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genetically modified

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgenetically modifiedgeˌnetically ˈmodified (also genetically engineered) adjective   (abbreviation GM) genetically modified foods or plants have had their genetic structure changed so that they are not affected by particular diseases or harmful insects
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genetically modifiedIt is not clear that producers of genetically modified organisms will be fully liable for any damage they may cause.The genetically modified saplings will in due course be infected with the virus to test their resistance.
From Longman Business Dictionarygenetically-modifiedgeˌnetically-ˈmodified abbreviation GM adjectiveFARMING genetically-modified foods and plants have had their GENETIC (=the materials that control the development of particular qualities) structure changed so that they are not affected by certain diseases or harmful insectsConsumers are turning their backs on genetically-modified ingredients, and demanding organic products.It became the first store to refuse to stock genetically-modified produce.
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