unexpected effects from GE
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What would be the mechanism for the creation of "peak X" from
the genetic engineering?
If you don't mind, let us step back, for the moment, from the specific
issues of tryptophan and Bt toxin, and widen the issue somewhat.
I want to ask if you accept, or not, that the process of genetically
engineering can, and does, bring about unexpected, unpredictable effects in the
plants which are the recipients of foreign genes?
Perhaps I should make it clear that I am not an expert in the field of
genetics, I've just done some reading on the issues this year, as a concerned,