Crop biotechnology

Enhancing plant traits by traditional methods like cross-pollination, grafting, and cross-breeding is time-consuming. Biotech advances allow for specific changes to be made quickly, on a molecular level through over-expression or deletion of genes, or the introduction of foreign genes. The latter is possible using gene expression control mechanisms such as specific gene promoters and transcription factors, Salient Achievements of Crop Biotechnology Herbicide Tolerant Crop Plants; Engineering for Virus Resistance, Crop plants Resistant to Insect Attack, Resistance to Pathogenic Fungi and Bacteria.

Related Journals to Crop Biotechnology

Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, Journal of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology, European Review of Agricultural Economics, Journal of Microbiological Methods, Molecular Nutrition & Food Research, Food Biophysics, Annals of Microbiology, BMC Microbiology, Food Quality and Preference, Food Science and Technology Research, Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry, Nutrition Research, Ecological engineering

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