1. Show cross-section of underground/above ground:
Two plants (one is GMO and one is not). Both plants have equal roots underground and height above ground.
Larvae approach the two plants (underground). Half the go to one plant and half go to the other.
They start nibbling on the roots. The ones eating the GMO wither and die (not graphics) or stop eating a look for another host and the ones eating the non-GMO survive and get a little larger.
2. Show the effect on the plant:
The GMO plant produces an ear of corn that is very healthy and large with silks coming out of the ear of corn and strong roots.
The non-GMO produces an ear of corn that is slight to significantly smaller (coloring can be slightly less green) and has silks coming out but damaged roots and may even lean slightly to one side as a result of wind damage.
3. The larvae turn into beetles:
While the ears are silking, the larvae pupate in the soil, turn into beetles and migrate above ground. (Few larvae are present in the soil of the GMO plant, so fewer turn into beetles and feed on the GMO plant)
The beetles attack the pollen on the top of the corn plants and the silks sticking out of the top of the ear.
Pollen falls from the tassles of both plants, land on the silks to build strong kernels. But in the non-GMO plant, the beetles "clipped" or ate the silks so a lot of the available pollen falls passed the clipped silks and the kernels do not develop
The beetles go away and the two ears of corn float up to the screen, side by side. The GMO ear is bigger in size and has more kernels.
The non-GMO ear would have a lower number of rows and kernels per row due to restricted water, nutrient uptake, and pollination. So the top of the corn cob may be missing a lot of rows of corn.
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