Video: Genetic modification isn’t as ‘unnatural’ as you think

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[Editor’s note: Jenna Gallegos is a plant biotechnology PhD student at the University of California – Davis and a member of the UC-Davis science outreach group Science Says. Follow Jenna on Twitter @FoodBeerScience and Science Says on Twitter @SciSays and Facebook.]

If we do a Google Image search of “GMOs,” the pictures we get all look pretty unnatural. But a long time before scientists ever figured out how to genetically modify plants in labs, microbes were cutting and pasting DNA into plants in nature.

The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion, and analysis. Read full, original post: Are GMO’s natural?

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