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+ Genetically Modified Food: Technological Advance or Environmental Hazard By Emily Knapp
+ 5 Step Process Extracting DNA Cloning the Gene Plant Infiltration Gene Gun Method Agrobacterium Method Transformation Plant Breeding
+ Infiltration Methods Gene Gun Gene Gun Video
+ Infiltration Methods Agrobacterium Method
+ Beneficial Uses Pest Resistance Herbicide Tolerance Disease Resistance Environmental Condition Tolerance
+ Concerns Environmental affects Unintentional Gene Transfer Changes in Biodiveristy Health affects Allergies Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria
+ The Global Distribution of Genetically Modified Crops (Value in Million Hectors) United States BrazilIndiaChinaAustralia GM Crops Produced 66.8220.127.116.11.7
+ Top 10 Worst Foods Corn Soy Sugar Aspartame Papayas Canola Cotton Diary Zucchini Yellow squash
+ Why Does it Matter? Processed Foods 193 lbs of food per year Labeling restrictions Prop 37
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