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  • adj. Not engineered; traditional, natural, or organic.


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non- +‎ engineered


  • But some farmers said there might not be enough nonengineered seed available to satisfy demand.

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  • Tom Vilsack said his agency would make sure that nonengineered alfalfa seed stayed available.

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  • Mr. Vilsack said Thursday that his department would take other measures, like conducting research and promoting dialogue, to make sure that pure, nonengineered alfalfa seed would remain available.

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  • And exports of nonorganic but nonengineered crops to certain countries can be jeopardized if genetically engineered material is detected in significant amounts.

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  • He said the company had submitted data to the FDA showing that its salmon was indistinguishable from nonengineered Atlantic salmon in terms of taste, color, vitamins, minerals, fatty acids, proteins and other nutrients.

    The Seattle Times

  • But it said there was some evidence that the availability of nonengineered crops "may be restricted for some farmers."

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  • Labeling must not be false and misleading, such as by implying that the nonengineered fish was in some way superior to the engineered fish.

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  • (Roundup® mercilessly kills nonengineered plants.)

    People's Weekly World Blog

  • They found that their engineered phage eliminated 99.997% of the bacterial biofilm cells, an improvement by two orders of magnitude over the phage’s nonengineered cousin.

    Virus to Combat Harmful Bacteria | Impact Lab


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