GMO SOY BEANS
Legumes are one of categories of foods that have been said to be highly nutritious. The legumes have their origin in South East Asia, initially growing in the wild and only domesticated in 1100BC. Rich in oil and proteins, soy beans have now become common not just in the regions where they originated, but also in various parts of the world. Soybeans only became popular in America only in the 1940s and were incorporated in mainstream farming. In this paper, the soybean plant has been discussed extensively. Among the areas of focus include its benefit, uses in the cultural set-up and its economic value. Of even greater concern which is also part of the discussion is the issue of genetically modified beans. There has been a raging debate in regard to genetically modified foods with most countries frowning at the thought of accepting them. However, in recent times, GMOs have become very common, and they are becoming a large source of food. In examining whether genetically modified soybeans should be accepted r banned, the pros and cons have been carefully looked at.
The soybean plant belongs to the species of legumes. The plant grows annually and the growth of the plant may vary in terms of height and habit. The pods of soybean are fully covered with hair either brown or grey. This applies also to t...