The central government has paved the way for easier introduction of genome-edited crops. The government has clearly differentiated such crops from genetically modified crops and set relatively easier criteria for their introduction. would allow plants, or organisms with no “external” genes, to be subject to a regulatory process different from the regulatory process applied to genetically produced products. This will allow to avoid a lengthy process for approval of such GM crops through the Genetic Engineering Appraisal Committee (GEAC).
Genetic Engineering Appraisal Committee
Depending on the nature of the edit that is carried out, the process is divided into three categories — SDN 1, SDN 2 and SDN 3.
How is Gene Editing different from GMO development?
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