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transgenic

(of an animal or plant) containing genetic material artificially transferred from another species
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Transgenic organisms in aquaculture: a little bid of this, little bit of that.
The company specializes in the application of second-generation transgenic technology to the production of complex high-volume human therapeutic proteins in the egg albumin fraction of transgenic chicken eggs.
The transgenic trees will be allowed to mature to fruit-bearing age, Mirkov says, then evaluated on their agronomic traits to ensure they still produce fruit preferred by consumers and growers.
Under the National Environmental Policy Act, FDA must consider biosafety issues posed by commercial production of the transgenic salmon.
The new standards, adopted last October to replace current regulations that require labeling of transgenic foods, allows for accidental inclusion of 1% of genetically altered food.
Last summer, Governor Olivia Dutra pulled the plug on 79 experimental transgenic sites in the state of Rio Grande do Sul.
Keywords: Aluminum tolerance; Gene expression; Genetic stability; Transgenic tobacco
The growth rate of Transgenic fish can be increased by 400% to 600% [18] while simultaneously reducing feed input by up to 25% per unit of output, thereby improving food conversion ratios [19].
The most criticized research work done on such organisms is the study of well-known scientist Arpad Pusztai who observed evidence of stomach and intestinal harm affected by transgenic potatoes and FlavrSavr tomatoes.
Rising demand for food production with decrease in arable land is anticipation to drive the transgenic crops application," the report explained.
The present study was conducted to evaluate advance transgenic lines (CEMB-3, CEMB-11, CEMB-16 and CEMB-17) harboring insecticidal gene (cry1Ab) developed from local cotton cultivar MNH-93 by Agrobacterium mediated transformation.
regulation identifies genetically engineered crops through a product-based policy; that is, if the final product contains transgenic material, then it is considered genetically engineered.