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Genetic Engineering for Food Supply. Suzanne Distrola. What is genetic engineering?. Genetic makeup of cells is changed. To produce new organisms, the genes are moved from one species to another. Beneficial. Farmers Financially Efficiently Replenishes food supply Wider variety of food.

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what is genetic engineering
What is genetic engineering?
  • Genetic makeup of cells is changed.
  • To produce new organisms, the genes are moved from one species to another.
beneficial
Beneficial
  • Farmers
    • Financially
    • Efficiently
  • Replenishes food supply
  • Wider variety of food
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Who

[full orange]The five countries producing more than 95% of commercialized GMO

[legend pattern orange] Other country producing commercialized GMO.

[orange dot]Only experimental crops.

square watelmelons and seedless watermelons
Square watelmelons and seedless watermelons
  • Japanese farmers have forced their watermelons to grow in a square shape by inserting the melons in a square, tempered glass case while the fruit is still growing on the vine
  • Seedless watermelons