of the tested insects in the transgenic plant is superior, while it is insufficient in the non-transgenic plant.

Example B4

Action Against Anthonomus grandis adults, Spodoptera littoralis or Heliothis virescens

Young transgenic cotton plants which express the δ-endotoxin CryIa(c) are sprayed with an aqueous emulsion spray mixture comprising 100, 50, 10, 5, 1 ppm of Ti-435 respectively. After the spray coating has dried on, the cotton plants are populated with 10 adult Anthonomus grandis, 10 Spodoptera littoralis larvae or 10 Heliothis virescens larvae respectively and introduced into a plastic container. Evaluation takes place 3 to 10 days later.

The percentage reduction in population, or the percentage reduction in feeding damage (% action), is determined by comparing the number of dead beetles and the feeding damage on the transgenic cotton plants with that of non-transgenic cotton plants which have been treated with an emulsion spray mixture comprising Ti-435 and conventional CryIIIA-toxin at a concentration of in each case 100, 50, 10, 5, 1 ppm respectively.

In this test, the control of the tested insects in the transgenic plant is superior, while it is insufficient in the non-transgenic plant.

Example B5

Action Against Anthonomus grandis adults Spodoptera littoralis or Heliothis virescens

Young transgenic cotton plants which express the δ-endotoxin CryIa(c) are sprayed with an aqueous emulsion spray mixture comprising 100, 50, 10, 5, 1 ppm of thiamethoxam respectively. After the spray coating has dried on, the cotton plants are populated with 10 adult Anthonomus grandis, 10 Spodoptera littoralis larvae or 10 Heliothis virescens larvae respectively and introduced into a plastic container. Evaluation takes place 3 to 10 days later. The percentage reduction in population, or the percentage reduction in feeding damage (% action), is determined by comparing the number of dead beetles and the feeding damage on the transgenic cotton plants with that of non-transgenic cotton plants which have been treated with an emulsion spray mixture comprising thiamethoxam and conventional CryIIIA-toxin at a concentration of in each case 100, 50, 10, 5, 1 ppm respectively.

In this test, the control of the tested insects in the transgenic plant is superior, while it is insufficient in the non-transgenic plant.

Example B6

Action Against Anthonomus grandis adults Spodoptera littoralis or Heliothis virescens

Young transgenic cotton plants which express the δ-endotoxin CryIa(c) are sprayed with an aqueous emulsion spray mixture comprising 100, 50, 10, 5, 1 ppm of imidacloprid respectively. After the spray coating has dried on, the cotton plants are populated with 10 adult Anthonomus grandis, 10 Spodoptera littoralis larvae or 10 Heliothis virescens larvae respectively and introduced into a plastic container. Evaluation takes place 3 to 10 days later. The percentage reduction in population, or the percentage reduction in feeding damage (% action), is determined by comparing the number of dead beetles and the feeding damage on the transgenic cotton plants with that of non-transgenic cotton plants which have been treated with an emulsion spray mixture comprising imidacloprid conventional CryIIIA-toxin at a concentration of in each case 100, 50, 10, 5, 1 ppm respectively.

In this test, the control of the tested insects in the transgenic plant is superior, while it is insufficient in the non-transgenic plant.

Example B7

Action Against Ostrinia nubilalis, Spodoptera spp. or Heliothis spp.

A plot (a) planted with maize cv. KnockOut® and an adjacent plot (b) of the same size which is planted with conventional maize, both showing natural infestation with Ostrinia nubilalis, Spodoptera spp. or Heliothis, are sprayed with an aqueous emulsion spray mixture comprising 200, 100, 50, 10, 5, 1 ppm of Ti-435. Immediately afterwards, plot (b) is treated with an emulsion spray mixture comprising 200, 100, 50, 10, 5, 1 ppm of the endotoxin expressed by KnockOut®. Evaluation takes place 6 days later. The percentage reduction in population (% action) is determined by comparing the number of dead pests on the plants of plot (a) with that on the plants of plot (b).

Improved control of Ostrinia nubilalis, Spodoptera spp. or Heliothis is observed on the plants of plot (a), while plot (b) shows a control level of not over 60%.

