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by Timm Wolf,Jonas Koch

eBook Genetically Modified Plants ePub
Author: Timm Wolf,Jonas Koch
Language: English
ISBN: 1604566965
ISBN13: 978-1604566963
Publisher: Nova Science Publishers, Inc. (April 30, 2013)
Pages: 235
Category: Agricultural Sciences
Subcategory: Science
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Timm Wolf, Jonas Koch. The aim is to introduce an advanced trait to the plant species which does not occur naturally in this species, for example resistance to certain pests, diseases or environmental conditions, or the production of a certain nutrient or pharmaceutical agent.

Genetically Modified Plants book. This is a plant genetically engineered to contain one or more genes of another species.

Cite this publication. Lolium and Festuca species are the most important forage and turf grasses, and are cultivated in temperate zones around the world. Since most of these species are outcrossing plants, genetic diversity is observed even within a single cultivar developed by means of conventional breeding.

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Genetically modified crops and food involve the deliberate altering of the genetic material of plants and animals. Biotechnology when used for agriculture and food production will cause concerns over the environmental, economic and ethical issues that this technology affects. Genetically modified crops that are resistant to pesticides can help contribute to increased yields and agricultural growth.

Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) are plants or animals that have had their DNA altered by a process known as genetic engineering. As of 2012, most GMOs fall within two major categories: Bt Crops, which produce their own insecticide, and Herbicide Tolerant Crops, which can survive spraying of a specific herbicide, such as glyphosate. GMOs are highly controversial and their production is banned in some countries. For more information on where GMOs are legal, see the article on GMO Policies by Country.

Print Book & E-Book. ISBN 9780123741066, 9780080920764. In retirement Roger Hull became involved in promoting the uptake of transgenic technology by developing countries as one approach to alleviating food insecurity.

A genetically modified organism (GMO) is any organism whose genetic material has been altered using genetic engineering techniques. The exact definition of a genetically modified organism and what constitutes genetic engineering varies, with the most common being an organism altered in a way that "does not occur naturally by mating and/or natural recombination". A wide variety of organisms have been genetically modified (GM), from animals to plants and microorganisms.

This book provides research from around the globe on Genetically modified plants which is a plant genetically engineered to contain one or more genes of another species. The aim is to introduce a Advanced trait to the plant species which does not occur naturally in this species, for example resistance to certain pests, diseases or environmental conditions, or the production of a certain nutrient or pharmaceutical agent. Genetically modified plants are often called "transgenic plants", as they contain one or more transgenes from other organisms, however, this term also includes plants in which the transgene was integrated by naturally occurring processes.
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