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Annotated Bibliography

Secondary Sources-

Benefits of GM Food: GMO - Benefits, 6 June 2005,

classes.soe.ucsc.edu/cmpe080e/Spring05/projects/gmo/benefits.htm. Accessed 2 Apr. 2017.

This website is about the benefits of genetically modified food. I used this source to learn about

why genetically modified foods are beneficial.

Charles, Dan. In A Grain Of Golden Rice, A World Of Controversy Over GMO Foods. NPR, NPR, 7

Mar. 2013, www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/2013/03/07/173611461/in-a-grain-of-golden-rice-a-

world-of-controversy-over-gmo-foods. Accessed 23 Apr. 2017.

This website is about golden rice and the controversy over golden rice. This source is used

for the picture of the golden rice.

Cottonseed Oil. Only Foods, www.onlyfoods.net/cottonseed-oil.html. Accessed 2 Apr. 2017.

This website is about cottonseed oil and the products that are made using cottonseed oil and what

cottonseed oil is. I used this source for the picture of the cottonseed oil to illustrate the types of

food that are genetically modified.

Genetically Modified Foods. Young People's Trust For the Environment, 12 Sept. 2014,

ypte.org.uk/factsheets/genetically-modified-foods/genetically-modified-foods. Accessed 23

Apr. 2017.
This website is about genetically modified foods and the first genetically modified foods

products. I used this source to find information on how much resources are saved when

planting genetically modified foods.

Genetically Modified Organisms. Genetically Modified Organisms,

tbcgeneticmod.wixsite.com/gmos/blank-c18zy. Accessed 2 Apr. 2017.

This website is about the political, environmental, and society impacts that are caused by

genetically modified foods. I used this source for the information about the impact of genetically

modified foods.

Glass, Emily. The Environmental Impact of GMOs. One Green Planet, 2 Aug. 2013,

www.onegreenplanet.org/animalsandnature/the-environmental-impact-of-gmos/. Accessed 2 Apr.

2017.

This website is about the impact genetically modified foods have on the environment and how it

benefits and harms the environment. I used this source to learn about the environmental impacts

of genetically modified foods.

Global Impact of Biotech Crops: Socio-Economic and Environmental Effects 1996-2006. GM Crop

Economic Environmental Impact, www.pgeconomics.co.uk/page/24/gm-crop-economic-

environmental-impact. Accessed 2 Apr. 2017.

This website is about the global impact of biotech crops and it has information on the benefits of

genetically modified foods. I used this source to learn about the environmental benefits of

genetically modified foods.

Hardcastle, Jessica Lyons. GMOs: the Future of Sustainable Agriculture? Environmental Leader, 18

Dec. 2013, www.environmentalleader.com/2013/12/gmos-the-future-of-sustainable-agriculture/.

Accessed 2 Apr. 2017.


This website is about the future of agriculture using genetically modified foods. I used this source

to learn about the future impact of genetically modified foods.

Integrative Crop Management Improves Rice Performance in China. Banner, 3 Dec. 2015,

dl.sciencesocieties.org/node/327/view. Accessed 2 Apr. 2017.

This website is about the improvement of rice crops because of genetically modified foods. I used

this source for the picture of a rice crop to show the types of genetically modified foods.

Mandel, Ken. GMO Food Pros and Cons. Newsmax, 11 June 2015, www.newsmax.com/Health/Health-

Wire/GMO-foods-positives-negatives/2015/06/10/id/649812/. Accessed 2 Apr. 2017.

This website is about the pros and cons of genetically modified foods. This source was used to

learn about the environmental benefits of genetically modified foods.

McComb, Bayley. GMOs Help Combat World Hunger. The Borgen Project, 8 Dec. 2016,

borgenproject.org/gmos-world-hunger/. Accessed 2 Apr. 2017.

This website is about how genetically modified foods helped combat world hunger. This source

was used to show how genetically modified foods increase yield of crops.

Murnaghan, Ian. Ethical Concerns and GM Foods. Ethical Concerns and GM Foods, 6 Mar. 2017,

www.geneticallymodifiedfoods.co.uk/ethical-concerns-gm-foods.html. Accessed 2 Apr. 2017.

