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chatBEIJIN▓G, April 27 (Xinhuanet)-- German Chancellor Angela Merkel warned against too much ho▓stility toward crops containing genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) and called for an open political discussion about the risks and c▓oncerns over biotechnology."There must be an open polit▓ical discussion about the risks and concerns over biotechnology," the Chan

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, however, should not immediate▓ly give way to objections, Reuters reported. Merkel said many millions of euros ▓had been invested in developing such▓ crops as the Amflora potato in the▓ hope that field trials could be made. "Thi▓s fact cannot simply be ignored because curr▓ently sentiment is hostile," Merkel said. Merkel stressed the ban on the MON 810 GMO maiz

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rty should remain open to biotechnology which in future coul▓d become a key feature of agriculture. Some fear that Germany's ruling government ▓coalition ban of GMO maize could damage the country鈥檚 r▓eputation as a location for scientific development. Earlier this month, German Agriculture Minister Ilse ▓Aigner banned cultivation and sale ▓of GMO maize of typ

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ld make a new review of an application for open-air trial cultivation of ▓the GMO potato Amflora developed by German group BASF鈥攚hich is not yet involved in commerc▓ial plantings. Related stories:BEIJING, Dec. 15 -- Sc▓ientists may have figured out one reason some people rea▓ch for the french fries instead of an ▓apple. It could be a gene that's been linked t

o an increased risk of obesity. A study of children found ▓those with

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a common variation of the gene tend to overeat high-calorie foods. They ate 100 extra calories per▓ meal, which over the long term can put on weight, said Colin Palmer, who led the study at the Univ▓ersity of Dundee in Scotland.The findings don't mean that everyone with that version of the gene will eat too much and become obese, ▓he said. They just might have

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he said. "This gene will not make you overweight if you do not overeat." Palmer said the results support ▓the theory that childhood obesity today could be connected to the widespread availability and low cos▓t of high-calorie foods. The research is publishe▓d in Thursday's New England Journal of Medicine. Last year, scientists discovered the gene, named FTO, wa

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know if the FTO gene also had to do wi▓th eating behavior, or whether it involved how ▓the body burns calories. They studied over 2,700 Scott▓ish children ages 4 to 10 and put a group of▓ them through extensive tests. Nearly two-thirds of t▓he children had at lea

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st one copy of the gene variant, about the same proportion found i▓n last year's study of mostly white Europeans. That study found that those with one co▓py of the gene variant had a 30 percent increased risk of obesity, and carriers of two copies had almost a 70 percent increased risk. The gene variation is also found in other populations; the frequency ▓in

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    y link in the larger Scottish group, the researchers exam▓ined 97 of the children. They took a number of measure▓ments, including body fat and metabolic rate. The children were given three meals at school to evaluate their eating behavior. The meal included a mix of fruits and vegetables, ham, cheese, pot▓ato chips, chocolate candies and bread rolls. The resear

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    ce in metabolic rates, levels of▓ physical activity or the amount of food eaten. "The only thing we could find was the fact that they were eating much richer foods," said Palmer. On average, those with the gene variant ate ▓100 calories more than those without it. Dr. Rudolph Leibel, an obesity researcher at Columbia University in New York, said getting good m

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    h study did it in a closely controlled manner. He said the ov▓ereating may be driven more by the need▓ for calories than a preference for fatty foods. Fat is ▓just a good way to get those extra calories. "Bite for bite, there are more calories in a Big Mac than there are in an apple," said Leibel, who wrote an editorial that accompanies the study in the journal

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