Genetically Modified Foods

Agricultural Studies / April 23, 2015 / No Comments /
This paper examines the positive and negative impacts of genetically modified food.

This paper looks at the many potential and proven benefits resulting from the usage of genetically modified organisms such as longer lasting and better tasting fruits and vegetables, crops that require less use of pesticides, and improved nutrient content in certain foods. The author also examines specific problems with using such organisms.
“The scientific and social communities are currently engaged in a heated debate about the benefits versus the risks of Genetically Modified foods. The benefits are predicted to aid the agriculture community and humans while the risks are expected to also affect the ecosystem and humans negatively. Two specific examples of GM’s soybeans and corn -are currently in the forefront in this controversial and unresolved issue.”


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