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The study did use three different potatoes. There was a parent non-GMO potato, and two GM potato lines created from the parent. The two lines were produced at the same time, under the same conditions, using the same GNA lectin transgene.
Genetically modified potatoes are studied, criticized in Ireland ... moved like wildfire to the British Isles. ... against genetically modified organisms — that the crops will contaminate non ...
Sweet potatoes are natural GMOs. The paper outlines that the sweet potato is “one of the oldest domesticated crops in the Americas”. Archaeological studies have found it in caves dating back as far as 8,000-10,000 years. There are 13 known species and 2 naturally occurring hybrids.
The Guardian - Back to home ... GMOs aren't the problem. Our industrial food system is ... There are now thousands of independent research studies published by unaffiliated scientists on the ...
In 2005, a Russian scientist, conducted a study using rats. This study showed that more than half of the babies who were born from rats fed GM soy died within three weeks. This is compared to the 10% death rate of babies from rats fed non-GMO soy.
He never expected to find anything wrong with the GMO potatoes studied, but he did. Within days of publishing the team's findings, he was dismissed from the position he had held for decades. There are several other scientists on the list of slandered and publicly disgraced scientists who held their integrity intact by not selling out.
To clarify I want to say that my above comment was only meant to show that GMO foods are safe to eat, but we should not accept this as the end of the debate. Megan has done a fine job of synthesizing multiple studies that show how safe the GMO foods are for consumers, however we should not believe this is a closed book on GMO safety.
Top 10 Consumer Questions About GMOs, Answered GMO Answers conducted a nationwide survey with the Opinion Research Council (ORC) to gather consumers' top ten questions related to GMOs. Below are those questions in order of interest, followed by the facts about genetically modified foods for each.
Hawaii’s Big Island Bans GMO Crops and Biotech Companies. A team of scientists modified the DNA of the papaya in the 1990s to withstand a devastating ringspot virus. Large biotech companies like Syngenta, Monsanto, Pioneer, Dow and BASF have long been experimenting with GMO crops and seeds in Hawaii.
(A list of my publications and honors is attached.) 4. In 1989, I anticipated that there could be serious health risks to the British cattle and human populations from the practice of feeding cattle rendered meat from sheep and other animals. I published my warnings in Food Microbiology, 1990.