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    High Concentrations of Glyphosate Are Deleterious to Immature Bees

High Concentrations of Glyphosate Are Deleterious to Immature Bees

This new study from China has shown how honey bees’ microbiomes and larval survival rate and weight are negatively affected by glyphosate.
The Herbicide Glyphosate Negatively Affects Midgut Bacterial Communities and Survival of Honey Bee during Larvae Reared in Vitro
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    GM Bt Toxin is Immunogenic, Allergenic, and Causes Pre-Cancerous Intestinal Changes

GM Bt Toxin is Immunogenic, Allergenic, and Causes Pre-Cancerous Intestinal Changes

A new study performed in mice has found that the GM Bt toxin Cry1Ac is immunogenic, allergenic, and able to induce anaphylaxis (a severe allergic response that can result in suffocation). The responses that Cry1Ac was found to produce
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    Dr Bennis: Glyphosate Exposure Leads to Anxiety and Depression in Mice

Dr Bennis: Glyphosate Exposure Leads to Anxiety and Depression in Mice

This study from Morocco shows that sub-chronic and chronic exposure to glyphosate in mice, leads to changes in the gut microbiota abundance and composition and thus to despair behavior.

Glyphosate based- herbicide exposure affects gut microbiota, anxiety and depression-like behaviors in mice

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    Dr Goñalons: Young Honey Bees Get Brain Damage from Neonics and Glyphosate

Dr Goñalons: Young Honey Bees Get Brain Damage from Neonics and Glyphosate

Hive-bound young honey bees (Apis mellifera) are being poisoned by insecticide and weed killer gathered by their foraging hive mates, according to new research published in the Journal of Experimental Biology.
Impaired associative learning after chronic exposure to pesticides in young adult honey
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    Dr. Rodríguez: Glyphosate Affects Ovarian Growth In Crustaceans

Dr. Rodríguez: Glyphosate Affects Ovarian Growth In Crustaceans

Argentinian researchers have discovered that both glyphosate and glyphosate-based herbicides affect the ovarian growth in crustaceans, during in vivo and in vitro studies on the estuarine crab Neohelice granulata.

Please find the peer-reviewed studies below:

Ovarian growth impairment after chronic exposure to
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    Glyphosate Lowers Survival of Gut Bacteria in Hawaiian Green Turtles

Glyphosate Lowers Survival of Gut Bacteria in Hawaiian Green Turtles

A study from Hawaii published in the Marine Pollution Bulletin has shown that the growth of GI tract bacteria from marine green turtles is affected by glyphosate and that the lower survival of gut bacteria caused by glyphosate could have adverse
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    Dr. Nardi: Soy Milk and Glyphosate Lowers Testosterone and Damages Sperm

Dr. Nardi: Soy Milk and Glyphosate Lowers Testosterone and Damages Sperm

A new study from Brazil has shown that soy milk and glyphoste-based herbicides, when fed to rats together, cause endocrine disruption (hormone hacking) through a decrease in testosterone levels and damage to sperm.
Prepubertal subchronic exposure to soy milk and
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    Dr. Ibrahim: MON810 GM Corn Damages Small Intestines of Rats

Dr. Ibrahim: MON810 GM Corn Damages Small Intestines of Rats

Rats fed GM Bt corn MON810 for only 90 days suffered serious damage to the surface mucous membranes of the jejunum (part of the small intestine), according to a new study from Egypt. (more…)

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    Dr Larramendy: Glyphosate and Dicamba Formulations Damage Toad Larvae DNA

Dr Larramendy: Glyphosate and Dicamba Formulations Damage Toad Larvae DNA

A new study by Argentine researchers (see abstract below) shows that dicamba and glyphosate herbicide formulations cause genetic damage in the larvae of a species of toad, Rhinella arenarum, when used separately.
Genotoxic effect of a binary mixture of dicamba-
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    Dr Holderbaum: Long-Term Exposure to GM Maize Reduces Growth and Fertility of Water Fleas

Dr Holderbaum: Long-Term Exposure to GM Maize Reduces Growth and Fertility of Water Fleas

Long-term exposure to leaves of MON810 GM Bt maize causes reduced growth and fertility in Daphnia magna (water flea), compared with the level of the non-GM parent variety (isoline), a new study has found.  (more…)