Plant biotechnology is a scientific technique that adapts plants for specific purposes by cross-breeding, extending their growing seasons, adjusting height, color and texture and several other mechanisms. The purpose of it is creating reliable and sustainable food sources for populations around the world, or scientific and medical research.

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Plant Biotechnology- William G. Hopkins

Updated by The Biomics Admin on May 5, 2018
Tracing the history of biotechnology from antiquity to the birth of modern genetic engineering, William G. Hopkins explains how new technology compares with conventional ways of generating new food plants.