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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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