Figure 1.
Figure 1.

Overarching proposal of comparative endpoints analysis by EFSA (2012) including a list of food of animal origin from animals fed second-generation, genetically modified crops and transgenic animals as food source.

 



Vincent Van Gogh (source: wikipedia.commons.org)

 


Figure 2.
Figure 2.

Summary of results from studies feeding first-generation genetically modified crops to livestock.

 


Figure 3.
Figure 3.

Controversial points of substantial changes in crop composition (second-generation crops with output traits or biofortified plants).

 


Figure 4.
Figure 4.

Summary of key results from two studies investigating feeding genetically modified crops biofortified for fatty acids or supplementing omega-3 fatty acids to broilers, resulting in the altering of the characteristics of carcass yields and fatty acid pattern in edible tissues (based on Lucas et al., 2007 and Rymer et al., 2011).

 



Pieter Brueghel (source: wikipedia.commons.org)

 


Figure 5.
Figure 5.

Summary of multi-generation studies showing equivalent performance for quails and laying hens fed diets containing genetically modified or conventional crops based on data from Halle and Flachowsky (2014), Flachowsky et al. (2005), and Scholtz et al. (2006, 2008).

 



Floris Van Schooten(source: wikipedia.commons)