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  • ...Crop Biotechnology.'' 2nd Edition. Jones and Bartlett/American Society of Plant Biologists ISBN 0-7637-1586-7 ...nt/full/42/6/1780 A Comparison between Crop Domestication, Classical Plant Breeding, and Genetic Engineering]. ''Crop Science'' 42:1780–1790
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  • [[Image:Teosinte_corn.jpg|frame|Over time, selective breeding modifies teosinte's few fruitcases (left) into modern [[corn]]'s rows of ...for protection of domesticated crops from stress and disease (see [[Plant breeding]]). Maintaining wild strains for their gene pool helps ensure food secur
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  • ...being the "Father of the [[Green Revolution]]" due to his success in both breeding and distributing a new high yield varieties of wheat. ...ll as being successful in new environments. The result of this work was to breed a high-yielding short-strawed, disease-resistant wheat that was enormously
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  • {{r|Biotechnology and plant breeding}}
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  • ...cules. The process has been detected in many organisms, including animal, plant and protist cells. The distinguishing characteristic of RNAi is destruction ...nsgene]]s was absent (The term transgene refers to genes introduced into a plant by genetic manipulation from another species). Accordingly, the phenomenon
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  • ...], [[fodder|feed]], [[fiber]] and other goods by the systematic raising of plants and animals. ...]], [[marijuana]], [[opium]], [[cocaine]]). [[GMO|Genetically engineered]] plants and animals produce specialty drugs.
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  • {{r|Biotechnology}} {{r|Transgenic plant}}
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  • *[[Food microbiology and biotechnology]] *[[Plant breeding]]
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  • The concept that plants and animals change form over generations has existed since ancient times, Mobile elements, [[transposons]], make up a major fraction of the genomes of plants and animals and appear to have played a significant role in the evolution
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  • ...cules. The process has been detected in many organisms, including animal, plant and protist cells. The distinguishing characteristic of RNAi is destruction ...nsgene]]s was absent (The term transgene refers to genes introduced into a plant by genetic manipulation from another species). Accordingly, the phenomenon
    32 KB (4,834 words) - 04:03, 26 October 2013
  • ...ranean type ecosystems outside the tropics that have exceptional levels of plant diversity (e.g., Cape Floristic Province, California Floristic Province). ...example, [[Brazil]]'s [[Atlantic Coastal Forest]] contains roughly 20,000 plant species, 1350 vertebrates, and millions of insects, about half of which occ
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  • * [http://www.plantphysiol.org/cgi/external_ref?access_num=Borlaug+N&link_type=AUTHORSEARCH Jou *Borlaug, Norman E., Wheat Breeding and Its Impact on World Food Supply. Public lecture at the Third Interna
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  • | regnum = [[Plantae]] | divisio = [[Flowering plant|Magnoliophyta]]
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  • * Russell, Nicholas. ''Like Engend'ring Like: Heredity and Animal Breeding in Early Modern England.'' (1986). 271 pp. ...distribution; agricultural education and policy; agricultural engineering; biotechnology; pest management; rural sociology; and water resources.
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  • ...nutrients from dead or decaying material, but it can also be a pathogen to plants and animals including humans.<ref name=Aflavus>{{citation ...ir roles in pathogenesis and substrate utilization. Applied Microbiology & Biotechnology [serial online]. December 2007;77(3):497-504. Available from: Academic Sea
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  • '''Marine biology''' is the scientific study of the [[plant]]s, [[animal]]s and other organisms that live in the earth's [[ocean]], sea Recent marine [[biotechnology]] has focused largely on [[marine biomolecule]]s, especially [[protein]]s,
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  • ...d the way this is presented to the public. It is required that a debate on biotechnology should include reflections on the validity of claims made by scientists.</ In [[eukaryotes]] ([[organism]]s whose cells have nuclei, such as plants, yeasts and animals), genes are usually arranged together in multiple long
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