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HONOLULU, HAWAII - JULY 22: (FEATURE STORY - KONA COFFEE 11 0F 16) Laboratory technician Ricelle Agbayani, at the Hawaii Agriculture Research Center, removes DNA coated gold particles from a vial July 22, 2002 in Honolulu, Hawaii. The particles will be injected into receiver cells to produce plant somatic embryos. Kona coffee growers are concerned that cross-pollination from genetically modified coffee plants would destroy the market for domestic and international premium variety Kona coffee. (Photo by Phil Mislinski/Getty Images

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