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Biology Issues Investigation - (GM) Genetically Modified Crops

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Biology Molecular biology Biochemistry Genetic engineering Biotechnology Emerging technologies Gene delivery Genetically modified crops Genetically modified organism Monsanto Genetics Plasmid
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Biology Molecular biology Biochemistry Genetic engineering Biotechnology Emerging technologies Gene delivery Genetically modified crops Genetically modified organism Monsanto Genetics Plasmid
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(WHO 2016). The type of modification in an organism falls into two major categories, genetic engineering and artificial selection. The first is when a gene or genetic material from a different organism is transplanted to introduce a new property within the organism. The second is the promotion of certain desirable phenotypes and qualities through the selective breeding of organisms across generations. Whilst we have utilised the process of artificial selection for millennia, the issue however arises when we genetically engineer organisms, especially in agriculture, introducing genes from different organisms. Genetically engineered crops hold much promise in our current society, however raise certain ethical and social...
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