This website is about the ethical concerns of genetically modified foods and what genetically

modified foods are. This source is used to learn about the ethical concerns of genetically modified

foods.

Novak, Sara. USDA Approves Non-Browning Genetically Modified Apples. Organic Authority, 14

Feb. 2015, www.organicauthority.com/usda-approves-the-first-non-browning-genetically-

modified-apple/. Accessed 2 Apr. 2017.


This website is about the creation of the worlds first genetically modified apple that doesnt

brown. This source was used for the picture of the genetically modified apple.

Pros and Cons of Genetically Modified Foods. HRFnd, 4 Dec. 2013, healthresearchfunding.org/pros-

cons-genetically-modified-foods/. Accessed 2 Apr. 2017.

This website is about the pros and cons of genetically modified foods. This source is used for

information on the pros and cons of genetically modified foods.

Robbins, John. Are Genetically Altered Foods The Answer to World Hunger? Earth Island Institute,

www.earthisland.org/journal/index.php/eij/article/are_genetically_altered_foods_the_answer_to_

world_hunger/. Accessed 2 Apr. 2017.

This website is about properties of genetically modified foods. This source is used for information

on how genetically modified foods can solve world hunger.

Smith, Jeffrey M. Health Risks. Institute for Responsible Technology, responsibletechnology.org/gmo-

education/health-risks/. Accessed 2 Apr. 2017.

This website is about the health risks of genetically modified foods. This source is used for

information on how genetically modified foods are harmful.

Tucker, Randall Lutter and Katherine. Unacknowledged Health Benefits of Genetically Modified Food:

Salmon and Heart Disease Deaths. AgBioForum, AgBioForum, 15 Mar. 2003,

www.agbioforum.org/v5n2/v5n2a04-lutter.htm. Accessed 2 Apr. 2017.

This website is about the health benefits of genetically modified salmon. This source is used for

information on health benefits of genetically modified foods.

Why Was Canola Oil Called Rapeseed? Quora, 25 June 2014, www.quora.com/Why-was-canola-oil-

called-rapeseed-oil.
This website is about why canola oil is called rapeseed. This source was used for the image of the

canola oil field.

Yee, Aubrey. GMOs That Prevent Cancer. Sustainable America, 12 July 2012,

www.sustainableamerica.org/blog/gmos-that-prevent-cancer/. Accessed 23 Apr. 2017.

This website is about types of foods that prevent cancer and other sicknesses. This source was

used to help prove why genetically modified foods are healthy.

Primary Sources-

Figora, Jim. Psychotically Modified Organism by Jim Figora. Fine Art America,

fineartamerica.com/featured/psychotically-modified-organism-jim-figora.html. Accessed 2 Apr.

2017.

This website shows a painting of genetically modified corn. This source was used for the painting

of the genetically modified corn.

Qaim, Matin, and David Zilberman. Yield Effects of Genetically Modified Crops in Developing

Countries. Science, American Association for the Advancement of Science, 7 Feb. 2003,

science.sciencemag.org/content/299/5608/900?variant=full-

text&sso=1&sso_redirect_count=1&oauth-code=46dc7595-543c-4934-8402-6fbe2fca0a9f.

Accessed 2 Apr. 2017.

This website is about the study of genetically modified foods and the yield effects of growing

genetically modified food. This source was used to prove that genetically modified foods do

increase yield of crops.


Tang, Guangwen, et al. Golden Rice Is an Effective Source of Vitamin A. The American Journal of

Clinical Nutrition, American Society for Nutrition, June 2009,

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2682994/. Accessed 2 Apr. 2017.

This website is about the study of golden rice and its vitamin A capacity. This source was used to

prove that genetically modified foods do have increased nutrition.

Variety Testing Program. Soybean - MU Variety Testing, varietytesting.missouri.edu/soybean/. Accessed

2 Apr. 2017.

This website is about the testing of soybean performance. This source was used for the image of

the soybean to illustrate the types of genetically modified foods.