Example B8

Action Against Ostrinia nubilalis, Spodoptera spp. or Heliothis spp.

A plot (a) planted with maize cv. KnockOut® and an adjacent plot (b) of the same size which is planted with conventional maize, both showing natural infestation with Ostrinia nubilalis, Spodoptera spp. or Heliothis, are sprayed with an aqueous emulsion spray mixture comprising 200, 100, 50, 10, 5, 1 ppm of thiamethoxam. Immediately afterwards, plot (b) is treated with an emulsion spray mixture comprising 200, 100, 50, 10, 5, 1 ppm of the endotoxin expressed by KnockOut®. Evaluation takes place 6 days later. The percentage reduction in population (% action) is determined by comparing the number of dead pests on the plants of plot (a) with that on the plants of plot (b).

Improved control of Ostrinia nubilalis, Spodoptera spp. or Heliothis is observed on the plants of plot (a), while plot (b) shows a control level of not over 60%.

Example B9

Action Against Ostrinia nubilalis, Spodoptera spp. or Heliothis spp.

A plot (a) planted with maize cv. KnockOut® and an adjacent plot (b) of the same size which is planted with conventional maize, both showing natural infestation with Ostrinia nubilalis, Spodoptera spp. or Heliothis, are sprayed with an aqueous emulsion spray mixture comprising 200, 100, 50, 10, 5, 1 ppm of imidacloprid. Immediately afterwards, plot (b) is treated with an emulsion spray mixture comprising 200, 100, 50, 10, 5, 1 ppm of the endotoxin expressed by KnockOut®. Evaluation takes place 6 days later. The percentage reduction in population (% action) is determined by comparing the number of dead pests on the plants of plot (a) with that on the plants of plot (b).

Improved control of Ostrinia nubilalis, Spodoptera spp. or Heliothis spp. is observed on the plants of plot (a), while plot (b) shows a control level of not over 60%.

Example B10

Action Against Diabrotica balteata

A plot (a) planted with maize seedlings cv. KnockOut® and an adjacent plot (b) of the same size which is planted with conventional maize are sprayed with an aqueous emulsion of a spray mixture comprising 400 ppm thiamethoxam. Immediately afterwards, plot (b) is treated with an emulsion spray mixture comprising 400 ppm of the endotoxin expressed by KnockOut®. After the spray coating has dried on, the seedlings are populated with 10 Diabrotica balteata larvae in the second stage and transferred to a plastic container. The test is evaluated 6 days later. The percentage reduction in population (% action) is determined by comparing the number of dead pests on the plants of plot (a) with that on the plants of plot (b).

Improved control of Diabrotica balteata is observed on the plants of plot (a), while plot (b) shows a control level of not over 60%.

Example B11

Action Against Aphis gossypii

Cotton seedlings on a plot (a) expressing the δ-endotoxin CryIIIa on a plot (a) and conventional cotton seedlings on a plot (b) are infected with Aphis gossypi and subsequently sprayed with a spray mixture comprising 400 ppm thiamethoxam. Immediately afterwards, plot (b) is treated with an emulsion spray mixture comprising 400 ppm of the δ-endotoxin CryIIIa. The seedlings of plot (a) and (b) are then incubated at 20° C. The test is evaluated after 3 and 6 days.

The percentage reduction in population (% action) is determined by comparing the number of dead pests on the plants of plot (a) with that on the plants of plot (b). Improved control of Aphis gossypi is observed on the plants of plot (a), while plot (b) shows a control level of not over 60%.

Example B12

Action Against Frankliniella occidentalis

Cotton seedlings expressing the δ-endotoxin CryIIIa on a plot (a) and conventional cotton seedlings on a plot (b) are infected with Frankliniella occidentalis and subsequently sprayed with a spray mixture comprising 400 ppm thiamethoxam. Immediately afterwards, plot (b) is treated with an emulsion spray mixture comprising 400 ppm of the δ-endotoxin CryIIIa. The seedlings of plot (a) and (b) are then incubated at 20° C. The test is evaluated after 3 and 6 days.

