Seedless watermelon, carrots, and water.
Corn, soda, and breads.
Papayas, soybeans, and apples.
Grapes, tomatoes, and cheese.
They improve farm profitability and make some farmers' jobs easier
They allow farmers to greatly increase the amount of crops produced.
They improve convenience for consumers, e.g. by creating foods with longer shelf lives.
They improve the nutritional quality of foods.
They cause less damage to the environment than conventional chemical-intensive agriculture.
Less than 5 percent
Nearly 100 percent.
It could cause your own genes to mutate.
It could cause your own genes to absorb the excess genes.
It has no effect on your genes
The effects on human genetics aren't known.
Yes, they offer substantial health advantages over foods produced from conventional crops.
Yes, they offer some health advantages over foods produced from conventional crops
No, they are neither better nor worse than foods from conventional crops.
No, they are slightly less healthful than foods from conventional crops.
No, foods produced from genetically modified crops are a known health risk.