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Genes escaped from cultivated GM rice to its weedy and wild relatives.
Bt rice showed signs of dwarfism and other abnormalities.
Transgenic expression of a disease-resistance gene activated the
oxidative-stress response in rice.
Genetically modified (GM) insect-resistant rice and weedy rice hybrids
have increased seed production.
Yield differences between insect-resistant Bt rice and non-GM rice.
New GMO Rice Lines in India Are High in Vitamin A Precursor,
But Unfit for Cultivation Due to Low Yield and Lack of Plant Vigor
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