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Climate change fuels rising arsenic levels in rice. GM crop varieties, new growing techniques could cut toxic exposure

Climate change fuels rising arsenic levels in rice. GM crop varieties, new growing techniques could cut toxic exposure

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Rice is particularly vulnerable to arsenic uptake because unlike most crops, it grows in flooded conditions with anoxic soil. Microbes ...
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