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  If the preliminary research pans out, there may be a new way to feed the world's growing population. As if GMO wasn't enough to worry about...

In a series of experiments at the University of Illinois, the genetically modified tobacco plants grew up to 40 percent bigger than ordinary tobacco plants. If the same kind of tweak can work for food crops like wheat and soybeans, the scientists say, it could help farmers around the world produce enough food to sustain a growing global population.

For more, check out this NBC News story.

 
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