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genetically modified

denoting or derived from an organism whose DNA has been altered for the purpose of improvement or correction of defects: genetically modified food.
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Genetically modified foods have been deemed safe and beneficial (National Academy of Sciences, 2016; Nicolia, Manzo, Veronesi, & Rosellini, 2014), but consumers do not view the technology as safe (Funk & Kennedy, 2016) and have called for tighter regulations (Senauer, 2013).
The higher output of genetically modified crops can reduce the input of grain, which is benefit to global grain issues.
There is opposition to genetically modified foods in the United States, but it has always been a minority view.
The case of the golden rice (where some 400 farmers uprooted the genetically modified plant) will show that there are groups and advocates of anti-GMO products in the Philippines.
Mexican courts have been debating for years whether or not to allow genetically modified corn to be cultivated.
5977 prohibits the production of genetically modified foods in Turkey and makes it mandatory to secure permission from the ministry to transport these products through Turkey.
this product does not contain any transgenic DNA fragments or transgenic proteins, but is made of genetically modified (organism)", or "this product does not contain any transgenic DNA fragments or transgenic proteins, but genetically modified (organisms)"
Genetically modified organisms are foods grown from seeds engineered in labs.
When the flower pollen becomes genetically modified or sterile, the bees will potentially go malnourished and die of illness due to the lack of nutrients and the interruption of the digestive capacity of what they feed on through the summer and over the winter hibernation process.
The event aims to promote, expand and strengthen the cultivation of fodder crops suitable for animal feed free from genetically modified organisms.
At the site consumers can research and verify the safety, prevalence and benefits of genetically modified food ingredients by visiting online information posted by credible and independent sources, including governmental food safety agencies, medical and health organizations, news organizations, food safety experts and non-governmental agencies, say GMA officials.
Genetically modified crops are created when scientists insert the genes of another organism, such as a bacterium or microbe, into a plant seed to enable it to ward off drought, insects and herbicides.

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