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Explanation: 'Transgenic foods'.
'Transgénico': Se aplica modernas técnicas de ingeniería genética para obtener cultivos mejorados (en éste caso).
Ver artículos sobre la controversia del 'maíz transgénico'y "Taco Bell" etc.
Ivan Sanchez Local time: 23:08 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in pair: 168
"genetically modified (GM) foods"
Explanation: IVASCO is right. Just for your info, this is another term for transgenic foods. salud :)
xxxPaul Roige Spain Local time: 05:08 Native speaker of: Spanish, Catalan PRO pts in pair: 442
Explanation: A Google search yields 1,320 for "bioengineered food; 18,600 for "genetically modified food"; 1,170 for "transgenic food"; and 14,500 for "genetically engineered food". I'd go with the numbers!
From Termium (which also provides "transgenic" but indicates that it is related to **animal** science):
bioengineered s CORRECT,ADJ
DEF - Modified by genetic engineering. s
transgenic s CORRECT,ADJ
DEF - Of or pertaining to two different genomes, especially with respect to a DNA sequence from one genome introduced into another. s
DEF - said of an animal or plant to which a gene of another species has been transferred s