GMO


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GMO

abbr.
genetically modified organism

GMO

abbreviation for
(Genetics) genetically modified organism
Translations

GMO

[ˌdʒiːɛmˈəʊ] (=genetically modified organism)
nOGM m

GMO

abbr genetically modified organism. V. organism.
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who has expressed grave concern about some government officials and business groups in Mindanao who are gullibly excited in supporting the testing of a GMO banana in Davao as reported in a local paper.
21 December 2017 - New York, US-based asset management firm The Rohatyn Group (TRG) has closed the acquisition of forest and agricultural investment firm GMO Renewable Resources LLC (GMORR) from investment management firm Grantham, Mayo, Van Otterloo and Co.
The Non-GMO Project isn't telling consumers that many of the products labeled "Non-GMO Project Verified" don't even have a GMO derived ingredient.
Natural and organic labels are cleaner than conventional ones, and with the passage of the Safe and Accurate Food Labeling Act of 2015 -- called by some GMO labeling advocates "the DARK (Denying Americans the Right to Know) Act" -- no one can be certain that the foods they put in their carts don't contain GMOs.
Japan-based GMO Internet Group is a comprehensive internet services group.
The compromise has emerged in response to Vermont's adoption of a GMO labeling requirement that took effect Friday.
NHC President Chris Schlect said by phone from Yakima that, though some consumers may think labeling of GMO products is required by law, it is not, but that could change if Congressional Democrats have their way.
Currently in the United States there is no federal law that requires the labeling of GMO derived products, providing the product is not significantly different to the non-GMO product or different in use, nutrition or includes an unexpected allergen.
public policy process concerns the mandatory labeling of foods containing GMO ingredients.
2: A certain amount of GMO and different BP concentrations were dissolved in ethanol and mixed with the silica particles.
However, instead of establishing a compromise at the European level, the proposed solution is to allow countries to make their own decisions as to whether or not to ban GMO crops.
A recent study from The NPD Group, "Gauging GMO Awareness and Impact," revealed that more than half of U.