The genetically engineered crops are also known as bioengineered foods. The underlying principle of genetically engineered crops is that the normal or basic plants or crops are genetically changed by using the foreign genes, which might be from any animal or plant or even microorganism. The genetic engineering (GE) allows the beneficiaries to under go genetic changes by taking certain desired genes from one plant into another. The process is followed so that the new plant is developed which gives rise to new development which is often related to harmful effects for human beings. The main purpose of such changes in the food crops is to make the staple crops into species which is poisonous to insects, especially to resist from fungus. (Liang, “Genetically Modified Crops: Their Development, Uses, and Risks”).
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