Biosafety



the maintenance of safe conditions in biological research to prevent harm to workers, nonlaboratory organisms, or the environment.
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Growing Number of Biosafety Labs Raises Red Flags Center for Public Integrity August 19, 2014

noun
the precautions taken to control the cultivation and distribution of genetically modified crops and products

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