How to grow toxin-free corn

Genetic engineering gives grain tool to stop infecting fungus from making aflatoxins

transgenic corn infected with fungus

GRAIN TRAINING  Genetically altered corn infected with Aspergillus fungus (shown) may be able to prevent the fungus from releasing carcinogenic toxins.

M.A. Schmidt

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