Translation of genetically modified in Spanish:

genetically modified

transgénico, adj.

adjective

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    transgénico
    genéticamente modificado
    genetically modified foods alimentos transgénicos masculine
    • Researchers are developing genetically modified poppies producing artificially high thebaine levels.
    • The legislation to allow the release of genetically modified organisms was passed in 1996.
    • Leaf disks are made of the target species the plant species that will be altered, genetically modified, or transformed.
    • He is equally emphatic in his opposition to genetically modified food which he thinks is being propelled by the multinationals.
    • The test was based on genetically modified viruses that infect only the tuberculosis bacteria.
    • Now that the genome is known, scientists hope to accelerate the rate of evolution creating a range of genetically modified birds.
    • The use of genetically modified organisms is prohibited, but not all farms are organic.
    • The Japanese have genetically modified onions that suppress the enzyme which causes weeping.
    • Are they just experimenting with genetically modified wheat or are darker deeds going on behind the heavily fortified walls?
    • It is not impossible for organic and genetically modified agriculture to coexist.
    • It seems that genetically modified fruit and vegetables are engineered to last longer on the shelf.
    • You've been an outspoken critic of genetically modified foods and genetic engineering.
    • When the soyabeans are genetically modified they can lead to a host of health problems that have now been well documented.
    • Added to this is the routine addition of antibiotic resistant genes to genetically modified plants by corporations.
    • I want to allay any fears that the wheat to be donated is genetically modified.
    • The issue of labelling genetically modified foods is likely to come before the World Trade Organisation in the near future.
    • The organism is genetically modified and is likely to directly or indirectly enter the human food chain.
    • This is likely to be a useful tool for the characterization of genetically modified plants.
    • The new sprouts are not genetically modified in the sense of having artificial genes introduced from other species.
    • Whether such genetically modified vines can retain the same variety name remains to be legally tested.