The Comparison between
Genetically Modified Crops and Organic Crops
Scientists are able to produce genetically modified plant that glow when harmed, have accidently created a genetically branded drug which has harmed over 5,000 people, these are just to occurrences of what genetically modified crops can do. Genetically modified crops are crops that have had genes transferred in them via DNA slicing or a Gene gun. The simple procedure of transferring genes between the food that is consumed by humans eat could either drastically improve people’s lifestyles/life or harm and affect the masses in a negative way. However, the dangers of genetically modified crops can be averted by the consumption of organic products, which are products that have not be influenced of fertilizers and pesticides, and are not genetically modified crops (Valenzuela, Hector). The analysis of the Topic of Genetically Modified Crops had led to an extensive conclusion that there is a sense of comparison between to forms of crops - organic crops and genetically modified crops. Nevertheless, Organic crops have both their positives, such enhanced soil ferity, higher biodiversity, and have their negatives such as, no guarantee of a long term source of food and a increase of labor therefore price (Elizabeth, Kunkel M. and Barbara H. D. Luccia). The two forms have both their benefits and unfavorable aspects; moreover, both of the two forms could not be determined either satisfactory or inadequate with an opinion based answer.
The basics of producing genetically modified crops consists of “slicing” desirable genetic traits from one organisms to another, this process allows to produce plants/crops with either negative or positive attributes. The process of genetically modified crops is done "By splicing the DNA from one organism [could be any organism] into the DNA of a second organism [In this scenario it would be the plant], scientists were able to pass a trait from the first organism to the second” (Nancy, Harris). According to Gregory Conko and Henry I. Miller, the perception and acknowledgement of genetically modified crops having the ability to aid farmers by, increasing yields, reduce pesticide spraying and save topsoil. On the other hand, as Ronnie Cummins had stated, "[Genetically modified] products clearly have the potential to be toxic and a threat to human health". The preceding information presented by Harris Nancy verifies that genetically modified crops is the procedure were the genes are accurately introduced to another organism via DNA slicing, the information provided by Gregory Conko and Henry I. Miller, offers data that validates that genetically modified crops have beneficial factors; On the other hand, Ronnie Cummins’s facts has authenticated that genetically modified crops have undesirable issues. Therefore, a clear conclusion can be conjured that genetically modified crops are crops that have genes brought in from other organisms to produce a desired...