Third-Generation Biotechnology: A First Look

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Description: In May 2008, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) published a draft environmental impact statement for the use of genetically engineered fruit flies and pink bollworms in plant pest control programs. In laboratories and greenhouses, biologists in many countries are experimenting with fungi, viruses, bacteria, nematodes, insects, and other organisms genetically modified to express toxins, to mass produce sterile males, to spread disease among some animals and prevent disease among others, and to be useful in other ways in programs of integrated pest management.
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