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- The pros and cons of GM crops
- Genetically modified foods: safety, risks and public concerns—a review
- What are the pros and cons of GMO foods?
Genetically modified organisms or GMOs are a product of a form of scientific farming, where crops are administered with chemicals to increase their sizes and yields. It is becoming more and more common in many types of food we see every day. But due to its concept, it has been a topic in heated debates around the world, with proponents and opponents pushing their arguments. Here are the critical GMOs advantages and disadvantages:.
The pros and cons of GM crops
The global area sown to genetically modified GM varieties of leading commercial crops soybean, maize, canola, and cotton has expanded over fold over two decades. Crop production and productivity increased significantly during the era of the adoption of GM crops; some of this increase can be attributed to GM technology and the yield protection traits that it has made possible even if the GM traits implemented to-date are not yield traits per se. GM crops have also been credited with helping to improve farm incomes and reduce pesticide use. Practical concerns around GM crops include the rise of insect pests and weeds that are resistant to pesticides. Other concerns around GM crops include broad seed variety access for farmers and rising seed costs as well as increased dependency on multinational seed companies. Citizens in many countries and especially in European countries are opposed to GM crops and have voiced concerns about possible impacts on human and environmental health.
Genetically modified foods: safety, risks and public concerns—a review
With widespread introduction of GMOs in recent decades, especially in commercial food, some consumer advocates have mobilized to question the potential health and environmental risks associated with GMOs. Farmers, medical researchers, and leaders from other GMOs related industries argue that advanced forms of biotechnology have led to a reduction in global hunger, disease, and waste. Though the current discussion around GMOs generally revolves around crop commodities such as corn, soybeans, cotton, and canola, the term GMO also applies to the developments of many live-saving medicines that treat illnesses including diabetes, several forms of cancer, ebola, hepatitis A and B, diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, and polio. Additionally, many household and everyday items like laundry detergent, dish soap, and clothing are also genetically modified. While the debate around GMOs primarily focuses on the potential health and environmental factors at play, GMOs play many additional roles.
Engineers design plants using genetically modified organisms, or GMOs, to be tougher, more nutritious, or taste better. However, people have concerns over their safety, and there is much debate about the pros and cons of using GMOs. A manufacturer creates GMOs by introducing genetic material, or DNA, from a different organism through a process called genetic engineering. They must meet the same safety requirements as traditional foods. There is some controversy over the benefits and risks of GMO foods. In this article, we discuss the pros and cons of GMO crops, taking into account their potential effects on human health and the environment.
This paper reviews a number of recent social science publications on the nature and causes of food insecurity in low and middle-income countries. The focus is on one specific element of food insecurity, vitamin A deficiency, which is widespread in developing countries and causes blindness and early death among millions of children. The paper explores the pros and cons of this recently developed transgenic rice variety, and tries to answer the question whether in this particular case, genetic modification technology provides a solution to food insecurity. It is concluded that Golden Rice is one of the options available, but not necessarily the most effective one. This is a preview of subscription content, access via your institution. Rent this article via DeepDyve.
What are the pros and cons of GMO foods?
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Email: jennifer. The year marked the 20th year of the commercialisation of genetically modified GM crops. During the period from to , the global hectarage of these crops increased fold, making it the fastest adopted crop technology in recent times. The overall economic gains from these crops have been estimated to be USD The environmental benefits include contributing to the practice of minimal till agriculture and a decrease in the use of pesticides.
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