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Patents are a hot topic in the GMO debate, but did you know there are more non-GMO patents than GE ones? During #100DaysOfGMOS, learn all about how and why crops with any unique combination of traits - GMO, organic, or conventional - can be patented: https://gmoanswers.com/ask/you-claim-gmo-foods-are-essentially-same-non-gmo-and-therefore-safe-without-proof-other-hand
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There is only one GMO animal on the market - The AquAdvantage Salmon - and the only proteins in it are salmon proteins. Learn all about it, and explore the Frankenfood myth, during #100DaysOfGMOs: http://www.forbes.com/sites/gmoanswers/2015/12/16/frankenfood-myth-ge-salmon-still-salmon/#2715e4857a0b604aed256cae
The GMO landscape is changing. Originally GMOs provided direct benefits to farmers, but the next generation of GMO crops will directly benefit the people who eat them. Now that the FDA has approved the GMO salmon, apple and potato – will public opinion shift?
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Pictures of rats with tumors got you worried about GMOs? During #100DaysOfGMOs, learn all about that retracted Séralini study, and why it was considered “impossible to comprehend” and "seriously flawed" https://gmoanswers.com/ask/have-you-reviewed-study-showing-gmos-caused-cancer-lab-rats
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Think you know the difference between natural vs. synthetic pesticides ? You’d be surprised. #100DaysOfGMOs
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The number of undernourished people in the developing world has fallen by almost half. The U.N. is on a mission to end hunger by 2030 - learn how GMOs can help turn this whole map green: http://onforb.es/1jsNSWH
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Genetic engineering is one of many seed improvement methods. Learn about 4 of the most common ways seeds are improved to create new varieties of plants - selective breeding, cross-breeding, mutagenesis, and transgenesis:
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There are a lot of GMO studies. How can you tell which are credible and which aren't? [via: @compoundchem] https://www.pinterest.com/pin/322781498267062750/
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Did you know that humans have been improving seeds for over 10,000 years? Genetic modification just speeds up the process with greater precision. This infographic explains 4 seed improvement techniques: https://gmoanswers.com/sites/default/files/GTK_GMOS_Seed_Improvement_%20Sept2015.pdf
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GMOs are among the most highly regulated agricultural tools available today and have been proven to be as safe and nutritious as foods produced in any other way...so why are people so against them? Experts explore the roots of GMO concerns: https://gmoanswers.com/ask/are-gmos-bad-for-people-enviroment #100DaysOfGMOs
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How do you conceptualize & define nutrition? You'd be surprised how simple it can be. http://onforb.es/1IQNTz0
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GMO Answers (www.GMOAnswers.com) is open to your questions about how our food is grown.