The capacity of the GMO to escape and potentially introduce the engineered genes into wild population; the persistence of the gene after the GMO has been harvested; the susceptibility of non-target life forms (e.g. insects which are not pests) to the gene product; the solidness of the gene; the diminishment in the spectrum of different plants incorporating loss of biodiversity; and expanded utilization of chemicals in agriculture. The ecological security aspects of GM yields vary considerably according to local.
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Last date updated on July, 2014