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Salt-tolerant, GM Eucalyptus tree has no adverse effects on biodiversity, study finds

Salt-tolerant, GM Eucalyptus tree has no adverse effects on biodiversity, study finds

[A]n RNA chaperone gene derived from common ice plant (Mesembryanthemum crystallinum), alleviated injury and loss of biomass production by salt ...
Can GM corn eliminate insecticide use? For some farmers, the answer is yes, study shows

Can GM corn eliminate insecticide use? For some farmers, the answer is yes, study shows

Maize production is one of the most important activities for the Honduran economy, both in terms of area cultivated and ...
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Untraceable CRISPR? New gene editing method modifies plants without leaving ‘foreign DNA’ footprint

Jongjin Park, Sunghwa Choe | 
Processes of traditional trait development in plants depend on genetic variations derived from spontaneous mutation or artificial random mutagenesis. Limited ...
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Biotech experts say gene-edited plants will yield greater benefits than GMOs or conventional crops

Rim Lassoued | 
Here we present the results of an expert survey on the added potential benefits of genome-edited crops compared to those ...

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