GMO corn may save us from climate change food issues

If we will need climate-resistant corn and other food production plants sooner rather than later, applying a genetic-analysis method used to study and prioritize the genes in humans could improved the likelihood of finding critical genes in food production plants.

These genes control quantitate traits in plants, such as how the plants grow and when they flower. This method can be used to study how food production plants respond to drought, heat and other factors, giving scientists a greater chance at improving crops’ resistances to harsh weather and environments.

View the original article here: GMO Corn And Genetic Prioritization May Save Us From Climate Change Food Issues

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