According anything else. (Sennaar, Kumba, 1) However, GMOs can

According to the World Health Organization, a corporation that cooperates with the United Nations, genetically modified foods are defined as plants, animals or microorganisms that have had genes copied from other plants or animals combined into their DNA. Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) have made people resistant to antibiotics. As far as the environment goes, certain weed killers cause weeds to flourish instead of the crops. The different viewpoints explored within this report focus on how to solve this current issue and producing very special insecticidal ribonucleic acid (RNAs) which specifically kill only the potato beetles without harming anything else. (Sennaar, Kumba, 1) However, GMOs can also save humans lives, crop population, etc. in the world we live in. For example, GMOs can help farmers invest less money on their crop or animals (Nesbit, Rebecca, 1) and can repopulate endangered animals like salmon. (McQuaid, John, 1) It is argued that GMOs are bad while others argue that they are good for the human population. GM Food and animal An ecologist, Rebecca Nesbit, who has an earlier book about genetically modified food, she talked about the “The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation”, in one of her articles published in  September 5, 2017. “The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation” is making cereal crops that can fix their own nitrogen. The foundation can help poor farmers who do not have access to nitrogen fertilizers, and could reduce the huge environmental cost of producing and using fertilizer. A writer who won a Pulitzer Prize, John McQuaid,  said in his article that “There are foods such as seafood that are getting extinct and not able to produce anymore.” This means that GMO has to help or needs to help to produce the food that are getting less produced. For example, salmon they are disappearing ,but people want to eat salmon and want it produced. In another words, GMOs are needed and going to used in the future in a useful way such as making food that people want. (McQuaid, John, 1) By that, scientists developed a GMO salmon, doing experiments to make genetically modified (GM) animals. The fast-growing salmon can reach market size in meerly 18 months, roughly half the time its non-genetically modified counterpart. This GM salmon also requires less food, which would help the global food crisis. In addition to the rising food shortage, climate change will make much of the world’s arable land more difficult to farm. With this problem, the GM foods can produce more food solve the problem of farming difficulties. (Nesbit, Rebecca, 1) Furthermore, the GMO makes the food taste better which will make more money throughout the future. For example, the develop of seed of tomatoes made the tomatoes taste better than before which will make people prefer more.  In the future, the development of genetically modified food is seen not only to help make them taste better or stay longer, it can also be used to help develop foods that can greatly improve health. The future is bright for developing genetically modified food products that contain more essential nutrients. Genetically modified food can also be developed to help fight disease. Not long into the future, genetically modified food can help in the fight cancer. (Ardent, 1)Improving by non GMOs   An experienced freelance writer, editor, and researcher with nearly a decade of experience, Kumba Sennaar, described that “chemicals like insecticides that are often used in crops that are genetically modified are believed by some to increase the risks of cancer.” There is also a possibility that GMOs create new allergies and make people less resistant to antibiotics. As far as the environment goes, weed killers used for GMOs can cause the crops to breed with weeds, creating “superweeds” that require stronger and more expensive pesticides and weed killers. (Sennaar, Kumba, 1) A lot of governments and countries are blocking the trials to use GMO foods. A science editor,Sarah Knapton, once said “the widespread cultivation of genetically modified crops is the only way to feed the world”.(Knapton, Sarah, 1) The website the National Center for Biotechnology Information use information of very reliable doctors or scientists who work on GMOs write the information down. Doctors and scientists who research GMOs said that “there are many new ways of preserving the original foods(not GMO) will be developed without the use of chemical preservatives.” One example is the tendency of plant tissue to turn brown at a cut or peeled surface often has to be controlled through the use of preservatives such as sulphite. Damaged cells release the enzyme polyphenol oxidase, which catalyses the conversion of monophenols to quinones, which oxidise to form brown polyphenolic pigments. However, the gene for polyphenol oxidase has been switched off in experimental studies by genetic modification, blocking this discolouration spoilage. (Jones, Leighton, 1)ConclusionWith the rapid expansion in crops, GM agriculture will no doubt be heading in the future. Due to the growing popularity of GMOs, it is worth considering the benefits and risks of these futuristic foods. In the future, the advantages of GM will become more significant. For example, giving rapid expansion in crops to produce more foods. It will help the united nations food and agriculture organization. Furthermore, the use of GM foods would lead the world with a decrease percentage of the global food crisis. 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