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Since their market introduction in
1996, agricultural biotechnologies
that confer insect or herbicide
resistance have been adopted
extensively by agricultural producers.
More recently, DNA technologies that produce plantmade pharmaceuticals are being developed for future release. The market penetration of any of these
products depends on consumer
acceptance, but recent research
indicates mixed opinions of GMO (genetically modified organism)-
derived products by U.S. consumers.

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Date Of Record Release 2010-01-22 18:32:31
Description Since their market introduction in
1996, agricultural biotechnologies
that confer insect or herbicide
resistance have been adopted
extensively by agricultural producers.
More recently, DNA technologies that produce plantmade pharmaceuticals are being developed for future release. The market penetration of any of these
products depends on consumer
acceptance, but recent research
indicates mixed opinions of GMO (genetically modified organism)-
derived products by U.S. consumers.
Classification
Resource Type
Format
Subject
Source Participatory Assessment of Social & Economic Impacts of Biotechnology
Keyword Biotechnology, Agriculture, Farming
Selector Marks
Date Of Record Creation 2010-01-22 18:26:07
Education Level
Date Last Modified 2010-01-22 18:32:49
Language English
Date Record Checked: 2010-01-21 00:00:00 (W3C-DTF)

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