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Angry Biotech Firms Are Blaming The Industry Leader For Bringing Modified Crops
...d that Monsanto's herbicide-resistant RoundupReady soya
beans had been shipped to Europe mixed with ordina...interpreted the move as a ploy to force transgenic soya
down European throats. Monsanto officials have always maintained that the decision not tose...
Researchers Prove Chemoprevention Can Work
...of China. They are commonly found in corn,peanuts, soya
sauce, and fermented soy beans. Senior author Thomas Kensler, PhD, professor, EnvironmentalHealth Sciences, said, "We know a lot about how aflatoxin works. We were able todevelop the analytic tools to measure aflatoxin elimination, and tha...
Farming's genetic revolution has yet to materialise
...8 on the performance of modified cotton, maize and soya
beans. Some ofthe genetically modified crops produce an insecticide called Bt. Others aremodified to tolerate high doses of the herbicide glyphosate. To study the use of pesticides on these crops, the USDA divided thecountry into various diff...
Monsanto's modified soya beans don't agree with the heat
...es don't agree with Monsanto's herbicide-resistant soya
beans, causing stems to split open and crop losses... Latin American countries as major markets for its soya
beans. "It has the potential to be quite a problem," says Bill Vencill of the University of Georgia ...
First direct evidence that environmental oestrogens affect sperm fertility
...ironmental oestrogens were genistein (G), found in soya
and other legume vegetables, 8-prenylnaringenin (8-PN), found in hops, and nonylphenol (NP), found in industrial products such as synthetic cleaners, paints, herbicides and pesticides. The natural oestrogen was oestradiol 17 (E2), which is present i...