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genetically modified organism

n. Abbr. GMO
An organism whose genetic characteristics have been altered by the insertion of a modified gene or a gene from another organism using the techniques of genetic engineering.
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Under Part B of Directive 2001/18/EC, prior notification must be given to the competent national authority of the planned release of a genetically-modified organism or of a combination of such organisms, for purposes other than for placing on the market.
These services include genomic data management, microarray support, quantitative PCR, genotyping, genetically-modified organism testing, and a battery of other molecular biology services which support researchers in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and academic sectors in their attempt to understand the mechanisms of disease and to discover and develop new drugs.
These services include genomic data management, microarray support, quantitative PCR, differential display, genotyping, genetically-modified organism testing, and a battery of other molecular biology services which support researchers in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and academic sectors in their attempt to understand the mechanisms of disease and to discover and develop new drugs.
These services include genomic data management, microarray support, quantitative PCR, differential display, genotyping, genetically-modified organism testing and a battery of other molecular biology services which support researchers in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and academic sectors in their attempt to understand the mechanisms of disease and to discover and develop new drugs.
These services include, genomic data management, microarray support, quantitative PCR, differential display, genotyping, genetically-modified organism testing, and a battery of other molecular biology services which support researchers in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and academic sectors in their attempt to understand the mechanisms of disease and to discover and develop new drugs.
The Supreme Court did more than just stopped the conducting of field testing - the Supreme Court also stopped the propagation, commercialization and importation of genetically-modified organisms being used on plants pending the promulgation by the Department of Agriculture (DA) of a new Administrative Order to replace DA-AO No.
Opponents of genetically-modified organisms are pointing to Canada geese as the culprits in the discovery of genetically-modified wheat in Ottawa.
ANKARA, Aug 14, 2010 (TUR) -- Turkish government announced Friday a new bylaw on genetically-modified organisms (GMO) and products.
The application to import the GT73 variety of oilseed rape, that has been genetically engineered for increased tolerance to the herbicide glyphosate, was initially filed in 2003 by Monsanto Europe with the Dutch authorities under Directive 2001/18 on the deliberate release of genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) into the environment.
More research is needed and existing research needs to be completed before we can have a better idea of the effects of genetically-modified organisms on our hard-pressed wildlife," said spokesman Mr Brian Johnson.
There are chapters on analyzing ingredients such as additives and micronutrients, genetically-modified organisms and added water.
ANKARA, Aug 13, 2010 (TUR) -- Turkish government announced Friday a new bylaw on genetically-modified organisms (GMO) and products.

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