The percentage reduction in population (% action) is determined by comparing the number of dead pests on the plants of plot (a) with that on the plants of plot (b). Improved control of Frankliniella occidentalis is observed on the plants of plot (a), while plot (b) shows a control level of not over 60%.

Example B13

Action Against Aphis gossypii

Cotton seedlings expressing the δ-endotoxin CryIA(c) on a plot (a) and conventional cotton seedlings on a plot (b) are infected with Aphis gossypii and subsequently sprayed with a spray mixture comprising 400 ppm thiamethoxam. Immediately afterwards, plot (b) is treated with an emulsion spray mixture comprising 400 ppm of the δ-endotoxin CryIIIa. The seedlings of plot (a) and (b) are then incubated at 20° C. The test is evaluated after 3 and 6 days.

The percentage reduction in population (% action) is determined by comparing the number of dead pests on the plants of plot (a) with that on the plants of plot (b). Improved control of Aphis gossypii is observed on the plants of plot (a), while plot (b) shows a control level of not over 60%.

Example B14

Action Against Frankliniella occidentalis

Cotton seedlings expressing the δ-endotoxin CryIa(c) on a plot (a) and conventional cotton seedlings on a plot (b) are infected with Frankliniella occidentalis and subsequently sprayed with a spray mixture comprising 400 ppm thiamethoxam. Immediately afterwards, plot (b) is treated with an emulsion spray mixture comprising 400 ppm of the δ-endotoxin CryIa(c). The seedlings of plot (a) and (b) are then incubated at 20° C. The test is evaluated after 3 and 6 days.

The percentage reduction in population (% action) is determined by comparing the number of dead pests on the plants of plot (a) with that on the plants of plot (b). Improved control of Frankliniella occidentalis is observed on the plants of plot (a), while plot (b) shows a control level of not over 60%.

Example B15

Action Against Nephotettix cincticeps

Rice plants on a plot (a) expressing the δ-endotoxin CryIA(b) and conventional rice plants on a plot (b) are sprayed with a spray mixture comprising 400 ppm thiamethoxam. Immediately afterwards, plot (b) is treated with an emulsion spray mixture comprising 400 ppm of the 6-endotoxin CryIA(b). After the spray coating has dried on, the plants are infected with Nephotettix cincticeps of the 2nd and 3rd stages. The seedlings of plot (a) and (b) are then incubated at 20° C. The test is evaluated after 21 days.

The percentage reduction in population (% action) is determined by comparing the number of dead pests on the plants of plot (a) with that on the plants of plot (b). Improved control of Nephotettix cincticeps is observed on the plants of plot (a), while plot (b) shows a control level of not over 60%.

Example B16

Action Against Nephotettix cincticeps (Systemic)

Rice plants expressing the δ-endotoxin CryIa(b) are planted in a in pot (A) and conventional ice plants are planted in a pot (B). Pot (A) is placed in an aqueous emulsion containing 400 ppm thiamethoxam, whereas plot (B) is placed in a pot containing 400 ppm thiamethoxam and 400 ppm of the δ-endotoxin CryI(b). The plants are subsequently infected with Nephotettix cincticeps larvae of the second and third stage. The test is evaluated after 6 days.

The percentage reduction in population (% action) is determined by comparing the number of dead pests on the plants of pot (A) with that on the plants of pot (B). Improved control of Nephotettix cincticeps is observed on the plants of pot (A), while pot (B) shows a control level of not over 60%.

Example B17

Action Against Nilaparvata lugens

Rice plants on a plot (a) expressing the δ-endotoxin CryIA(b) and conventional rice plants on a plot (b) are infected with Nilaparvata lugens, subsequently sprayed with a spray mixture comprising 400 ppm thiamethoxam. Immediately afterwards, plot (b) is treated with an emulsion spray mixture comprising 400 ppm of the δ-endotoxin CryIA(b). The seedlings of plot (a) and (b) are then incubated at 20° C. The test is evaluated after 21 days.

