Genetically Modified Organisms

A genetically modified organism (GMO) is any organism whose genetic material has been altered using genetic engineering techniques. A wide variety of organisms have been genetically modified (GM), from animals to plants and microorganisms. People have been altering the genomes of plants and animals for many years using traditional breeding techniques. Agricultural plants are one of the most frequently cited examples of genetically modified organisms (GMOs). Some benefits of genetic engineering in agriculture are increased crop yields, reduced costs for food or drug production, reduced need for pesticides, enhanced nutrient composition and food quality, resistance to pests and disease, greater food security, and medical benefits to the world's growing population.

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