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Plant geneticists continue to modify and refine the DNA of

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Talks about no obstacles will remain. Assumption is that all obstacles can be remedied.

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B is clearly wrong. Coz it says ....only remedy is genetics. Not true. May have other remedies.



b is clearly wrong because it says that obstacles..it should be all obstacles..

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Confused between A and B
Negating B stands as- Obstacles to the agricultural production are not susceptible only to genetic remedies. So, there could be something else. So, even if the scientists have mastered the DNA of all major food crops, no obstacles to abundant, delicious vegetables and grains will remain dont hold true. Negation breaks the argument.

Negating A-All obstacles to agricultural production are not susceptible to genetic remedies. So, a few are susceptible to something else. Negating A breaks the argument.

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seekmba wrote:
The argument is talking about 2 obstacles: abundance and taste. How can 2 obstacles constitute as all obstacles susceptible to genetic remedies. I think thats a big leap in assumption.


Confused between A and B
Negating B stands as- Obstacles to the agricultural production are not susceptible only to genetic remedies. So, there could be something else. So, even if the scientists have mastered the DNA of all major food crops, no obstacles to abundant, delicious vegetables and grains will remain dont hold true. Negation breaks the argument.

Negating A-All obstacles to agricultural production are not susceptible to genetic remedies. So, a few are susceptible to something else. Negating A breaks the argument.

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