Harvest of Fear: Engineer a Crop

1/28/2014 By:

The use of GMOs, genetically modified organisms, is a hot-button topic right now. Do we have a right to know what is in our food, is genetic engineering really so bad, is the engineering of crops now so different from what has been happening for generations? This interactive lets you try to develop the best corn plant by using the tried and true practice of selective breeding. By using bioengineering manipulation you try to develop a tomato plant that is resistant to certain insects. Learn how each method works and follow up your experimentation by reading the viewpoints about GMOs.
 
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