Do genetically modified crops affect animal reproduction? A review of the ongoing debate.

@article{Zhang2011DoGM,
  title={Do genetically modified crops affect animal reproduction? A review of the ongoing debate.},
  author={Wenhui Zhang and Fenglin Shi},
  journal={Animal : an international journal of animal bioscience},
  year={2011},
  volume={5 7},
  pages={1048-59}
}
In the past few years, genetically modified (GM) crops aimed at producing food/feed that became part of the regular agriculture in many areas of the world. However, we are uncertain whether GM food and feed can exert potential adverse effects on humans or animals. Of importance, the reproductive toxicology of GM crops has been studied using a number of methods, and by feeding GM crops to a number species of animals to ensure the safety assessment of GM food and feed. It appears that there are… CONTINUE READING
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