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Reducing this risk (for example by installing airbags and using seat belt driving example) is risk management.
Risk management is often distinguished from risk assessment, which consists of scientific considerations of risk. Risk management includes policies, laws, and more social aspects of risk.  However, optimization between variables is usually not straightforward for biotechnologies and bioengineering applications.

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Bt produces a protein that targets insect pests. Scientists “borrow” genetic material that expresses this protein and inserts it into plant species, including maize. The original report only showed that Bt-containing pollen fed directly on Monarch larvae is toxic but does not include real field exposures.

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Since then, more intensive studies suggest that the risk is low enough to be an acceptable benefit of insect resistance. Some studies have shown that corn pollen travels normally at limited distances and that pollen tends not to accumulate on favored ones Monarch food, i.e. milkweed leaves. Pollen production also usually does not occur at the same time as active Monarch larval feeding.

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Most would agree that the Monarch butterfly is a beautiful creature.  What if we lose it to biotechnology, as a recent report suggests? Reporting stated that pollen from corn that has been genetically engineered with genetic material from the soil bacterium Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) posed a threat to kill the Monarch butterfly
larvae.

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