>>>There is general scientific agreement that food from genetically modified crops is not inherently riskier to human health than conventional food, but should be tested on a case-by-case basis.
>>>There are ongoing public concerns related to food safety, regulation, labelling, environmental impact, research methods, and the fact that some GM seeds are subject to intellectual property rights owned by corporations
chemicals have been released into the organism as the genes/DNA have been altered.this protects the crop from pests and harsh weather.
the altered genes also make the nutritional value soar so the value of the plant is good.
some may disagree with this as the genes could cause unknown side effects and it harms local wild life
To protect plant form insect damage, I will make it into a transgenic plant. Transgenic plant are called genetically modified organisms (GMO) because there is a gene added or removed in the original plant to obtain a set of characteristic such as insect damage.
the statement is true
substitution is the answer in this case