A Review on Impacts of Genetically Modified Food on Human Health

@inproceedings{Verma2011ARO,
  title={A Review on Impacts of Genetically Modified Food on Human Health},
  author={Charu Verma and Surabhi Nanda and Ratender K Singh and Ram B. Singh and Sanjay J. Mishra},
  year={2011}
}
Biotechnology offers a variety of potential benefits and risks. It has enhanced food production by making plants less vulnerable to drought, frost, insects, and viruses and by enabling plants to compete more effectively against weeds for soil nutrients. In a few cases, it has also improved the quality and nutrition of foods by altering their composition. However, the use of biotechnology has also raised concerns about its potential risks to the environment and people. For example, some people… CONTINUE READING

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