Genetically modified food controversy is the use of genetically modified food and other ingredients from conventional crops and other uses of genetic engineering in food production. These disputes include consumers, farmers, and biotechnology companies. Government regulators, non-governmental organizations, and scientists. Controversial areas related to genetically modified foods (GM food or GMO food) are whether such foods should be labeled, the role of government regulators, inactivity of scientific research and publications, the impact of genetically modified crops on health and environment, impact on pesticide resistance, for farmers The effects of such crops, and the role of crops in feeding the people of the world. Also, products derived from GMO organisms play a role in the production of ethanol fuels and drugs.
Maize, a popular cereal in agriculture, is hard to see as a particularly deadly battlefield, but whenever it happens these invented crops are about strategy when it comes to war. Plagued by stemborer, a type of crop parasite, corn can
introduce a chemical defense that is essentially the equivalent of the parasite’s natural enemies among riders: waste. In a new study published in the journal Scientific Reports, scientists have isolated genetic markers that have made this significant alarm system possible. It is hoped that the discovery will help farmers
around the world protect their crops from parasitic insects that could make a living.
control on farmers can be catastrophic, and so biological interventions such as maize can be an effective means of sustaining livelihoods by selectively “sending burps” for incredible merits. The development of such biological defenses could potentially reduce the need for chemical pesticides that can cause nutrient runoff and algal blooms, leading to degraded aquatic ecosystems.