The percentage reduction in population (% action) is determined by comparing the number of dead pests on the plants of plot (a) with that on the plants of plot (b). Improved control of Nilaparvata lugens is observed on the plants of plot (a), while plot (b) shows a control level of not over 60%.

Example B18

Action Against Nilaparvata lugens (Systemic)

Rice plants expressing the δ-endotoxin CryIA(b) are planted in a in pot (A) and conventional rice plants are planted in a pot (B). Pot (A) is placed in an aqueous emulsion containing 400 ppm thiamethoxam, whereas plot (B) is place in a pot copntaining 400 ppm thiamethoxam and 400 ppm of the δ-endotoxin CryIA(b). The plants are subsequently infected with Nilaparvata lugens larvae of the second and third stage. The test is evaluated after 6 days.

The percentage reduction in population (% action) is determined by comparing the number of dead pests on the plants of pot (A) with that on the plants of pot (B). Improved control of Nephotettix cincticeps is observed on the plants of pot (A), while pot (B) shows a control level of not over 60%.

Example B19

Action Against Nephotettix cincticeps

Rice plants on a plot (a) expressing the δ-endotoxin CryIA(c) and conventional rice plants on a plot (b) are sprayed with a spray mixture comprising 400 ppm thiamethoxam. Immediately afterwards, plot (b) is treated with an emulsion spray mixture comprising 400 ppm of the 6-endotoxin CryIA(c). After the spray coating has dried on, the plants are infected with Nephotettix cincticeps of the 2nd and 3rd stages. The seedlings of plot (a) and (b) are then incubated at 20° C. The test is evaluated after 21 days.

The percentage reduction in population (% action) is determined by comparing the number of dead pests on the plants of plot (a) with that on the plants of plot (b). Improved control of Nephotettix cincticeps is observed on the plants of plot (a), while plot (b) shows a control level of not over 60%.

Example B20

Action Against Nephotettix cincticeps (Systemic)

Rice plants expressing the δ-endotoxin CryIa(c) are planted in a in pot (A) and conventional ice plants are planted in a pot (B). Pot (A) is placed in an aqueous emulsion containing 400 ppm thiamethoxam, whereas plot (B) is placed in a pot containing 400 ppm thiamethoxam and 400 ppm of the δ-endotoxin CryI(c). The plants are subsequently infected with Nephotettix cincticeps larvae of the second and third stage. The test is evaluated after 6 days.

The percentage reduction in population (% action) is determined by comparing the number of dead pests on the plants of pot (A) with that on the plants of pot (B). Improved control of Nephotettix cincticeps is observed on the plants of pot (A), while pot (B) shows a control level of not over 60%.

Example B21

Action Against Nilaparvata lugens

Rice plants on a plot (a) expressing the δ-endotoxin CryIA(c) and conventional rice plants on a plot (b) are infected with Nilaparvata lumens, subsequently sprayed with a spray mixture comprising 400 ppm thiamethoxam. Immediately afterwards, plot (b) is treated with an emulsion spray mixture comprising 400 ppm of the δ-endotoxin CryIA(c). The seedlings of plot (a) and (b) are then incubated at 20° C. The test is evaluated after 21 days.

The percentage reduction in population (% action) is determined by comparing the number of dead pests on the plants of plot (a) with that on the plants of plot (b). Improved control of Nilaparvata lugens is observed on the plants of plot (a), while plot (b) shows a control level of not over 0%.

Example B22

Action Against Nilaparvata lugens (Systemic)

Rice plants expressing the δ-endotoxin CryIA(c) are planted in a in pot (A) and conventional rice plants are planted in a pot (B). Pot (A) is placed in an aqueous emulsion containing 400 ppm thiamethoxam, whereas plot (B) is place in a pot copntaining 400 ppm thiamethoxam and 400 ppm of the δ-endotoxin CryIA(c). The plants are subsequently infected with Nilaparvata lugens larvae of the second and third stage. The test is evaluated after 6 days.

The percentage reduction in population (% action) is determined by comparing the number of dead pests on the plants of pot (A) with that on the plants of pot (B). Improved control of Nephotettix cincticeps is observed on the plants of pot (A), while pot (B) shows a control level of not over 60%.