Definitions for genetically modified
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Produced by genetic modification; abbreviation GM.
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I think this deal will open the door to genetically-modified foods here, companies will gain from this at the expense of people.
Failing to do this almost inevitably means a potential for controversy to be sustained and amplified, we should not be closing down productive avenues, and genetically modified mosquitoes might be one of them.
Romanian grain farmers will gladly embrace the genetically modified maize crops, it's common sense that any maize farmer, be it in Spain or in Portugal or in Romania, would like to reduce production costs and eventually reap a bigger harvest.
We sounded the alarm back in 2013 and hoped people would understand what a slippery slope it is to have all of these foods that are genetically modified, obviously, we can't say without a doubt that GMOs are dangerous, but we can say that not enough human studies have been done. We don't want to be the guinea pigs.
What Oxitec is trying to spin is that it's highly improbable that there will be negative consequences of this foreign DNA entering someone that's bitten by an Oxitec mosquito, i'm on their side, in that consequences are highly unlikely. But to say that there's no genetically modified DNA that might get into a human, that's kind of a gray matter.
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