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  1. Top Scientist Who Exposed GMO Now Silenced by Biotech

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    Aug 27, 2015 · Read: Former Pro-GMO Scientists Admits GMOs are Dangerous. When the doctor fed rats GM potatoes, within just 10 days, the animals developed potentially pre-cancerous cell growth, smaller brains, livers, and testicles, partially atrophied livers, and damaged immune systems. What’s more, the cause was most certainly side effects from the process of genetic engineering itself.

  2. List of Countries That Banned Genetically Modified Food

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    Spain currently grows GMO maize (about 20% of the country’s maize is GM). The Czech Republic, Slovakia, Portugal, Romania and Poland all grow some GMO maize. The Philippines grow GM crops. The European Union (EU) has approved the cultivation of many GM crops (including potatoes and maize)...

  3. Where are GMO crops and animals approved and banned?

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    The US planted the most GMO crop area at 73 million hectares, followed by Brazil (49 million), Argentina (24 million), Canada (12 million) and India (11 million). These 5 countries made of 91 percent of the global area of GMO crops.

  4. GMO Foods and Genetic Engineering - FoodPrint

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    Most packaged foods contain genetically modified organisms (GMOs) engineered to be resistant to herbicides and pests; corn, soybeans and canola oil are prime examples. Concerns about GMOs range from their safety to how genetically modified plants’ pollen effects the environment, to the increasing use of herbicides associated with their use,...

  5. Benefits and risks associated with genetically modified food ...

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    Marta Kramkowska, Teresa Grzelak, Krystyna Czyżewska. Benefits and risks associated with genetically modified food products both at the European level, first of all of the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), and at the national level [3, 13, 14]. The process of introducing genetically modified food to

  6. What Foods are Genetically Modified? | BestFoodFacts.org

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    Aug 15, 2016 · 08/15/2016. GMOs – genetically modified organisms – have been the topic of many food discussions. With so much talk of GMOs and GM foods, you may be surprised to know there are currently only eight genetically modified crops available in the United States and Canada.

  7. 20 Genetically Modified Foods Coming to Your Plate

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    Mar 01, 2012 · Currently, genetically modified (GM) corn and soy can be found in many processed foods, and the produce section may contain GM zucchini, corn on the cob and papaya. But beyond those that have already been approved for human consumption, many more GMOs are on the way – and they probably won’t be labeled.

  8. These 10 Inventions From 2016 Can Impact the Lives of ...

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    Dec 30, 2016 · Nemkumar Bhantia, a professor in the Civil Engineering Department at University of British Columbia (UBC) in the Canada, has developed roads that are self-repairing and sustainable. Built used ultra high-strength concrete and special fibres developed at UBC, the first such road in Karnataka is not only cost-effective, but has greater longevity.

  9. Why were GMO initially created? | GMO Answers

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    To better understand why GMOs were initially created, we have to take a look at the evolution of crop modification and how we got the foods we eat today. Farmers have intentionally changed the genetic makeup of all the crops they have grown and their livestock since domestic agriculture began 10,000 years ago .

  10. GMO's Flashcards | Quizlet

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    o UK study showed rise in soy allergies since modified soy was introduced skin prick test showed allergies not modified soy but not natural. BT corn Workers handling Bt Corn in India developed skin and respiratory problems and have to take antihistamines almost daily Could also be due to pollution highly correlational Antibiotic Resistance:

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