Genetically Modified Tomatoes
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Before: Farmers are sad because all their tomatoes from last harvest were either bland, misshapen, dull, half-eaten by bugs, or thin skinned, therefore attaining bruises easily.
After: Fortunately, scientists have figured out a way to genetically modify tomato DNA so as so create a round, bright, durable, insect-resistant, and still-edible tomato plant!
A man named Herbert Boyer discovered genetic engineering and the manipulation of genes. Later, the first genetically modified plant and animal where created.
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