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     The Ins and Outs of Genetic Engineering
 History            Discovery            Adoption            Impact         Benefits         Risks         Conclusi...
History   Benefits   Risks   Conclusion
History   Benefits   Risks   Conclusion
History   Benefits   Risks   Conclusion
History   Benefits   Risks   Conclusion
    History      Benefits            Production            Environment            Health         Risks         Conc...
History   Benefits   Risks   Conclusion
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History   Benefits   Risks   Conclusion
History   Benefits   Risks   Conclusion
    History         Benefits         Risks            Production            Environment            Health         C...
History   Benefits   Risks   Conclusion
History   Benefits   Risks   Conclusion
History   Benefits   Risks   Conclusion
 History      Benefits      Risks      ConclusionHistory   Benefits   Risks   Conclusion
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“While biotechnology is not        a panacea for every nutritional and agricultural   problem, it is a powerful       tool...
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Genetically Engineered Pesticides
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Genetically Engineered Pesticides

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This presentation explores the benefits and risks of biotechnology that provides pesticide protection within the genetic makeup of crops.

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Genetically Engineered Pesticides

  1. 1.  The Ins and Outs of Genetic Engineering
  2. 2.  History Discovery Adoption Impact  Benefits  Risks  ConclusionHistory Benefits Risks Conclusion
  3. 3. History Benefits Risks Conclusion
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  7. 7.  History  Benefits Production Environment Health  Risks  ConclusionHistory Benefits Risks Conclusion
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  9. 9. 100 90 80 70 60 Conventional (Low) 50 Conventional (High) 40 Bt 30 20 10 0 Generation 1 Generation 2 History Benefits Risks Conclusion
  10. 10. History Benefits Risks Conclusion
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  12. 12.  History  Benefits  Risks Production Environment Health  ConclusionHistory Benefits Risks Conclusion
  13. 13. History Benefits Risks Conclusion
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  16. 16.  History  Benefits  Risks  ConclusionHistory Benefits Risks Conclusion
  17. 17. Bt:Conventional Corn Bt:Conventional Cotton GM Corn Conventional Bt Cotton Conventional History Benefits Risks Conclusion
  18. 18. “While biotechnology is not a panacea for every nutritional and agricultural problem, it is a powerful tool... it should not be rejected cavalierly."
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