genetically modified organism

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genetically modified organism

n. Abbr. GMO
An organism whose genetic characteristics have been altered by the insertion of a modified gene or a gene from another organism using the techniques of genetic engineering.
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Despite this technical difference, the experiment clearly illustrates some of the fundamental methods used to create a true transgenic organism.
com/research/1ecdf2/safety_assessment) has announced the addition of the "Safety Assessment of Transgenic Organisms, Volume 3: OECD Consensus Documents" report to their offering.
In addition, modification of the expression of this enzyme in transgenic maize plants or in other transgenic organisms (including bacteria, yeast, and other plant species) can be useful for the generation of novel starch forms or altered starch metabolism.
The case study is a product of the international GMO Guidelines Project, which addresses the environmental and agricultural impacts of transgenic organisms but does not evaluate human health effects or ethical implications.
We strive to have solid information about what happens with transgenic organisms in the real-world environment, not just in the lab or under controlled conditions.
Issues that were dropped from the final draft included the labeling of products derived from genetically modified organisms, placing liability and responsibility for transgenic materials on exporters, and granting grounds for refusing imports of transgenic organisms based on socio-economic or human health concerns.
com/research/76c783/safety_assessment) has announced the addition of the "Safety Assessment of Transgenic Organisms, Volume 4: OECD Consensus Documents" report to their offering.
glucosidase enzymatic activity, a polynucleotide encoding the polypeptide, nucleic acid constructs carrying the polynucleotide, transformed cells, such as yeast cells, and transgenic organisms expressing the polynucleotide.
It can be used for the sequencing of genes, detection of infectious and hereditary diseases, identification of genetic fingerprinting and the creation of transgenic organisms.
Biotechnology, one of the tools of the gene revolution, is much more than genetically modified organisms (GMOs), sometimes also called transgenic organisms.