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The amount of information available about GMOs is overwhelming especially since it is a relatively new issue. The best web sites for accurate information usually are from the government or from universities. This is a list of the sources I used.

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Online Sources

"Biotech Aimed at World Hunger." Health24News. 29 June 2000. http://www.biotechknowledge.com/showlib.php3?3649

"Biotechnology: Food and Security and Safety." Economic Perspectives; An Electronic Journal of the U.S. Department of State. 4.4 (1999) 5 April 2001 http://www.usinfo.state.gov/journals/ijee/bio-toc.htm

Bonner, John and Warnock, Kitty. "Greed or Need? Genetically Modified Crops." Panos Media Briefing. 30A (re-issue). (1999). 7 April 2001 http://www.oneworld.org/panos/briefing/brief30.htm

Greenpeace web site. 6 April. 2001 http://www.greenpeace.org/~geneng/

Monsanto web site. 6 April. 2001 http:www.monsanto.com/

Prakash, C.S. "Enemies of Biotech Ignore Hunger WorldWide." Center for Plant Biotechnology Research, Tuskegee University , Alabama. 5 Dec. 1999. http://www.biotechknowledge.com/showlib.php3?2553

"Prince Charles speaks out against GM Food." BBC News. 26 Feb. 1999. 10 April 2001. http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/special_report/1999/02/99/food_under_the_microscope/newsid_285000/285408.stm

Shiva, V. "Re: Continuing Discussion Between Vandana Shiva and Oxfam on Genetic Engineering." Online posting. 17 Nov. 1999. Diverse Women for Diversity. 30 Sept. 2000. http://www.mailarchive.com/ecofem@csf.colorado.edu/msg07279.html.

Tillotson, M. 2000. Reasoning Without Data, default assumptions. Conservation Ecology 4(2):rl.{online} http://www.consecol.org/vol4/iss2/resp1

United States. Cong. House. Congressional Statement. 31 March 2000 http://www.house.gov/bernie/statements/2000-03-31-gmos.htm

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Print Sources

Brown, Leann. Personal Interview. 19 Oct. 2000.

"Frankenstein's Plants?" Global Issues in Agricultural Research . 1.2 (1999). 29 Sept. 2000.

Klee, Harry J. Ph.D. Personal Interview. 20 Oct. 2000.

Knee, Brewster, Hanrahan, Maura, REV. "Farmageddon: food & the culture of biotechnology." Alternatives June 2000: 46.

Pearce, Fred. "Cashing in on hunger - Biotechnology's bid to feed the world is leaving less profitable techniques starved of funds." New Scientist 160 (1998): 2155.

Tam, Pauline. "Wealthy nations debate GM food as Africa starves: Europeans with full bellies must share research, Kenyan says." The Ottawa Citizen. 18 Nov. 1999, Final ed.: News; A8.

Toler, Deborah. "Biotechnology Not the Solution." The Toronto Star 25 July 2000, first ed. vanWijk, J. "Biotechnology and hunger: Challenges for the biotech industry." Biotechnology Development Monitor 41 (2000): 2-7.

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About the Author

Elizabeth Denlinger is a sophomore at the University of Florida where she is studying public relations and environmental science. Her interest in GMOs began two years ago in an International Environmental Relations Class. All information on this site is from secondary research and not original study.


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