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Are Regulations on Genetically Modified Organisms Holding Back Agricultural Innovation?

News   Apr 25, 2019 | Original story from the University of Copenhagen

 
Are Regulations on Genetically Modified Organisms Holding Back Agricultural Innovation?

Broccoli florets are masses of attempted flowers that are genetically programmed to fail through traditional breeding techniques -- so from the point of view of its wild cabbage relatives, broccoli is a mutant. Credit: University of Copenhagen.

 
 
 

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