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  1. After India’s GMO cotton miracle, food crops remain blocked ...

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    After India’s GMO cotton miracle, food crops remain blocked– Here’s why ... many scientists, in India and around the world, are looking to the potential of genetically engineered crops ...

  2. Genetically modified food - Wikipedia

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    With the creation of golden rice in 2000, scientists had genetically modified food to increase its nutrient value for the first time. By 2010, 29 countries had planted commercialized biotech crops and a further 31 countries had granted regulatory approval for transgenic crops to be imported.

  3. Genetically modified potato - Wikipedia

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    Unmarketed varieties. A modified Désirée potato was developed in the 1990s by biochemist John Gatehouse at Cambridge Agricultural Genetics (later renamed Axis Genetics) and had gone through two years of field trials at Rothamsted Experimental Station. The potatoes were modified to express the Galanthus nivalis agglutinin (GNA)...

  4. GMO potatoes: The risks to health - GMWatch

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    Dr Caius Rommens developed GMO potatoes for the Idaho-based agbiotech company Simplot. The chief genetic modification he introduced was to silence the potatoes' melanin (PPO) gene. This gene, when operative, causes potatoes to discolour when bruised.

  5. GMO Food Scandal - DRDACH

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    The animal and human studies which show harmful effects of GMO foods have been suppressed, and the scientists fired and persecuted, such as the case of Arpad Pusztai . GMO Creates A New Drug Genetic engineering of plants used as human food, in fact, creates a new drug.

  6. Genetically modified food - Wikipedia

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    In July 2016, Public Law 114-214 was enacted to regulate labeling of GMO food on a national basis. In some jurisdictions, the labeling requirement depends on the relative quantity of GMO in the product.

  7. US approves two types of genetically engineered potatoes

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    Oct 31, 2016 · The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Friday, Oct. 28, 2016, that it has approved commercial planting of two types of potatoes that are genetically engineered to resist the pathogen that ...

  8. Genetically modified potatoes are studied, criticized in ...

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    Ewen Mullins is the face of modern Ireland: Young, cosmopolitan, highly educated, he is a plant scientist whose work on a genetically modified potato inherently looks to the future. But Mullins also must think back to one of Ireland’s darkest chapters, the Great Famine of the 1840s.

  9. Consumer Perception of Genetically Modified Organisms and ...

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    Nov 10, 2015 · Genetically engineered (GE) 4 or genetically modified (GM) foods, or those that contain some genetically modified organisms (GMOs), were introduced to the US market and appeared on supermarket shelves in 1994 with the Flavr Savr tomato .

    • Shahla Wunderlich, Kelsey A Gatto
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    • 2015
  10. Genetically modified foods: safety, risks and public concerns ...

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    Dec 19, 2012 · Quantification of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in foods. Testing on GMOs in food and feed is routinely done using molecular techniques like DNA microarrays or qPCR. These tests are based on screening genetic elements like p35S, tNos, pat, or bar or event specific markers for the official GMOs like Mon810, Bt11, or GT73.

    • A. S. Bawa, K. R. Anilakumar
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    • 2013