Perez 1Jason PerezProfessor StricklandAP English Language and Composition19 May 2016Annotated BibliographyVaesa, Janelle. "Genetically Modified Organisms: Pros and Cons of GMO Food." Decoded Science (2013): 1-2. 5 Jan. 2013. Web. 19 May 2016.Vaesa’s article is a very well organized and structured list about thebenefits and consequences of GMOs. It uses information gathered from the UN and the U.S. Department of Energy. It also uses graphs which provide an extra visual example of the information it presents. Some of the pros, it states, arefaster crop output and resistance to disease and pests. A con of GMOs, it says, is the risk of potential health problems.Lee, Jaeah. "CHARTS: World's GMO Crop Fields Could Cover the US 1.5 Times Over." Mother Jones. Foundation for National Progress, 26 Feb. 2013. Web. 19 May 2016.This article is filled with charts and graphs that depict various statics aboutGMOs. For example, some are about the amount of area used to grow GMO crops and some list the countries that use the most GMOs. There also some bodies of text below the graphs in order to provide a greater understanding of theinformation they present.