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English 102 3/6/2007 Annotative Bibliography Garcia, Maria A. (2005). Transgenetic Crops: Implications for Biodiversity and Sustainable Agriculture. Bulletin of Science, Technology and Society, 25, 335-353. In Transgenetic Crops: Implications for Biodiversity and Sustaniable Agriculture, Garcia questions the potential threats of genetically modified crops on biodiversity. She creates a worst-scene scenario by assuming the effects of GM crops will be the contamination of Earth’s once genetically diverse food supply. Acknowledging the many advantages and disadvantages of genetically modified foods, Garcia discusses the ethics and effects of planting GM crops. Kreimer, Susan (2007). Healthy Choices Coming to a Cafeteria Near You. H & HM: Hospitals & Health Networks, 81, 18. In Healthy Choices Coming to a Cafeteria Near You, Kreimer describes how hospitals across the country are choosing to eliminate trans-fatty foods and go organic
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Unformatted text preview: due to a recent study by the Center for Science in Public Interest. The study shows many harmful side effects of hospital foods such as the toll trans-fat in foods served in hospitals has on patients hearts. Furthermore, many hospitals are starting new programs that include personalized, healthy food choices served by hostesses that take special care to meet the patients needs. Vogel, Gretchen (2006). European Thumbs Green for GM. Science Magazine , 311, 25-25. In European Thumbs for GM, Vogel describes how December of 2005 marked the beginning of many European advances in genetically modified food regulation. The European Commission approved a 0.9% contamination error on foods labeled organic to be allowed in stores. Furthermore, Germany approved the testing of three new types of genetically modified foods....
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