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genetically modified

adj
(Botany) denoting or derived from an organism whose DNA has been altered for the purpose of improvement or correction of defects: genetically modified food. Abbreviation: GM
genetic modification n
Translations
geneticky modifikovaný
genmodificeret
geenimuunneltu
genetski modificiran
遺伝子組み換えの
유전자 변형의
genmodifierad
ซึ่งเปลี่ยนแปลงทางพันธุศาสตร์
được biến đổi gien

genetically modified

مُعَدَّلٌ وِرَاثِياً geneticky modifikovaný genmodificeret gentechnisch verändert γενετικά τροποποιημένος modificado genéticamente geenimuunneltu génétiquement modifié genetski modificiran transgenico 遺伝子組み換えの 유전자 변형의 genetisch gemodificeerd genmodifisert zmodyfikowany genetycznie transgénico, transgênico генетически модифицированный genmodifierad ซึ่งเปลี่ยนแปลงทางพันธุศาสตร์ genetik olarak değiştirilmiş được biến đổi gien 基因改良的
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A passionate debate is under way all over the world over the use of genetically modified foods - crops into which "foreign" genes are introduced to make them resistant to pests and adverse weather conditions, according to professor Mohammad Abdul Menem, Faculty of Food and Agriculture at the Emirates University.
While the bulk of existing research has focused on attitudinal surveys, a handful of researchers have utilized willingness-to-pay surveys and experimental auction market techniques to capture how consumers might respond to genetically modified foods if faced with realistic food choices.
Since they are more resistant to disease and weeds, genetically modified (GM) seeds produce better harvest yields.
His protest is focused against a seed-type called MON 810, the only type of genetically modified corn currently allowed in France.
The London-based farmers group, known simply as "Farm," said it surveyed the "five main agricultural insurers" in the United Kingdom and found they are reluctant to write business for farmers who grow genetically modified crops, citing uncertainty over the possible emergence of currently unknown harmful effects from such crops.
The definitions included in the initiative would have required any food or beverage produced with genetically modified material to bear a label, whether or not the material is in the final product.
Their research found that, despite the high level of opposition to genetically modified foods, most Europeans aren't concerned enough to read ingredient lists on food packaging.
In particular, Nestle worries about the almost complete lack of regulation of genetically modified (GM) foods, a problem she treats as parallel to feces-smeared steer carcasses and salmonella-ridden ground chuck.
A certificate cannot be issued if the amount of genetically modified wheat exceeds more than one percent (1%) of the delivery quantity.
Clark says, the use of genetically modified food by the CFGB is governed by the following:
The US government says it plans to sue the European Union unless the EU immediately opens its market to millions of dollars' worth of genetically modified products.
As part of the talk, a tractor will pass through Coventry on the way to a demonstration in London against genetically modified crops.

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