I will pay for the following article The Advantages and Disadvantages of Genetically Modified Agricultural Crops. The work is to be 6 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a ref
I will pay for the following article The Advantages and Disadvantages of Genetically Modified Agricultural Crops. The work is to be 6 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. Since the perception of trees and plants as food sources, and more importantly, since the maybe accidentally acquired know-how of how to make trees and plants grow from seeds, Mankind has chosen to cultivate its very own green sources of food. The autarky of nature in deciding which, how and where trees and plants would grow was gone since then, and the dominance of mankind in this specific field of decision making has grown since and it is this very trajectory of growth that has now brought us into the era of genetically modified crops where our previous frontier of choices has been expanded to even include newly engineered breeds of plants, created with the objectives of having our needs even better catered to. However, there is an ongoing debate regarding the nature of benefits derivable from these Genetically Modified Crops (GM crops from hereon) and the costs that society has to incur for them, and the relative counteracting strengths of these aspects of GM cultivation, and the spread of the debate has encompassed spheres of Genetic engineering Science, Religious and related studies, agricultural economics, politics and many other social, physical and organic sciences. The objective of this essay is to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of GM crop cultivation. In what follows, to help create an overview of the global GM crop scenario, we first briefly talk about the history of the cultivation of GM crops and then move on to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of GM crops. We then proceed to talk about Golden rice, an example of GM crop before concluding the discussion with a brief summary.
The pace of adopting GM crops since their first commercial appearance has been very rapid. First commercially planted in 1996 in the form of a newly engineered breed of tomatoes, global GM crop cultivation as a whole has crossed 220 million acres in 2005. It should be noted, however, that in spite of this pace, large scale production of .GM crops has been limited to growing Soybean, maize, cotton and canola (oilseed rape) only. .