Qhow are medicines a gmo
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Could the decline of bees possibly be from all the hummingbird feeders that people have in their yards? I dont know about everyone else but my hummingbird feeders are always full of dead bees.
Posted on July 28, 2017
Response from: Community Manager, Moderator for GMOAnswers.com • on August 31, 2017
Hummingbird feeders often contain a sugar solution that is similar to plant nectar. Therefore, bees are attracted to these Hummingbird feeders, because similar to hummingbirds, the sugar/nectar attracts them. There are some hummingbird feeders on the market that are designed to prevent bees, ants, and other insects from getting in. Bee decline is complex and often misunderstood by the public. Chris Sansone, Global Regulatory Affairs Manager of Insect Resistance Management (... Read More
Are there commercially available tomatoes with animal DNA in Europe? or in the USA? and if not when could GM tomatoes with animal DNA be introduced in the market?
Posted on April 12, 2017
Response from: Community Manager, Moderator for GMOAnswers.com • on August 28, 2017
There are no GM tomatoes on the market but there is quite a bit of misinformation about GM crops on the Internet – for example “spooky” Fish DNA in tomatoes - that is designed to mislead and scare consumers. ... Read More
When creating a GMO and adding a gene from another species does the new addition change the genome of the organism by activating or creating new genes?
Posted on March 2, 2017
Response from: Kevin C. Glenn, Ph.D., Allergenicity/Pipeline Issues Mgmt Lead, Monsanto Company • on August 22, 2017
The term “GMO” typically refers to crops or animals that, through genetic engineering, have had a gene (or a few genes) from a different species inserted into their genome. So yes, by design, to improve a crop or animal with genetic engineering, the genome of the new, GE variety has been changed by the addition of new genes(s). Your question also asks about whether inserting the new gene(s) will “…activate genes…” Some traits in... Read More