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  1. Do GMO Foods Cause Autism? Read About the GMO Crops Autism ...

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    GMO corn contains genes artificially inserted by scientists to produce an insect-killing poison called Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) toxin. It is in every cell of the GMO corn crop—and in every bite your child consumes. Common sense tells us GM food has to be harmful. Additional study might prove GMO foods cause autism, but funding is tough.

  2. Food Science Final- Mizzou Flashcards | Quizlet

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    Food science is the science of food, the nutrients and other substances therein, their action, interaction and balance in relation to health and disease, and the processes by which the organism ingests, digests, absorbs, transports, utilizes and excretes food substances.

  3. GMO Articles and Videos – Dawn of Divine Rays

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    Dear Michael Gove,. I am surprised to learn that from the huge number of scientists employed by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) and Rothamsted Research (research institute involved in developing and testing GM crops) that not one of them has read the new book by Caius Rommens, former team leader at Monsanto.

  4. Genetic modification and food - ifst.org

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    October 2014. Over the past 18 years, and in many parts of the world, genetically modified (GM) crops grown by 18 million farmers (of which 16 million are resource-poor farmers) have already provided significant improvements in the quantity and quality of the food supply while reducing economic cost, energy usage, pesticide usage, fuel usage, soil erosion and carbon emissions, with no ...

  5. Biotech Potatoes in the 21st Century: 20 Years Since the ...

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    The biotech potatoes commercialized in the mid-1990s (Toevs et al. 2011b) were a technological success and provided benefits to producers, consumers, and the environment, but anti-GMO pressure regarding the safety of biotech food crops led to their removal from the market in 2002, and their status remained unchanged for more than a decade. With ...

  6. 12 Best The Irish Potato Famine images | Irish famine, Irish ...

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    Photos, drawings and videos related to The Great Famine. See more ideas about Irish famine, Irish potatoes and Potato famine.

  7. Should You Worry About Genetically Modified Food?

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    The greater health issue is the increasing food allergies resulting from consumption of GMO food in the US. While American consumers remain oblivious, GMO Foods have been introduced into the US food supply without safety testing or even labeling. Already 80% of our US food supply is GMO, affecting corn, soy, cotton seed oil and canola oil.

  8. GMOs are going to create famine and hunger | National ...

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    A Russian scientist named Ermakova has studied Bt soy, and found something similar to what Pusztai found with potatoes. I believe it's incumbent upon government to do public science and to protect ...

  9. GMO: benefit or harm? Genetically modified foods and ...

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    Today such products have been agreed to be calledall that is genetically modified organisms or any products in which there are components of these organisms. That is, GMO food will not only be genetically modified potatoes or corn, but also sausages, in which, in addition to liver and sodium nitrate, GMO soybeans are added.

  10. PROJECT INFORMATION - European Commission

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    Food, Agriculture & Fisheries & Biotechnology EUROPEAN COMMISSION European Research Area PROJECT INFORMATION A decade of EU-funded GMO research (2001 - 2010) KI NA This publication summarises the results of 50 selected research projects on genetically modified organisms (GMO), co-funded by the European Commission