By K. Rajasekaran, T. J. Jacks, J. W. Finley
Genetically engineered vegetation provide the opportunity of generating greater crop yields, plants that make much less of an impression at the surroundings, and plants that supply meals of upper caliber and dietary price. This ebook examines using biotechnology in crop vegetation. It covers either enter and output features in crop vegetation, functions aimed at pharmaceutical and scientific purposes, and rising applied sciences in genomics.
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