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  • Genetically Modified Food

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    Genetically Modified Food Genetically modified (GM) is widely available in the USA, but is viewed with suspicion by the overwhelming majority or people in Europe. To meet the increasing food needs of a growing world population, science has discovered the technique of genetically modifying plants and crops to enhance crop yield and create superior and stronger varieties of crops and fruits. These genetically modified plants are used as medicines and vaccines, foods and food ingredients

  • Genetically Modified Food

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    Some people picture genetically modified food as being unhealthy and unnatural. Our grocery stores are full of genetically modified food but we are unaware because the food is not labeled. If some people saw a label in the grocery store stating that the product is genetically modified they may walk the other way. The individuals may think that the genetically modified products will cause some type of harm to their bodies over time. Some people are extremely pessimistic about changes that have to

  • Genetically Modified Foods

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    Genetically Modified Foods Genetically modified crops are harmful to humans and the environment and shouldn't be used. Agriculture should proceed in harmony with nature and nature only. That is why some people have decided to buy organically grown food. From their experiences with organic food, they believe that the organic system can be economically practical. This system also provides a wide range of environmental and social benefits, and most importantly, it enables consumers to make a choice

  • Genetically Modified Foods

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    Genetically modified foods are “foods produced from organisms that have had specific changes introduced into their DNA using the methods of genetic engineering.” Moving genes for antibiotic resistance from one type of bacteria to another was discovered and the antibiotic that was implemented into the bacteria the gene in it became resistant to the antibiotic too. This allowed gene manipulation, not just in bacteria but, plants and animals and these are by far more complex. Therefore, genes that

  • Genetically Modified foods

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    ensure greater food productivity. One of the early forms of genetically modified foods are hybrid plants. By breeding two of the strongest plants together, scientists are able to obtain a stronger offspring. As science progressed with Watson’s discovery of DNA, biologists were able to identify certain genes that would be desired. Today, foods are genetically modified through experiments with the insertion of genes administered through a needle or breeding. Genetically modified foods should be produced

  • Genetically Modified Food

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    You’re Eating Genetically Modified Food and you don’t Even Know It The discovery of genetic engineering is a huge breakthrough in science. A promise of the ability to genetically increase the rate of which food is being produced has convinced many individuals to endorse this system of modifying food. In 2013, genetically engineered crops made up almost half of the total farmland in the United States used for growing crops (Fernandez-Cornejo). Scientists have boasted of the tremendous benefits since

  • Genetically Modified Foods

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    In order to truly comprehend all of the possibilities that genetically modified organisms can bring to today’s society, one must first know how these organisms, specifically plants, are created in the laboratory. In order to begin the process of creating a genetically modified organism, one needs three items: the desired gene to be transferred, which is referred to as the trans-gene and is usually obtained through the use of restriction enzymes, the organism that the gene will be placed into, known

  • Genetically Modified Food

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    Major food corporations and industries changed the very aspects of living from the beginning of their existence. As the McDonald’s brothers were making their big debut with their hamburgers in the 1940s, they became one of the largest fast food chains in the country. Seeing society enhancing in a mere sixty years is phenomenal but worrisome. As Virgil mentioned in his Homeric poem, men started to create things that shouldn’t exist. As the years progressed, scientists started to genetically modify

  • Genetically Modified Food

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    I Think that they should allow some Genetically modified food in stores and to be purchased because there could be beneficial aspects to it. Genetically modified foods are foods that are not natural and have extra modified switches in their DNA. These GMO (genetically modified organisms) are not labeled in the stores and consumers do not know if they are modified or not. Even though studies show that most Americans want the government to label these products. For instance cold resistance gene would

  • Genetically Modified Foods

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    BACKGROUND According to the UK GM Science Review panel (July 2003), Genetically Modified Foods (GMOs) are foods produced from organisms that have had genetic changes introduced into their DNA in order to obtain desired traits. This technique has a greater control over food's genetic structure than selective breeding and mutation breeding. With population increasing, there is emerging needs of high productivity methods to feed the population. During the modern agriculture emerged, crop production