genetically modified organism

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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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By banning the cultivation of genetically modified crops, Europe is, perhaps, shutting doors on an entire field of science
Bulgariaas current legislation prohibits the cultivation of genetically modified crops.
trading partners have in the integrity of USDA's regulation of genetically modified crops and create uncertainty about the ability of U.S.
It is reported that Pawar in a letter to Dr Singh wanted clarification on the authority responsible for granting final clearance to genetically modified crops. He said in his letter that the Genetic Engineering Approval Committee has approved the commercial cultivation of Bt-Brinjal.
government should follow the more precautionary European approach to screening genetically modified crop technologies.
They visited festivals and events and collected signatures from people on cards calling for genetically modified crops to be kept out of the countryside.
Alternatively, farmers who already control weeds well might adopt new technologies most readily and be the ones more inclined to plant a genetically modified crop. Here, the switch wouldn't make much difference to the birds.
Could genes from a genetically modified crop escape and create a superweed that could take over the world, as some people fear?
Global Glyphosate Market: Dynamics Rising production of genetically modified crops along with the increasing food consumption and increasing demand from cattle feed is expected to drive the glyphosate market in the near future.
Global glyphosate market : Dynamics Rising production of genetically modified crops along with the increasing food consumption and increasing demand from cattle feed is expected to drive the glyphosate market in the near future.
Among their topics are decision-making on genetically modified crops in the European Union: finding the way out or going even deeper into the maze, restrictions on genetically modified crops in the European Union: between legislative unity and the diversity of national positions, Franken-food or techno-fix: ethical issues of genetically modified organisms in Europe, whether genomic editing moves the goalposts on the genetic modification playing field, substituting a fictional science for public accountability: legitimacy problems of the European Union's regulatory framework for genetically modified products, and towards a new regulatory framework: whether the third time will be lucky.
'Promoting readily available, diverse, and safe Vitamin A food sources from sustainable and ecological farming is the long term solution to combat malnutrition, ensure food security and health, not genetically modified crops like Golden Rice,' he added.

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