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By K. Rajasekaran, T. J. Jacks, J. W. Finley

Genetically engineered vegetation provide the possibility of generating better crop yields, plants that make much less of an influence at the environment, and vegetation that offer meals of upper caliber and dietary worth. This ebook examines using biotechnology in crop vegetation. It covers either enter and output characteristics in crop crops, functions aimed at pharmaceutical and clinical purposes, and rising applied sciences in genomics.

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