Dear , Guadalupe

I am interested in post because GMOs in food always caught my attention. I want to see how fast or slow these GMO foods grow.

One thing you said that stands out for me is: “The mandarins ” Cuties ” are also genetically modified and this is a great example of how with genetic engineering you can change the characteristics for example the size, because if you pay close attention they are always the perfect adorable size and don’t forget the perfect color and taste” I think this is interesting because when i see regular oranges, they are ugly and stuff but when i see the cuties, they’re cute and clean with no marks.

Your post reminds me of something that happened to me. One time i seen a stack of small potato’s that cost $6.00 and then i seen a pack or big flawless potato’s for half the price.

Thanks for your project. I look forward to seeing what you write next, because i want to find out the effect that GMO foods have on humans.

Dear Kemonjie

I am interested in your post because plants are being genetically engineered. I never knew that any of that was possible to do. How do they change plants without destroying it?

One thing you said that stands out for me is: “I feel that they should make certain laws to perform different things on food like the way they put parasite stuff to help the plants and stop the bugs from eating the plants.” I think this is intelligent because people may actually be eating poison or stuff that puts them at risks.

Your post reminds me of something that happened to me. One time i seen a flower in the store that was rainbow and I have always wondered if it naturally grew like that. Flowers are too fragile to fiddle around with.

Thanks for your project. I look forward to seeing what you write next, because plants are very fragile and I want to know the goods on how the scientist can not harm the plants.

 

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