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“Enogen corn” is a special type of corn developed by Syngenta for ethanol production. It contains a transgene from a bacteria that produces alpha amylase, an enzyme that breaks down corn starch into sugar.
Entomologists with Ohio State University’s College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences have released updated information online on all the hybrids available for corn growers, the pests they manage and refuge requirements.
Ohio State University has updated its Bt corn trait table, which lists many hybrids available for 2014.