GERMANY: Scientists create GM tomato plant that will not transmit genes to other crops
Scientists at the Munster-based Institute of Plant Biochemistry and Biotechnology have developed a "safer" GM tomato, which will not transmit its modified genes to other crops. Without the fears of cross contamination from organic farmers and conservation groups, the researchers believe that this could lead to the production of a range of health boosting fruit and veg,
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