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  1. Roscoe Biggs

    What a load of hooey,I am willing to bet you have no clue as to the difference between a GMO and a GEO. hint this first has to do with bees the latter involves a petrie dish.

  2. Urban Artichoke

    The USDA and the FDA define GMO to include GE, as well as plants modified by the traditional means of cross pollination, although it’s true that GE refers specifically to genetically engineered organisms. In the media, popular usage of the term GMO is associated with genetic engineering, which is the manipulation of recombinant DNA in cells, which takes place in the laboratory.
    By the way petri dish is not spelled “petrie”.

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