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Zero Sense In European Approach to GM
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Zero Sense In European Approach to GM

Zero Sense In European Approach to GM
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Zero Sense In European Approach to GM

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- Robert Wager  &  Alan McHughen, EMBO reports (19 March 2010) | doi:10.1038/embor.2010.33
http://www.nature.com/embor/journal/vaop/ncurrent/pdf/embor201033.pdf
 
European Union (EU) policies regarding genetically modified (GM) crops and food have increasingly isolated its member states from much of the rest of the world in this regard over the past decade. The discussion in European countries over whether to grow and eat GM crops and food has stalled plant research, while the rest of the world has been growing and using an increasing number of GM pest- or herbicide-resistant plants.

For reprint - write to Robert Wager <Robert.Wager@viu.ca>
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