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Morals of gm foods
hectares of GM rice near San Diego. What are the risks to birds, insects and other non-target species that come into contact with or consume GM plants? Once the genetically modified technology is accepted by the public, another hard issue is brought out promptly, namely the cloning technology. Concern over unequal distribution of power often lurks just beneath the surface of criticisms that have been levied against genetically engineered foods. Like sex, the decisions we make about food define who we have been, who we are now, and who we want to become. Plant Journal 27: 503528. Intrinsically, people may have some thoughts: Do human have the right to generate new organisms? Washington, DC: Island Press.
Buttel FA (2005) The environmental and postenvironmental politics of genetically modified crops and foods. Until productive discourse is established, barriers between opposing views will only the Wife of His Youth, by Charles Wadell Chesnutt strengthen. The argument favouring these technologies hinges on their role in lowering costs of farm production, as well as potential benefits to farmers. Bart/Flickr, CC BY-NC While critics maintain that long-term health effects are uncertain, they contend that even if GM foods are safe to eat other harmful consequences should be considered, such as the impact of patenting laws on farmers and research integrity, or the risk. Since GM foods are not labeled, a person could suffer a potentially fatal allergic reaction,.g., an allergenic Brazil nut gene was transferred to a soybean variety, but the resultant modified crop was never released to the public.