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The Dangerous Effects From Antibiotic Use On Animals
Next time you bite into a juicy steak or a fat KFC chicken wing , pay attention to the fact that you may be ingesting antibiotic-resistant germs. The antibiotics used to fatten up farm animals are consequently making... -
Dna Barcoding App - Eating Healthy Made Easier
Classification of species now gets easier with the advent of completely novel genetic tool termed as “ DNA Barcoding ” – method of identifying differences within species on the basis of comparison between the short DNA sample taken to those... -
Future Uses Of Agricultural Biotechnology
With hundreds of thousands of people suffering from poverty-induced malnutrition, scientists world over are touting 'Agricultural Biotechnology' as a cost- effective solution to their problems. Their claim is not without reason. Biotechnology is... -
How Biotech Crops Help Wildlife
Report says biotech crops good for endangered wildlife.
Evidence continues to accumulate from around the world about how biotech crops are helping to preserv genetically modified (GM) herbicide tolerant crops could be used to benefit the environment,... -
Research Advancements In Banana Production
Biotechnology is giving this popular fruit a new chance at survival.A steady supply of an important staple crop that is being threatened by disease may be assured, thanks, in part, to plant biotechnology.
Researchers from around the... -
Biotech Plants Help Clean Environment
Most people think of plant biotechnology as it relates to agriculture. The first environmental benefits that come to mind may include reduced pesticide applications, less soil tillage and reductions in associated fossil-fuel use. But in addition to reducing... -
Golden Rice - A Grain Of Hope
Golden rice was produced to alleviate vitamin A (retinol) deficiencies in regular diets of disadvantaged and poor people in the developing countries. Traditional rice varieties do not produce provitamin-A and hence the need to use transgenic technologies... -