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No evidence GMO chestnut trees harm humans, animals or the environment, developers tell USDA

State University of New York | 
Researchers at the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) have developed Darling 58 American ...
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Video: Ecological and economic value of restoring American chestnut tree using GM technology

Planet Forward | 
American chestnut trees were once among the most majestic hardwood trees in the eastern deciduous forests, many reaching 80 to ...

Scientists believe GMO chestnut trees will conserve genetic diversity, local adaptations

Conversation | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. . . . Of ...

Talking Biotech: GMO rescue of American chestnut tree and genetic history of lettuce

Genetic Literacy Project | 
American chestnut tree GMO revival: William Powell; DNA of lettuce: Richard Michelmore ...

William Powell video interview on the return of the American chestnut tree

Biology Fortified | 
When European settlers came to America, they found vast forests in the Appalachian mountains, dominated by the American chestnut. But ...
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