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genetically engineered

adjective Recombinant, see there.
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Environmental Risk Assessment of Genetically Engineered Plants: A Guide for Stakeholders, 2016
In the United States, after regulatory approval the oranges would not be required to be labeled as genetically engineered. If these sames oranges were exported to the European Union, siRNA would be undetectable in tests regardless of the trans-graft, but under EU legislation they would be classified and labeled as genetically engineered.
In the meantime, a law requiring the labeling of products containing genetically engineered ingredients would give consumers the opportunity to vote with their pocketbooks.
David Ervin of Portland State University in Oregon, who chaired the committee that wrote the report, said it found no large-scale environmental risks associated with the current genetically engineered corn, cotton and soybeans in the United States.
Meanwhile, Anheuser-Busch reports that genetically engineered rice has been detected in Budweiser beer, independent laboratory testing has revealed.
Jane Rissler, a senior researcher at the Union of Concerned Scientists in Washington, D.C., testified that planting food crops like corn and soy that are genetically engineered to produce pharmaceuticals and industrial chemicals is dangerous and may contaminate the food supply.
In 1998, scientists genetically engineered a goat to excrete lysozyme in its milk, and in 2002, another team created one variety of rice that produces human lysozyme and another variety that yields human lactoferrin.
Six months after passage of the Mendocino ordinance, state legislatures began introducing seed preemption bills prohibiting local communities from banning or regulating genetically engineered crops.
By Dr Shirley Al-Jabi Special to The Star The USDA, United States Department of Agriculture, announced on August 18 that samples of US Long Grain Rice harvested 2005 had tested positive for LL601, a genetically engineered rice produced by Bayer CropScience which provides resistance to the application of Glufosinate ammonium herbicide.
Scientists at UCSF and the University of Texas at Austin have produced ground-breaking bacterial images, as well as a bacterial camera, as part of MIT's intercollegiate Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) competition.
The relevant plant was genetically engineered with choline oxidase (COD), a kind of arthrobacter globiformis, using NPI's proprietary genetic technology MAT Vector System.
As organic products must, by law, be created only with non-genetically engineered ingredients, all organic Whole Foods Market-branded products will be labeled as not genetically engineered."

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