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Genetically Modified Food
Genetically modified food is derived from crops that have had their genes engineered to yield a specific result or effect, such as resistance to bacteria and disease, faster or larger growth, and production of additional nutrients. Use the following sources to learn more about genetically modified food and the medical, political, legal, and environmental issues surrounding it.
GMO's - EBOOKS
GMO Food - A Reference Handbook
The book provides clear, factual information and background on the history of genetically modified crops and foods, covering topics such as the historic methods of plant and animal modification.
Food and Drug Administration
This webpage discusses the FDA's role and policy around genetically engineered plants.
Live Science: GMO Facts
This site discusses both sides of the GMO issue with additional links to multiple organizations on both sides of the 'genetically modified" argument.
World Health Organization
This webpage discusses all aspects of genetically modified foods around human health and the environment.
U.S. National Library of Medicine
The National Library of Medicine's overview of genetically engineered foods.
A non-profit organization dedicated to providing non-gmo food sources. Provides information about genetically modified foods, as well as sources to obtain non-gmo containing foods.
Genetically Modified Foods
FILMS ON DEMAND
Films on Demand - Genetically Modified Foods
Films on Demand is a streaming video platform offering a robust collection of streaming videos for educational use. In addition to a core collection of content from educational video producer Films Media Group, Films on Demand streams content from a growing list of quality documentary sources.