Abstract

    Open Access Opinion Article ID: GJE-6-147

    Genetic Engineering in the Twenty-First Century: Genetically modified organisms

    Conrad B Quintyn*

    In agriculture, animals and plants are engineered to produce pharmaceuticals, and crops are modified to be nutritious, tolerant of herbicides and the natural environment, and resistant to disease. While these goals may seem practical, is it wise to modify plant systems without a clear idea of the long-term effects of genetic engineering in animals and humans? [1].

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    Published on: Oct 5, 2021 Pages: 73-75

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/gje.000047
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