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  • 1. GMOs in the Developing World Student Presentation Zachary Larson
  • 2. IntroductionGMOs are playing a powerful role•Differing views in the Developing World•Cautious Optomism•Down Right Hostility•Need for balanced Approach to access GMOspotential
  • 3. Benefits of GMOSBenefits Widely Known in the Developed WorldStep up from traditional breedingAble to specifically target genetic mechanismsUsed to combat nutrition problems like Vitamin A Deficiency
  • 4. Benefits ContinuedIncreasing YieldCrop ImprovementPest ControlBT Cotton
  • 5. Concerns Regarding GMOsOpposition and skepticism to GMOs is widely presentDamage to the Environment, Agriculture, and BiodiversityIndias long opposition and eventual adoption of Bt Cotton
  • 6. Further ConcernsPotential Disruption of EnvironmentAffect on National EconomyConsumer ConfidenceChinas Experience with GMOs
  • 7. Ethical ConsiderationsGMOs are made with good intentionsHave the ability to target specific agriculturalproblemsAdoption of GMOs can improve food security andlimit nutritional deficienciesGMOs adoption must be done in care ofenvironmental and consumer issues.
  • 8. ConclusionGMOs have a powerful potential in the developing worldOptimism and SkepticismNeed for Ethical Adoption
  • 9. Works Cited1.Evenson, Robert E.Journal of Agricultural & Food Industrial Organization. Volume 2, Issue , Pages –, ISSN (Online) 1542-0485, DOI: 10.2202/1542-0485.1056 , May 20042.Joel I. Cohen, Robert Paarlberg, Unlocking Crop Biotechnology in Developing Countries––A Report from the Field, World Development, Volume 32, Issue 9, September 2004, Pages 1563-1577, ISSN 0305-750X, 10.1016/j.worlddev.2004.05.003.3.Moisés Burachik, Experience from use of GMOs in Argentinian agriculture, economy and environment, New Biotechnology, Volume 27, Issue 5, 30 November 2010, Pages 588-592