Genetically Engineered Virus Resistant Crops

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Genetically Engineered Virus Resistant Crops are crops that have had their DNA altered by a process known as genetic engineering to provide resistance to one or more viruses.

Genetically Engineered Virus Resistant Crops

Virus resistant GMOs (genetically modified organisms) that have been deregulated in the U.S. include:[1]

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  1. Determinations of Non-Regulated Status, USDA, Accessed August 9, 2012.

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