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Glyphosate-resistant GM soybeans differ compositionally from non-GM
soybeans and contain high residues of the herbicide glyphosate.
Herbicide-resistant soybean plants were shorter, with less chlorophyll,
lower weight, and increased susceptibility to stem-splitting at high
Diet containing glyphosate-resistant soybeans affected the nuclei of
liver cells in mice.
Glyphosate-resistant soybeans had lower yields.
Root colonization of glyphosate-resistant soybeans by pathogenic
Fusarium fungi increased with glyphosate application.
Glyphosate-resistant soybeans have altered root nodules when sprayed with
Transgenic DNA from glyphosate-resistant soybeans was detected in the
intestinal flora of humans.
Increased planting of glyphosate-resistant crops and application of
glyphosate causes increase in glyphosate-resistant weed species.
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