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BENEFITS OF PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY. Amandeep kaur, Harwinder Singh Rao, Dinesh Kumar, Pooja Sharma

BENEFITS OF PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY.

Amandeep kaur, Harwinder Singh Rao, Dinesh Kumar, Pooja Sharma

International Journal of Natural Product Science 2012: Spl Issue 1:155.

Abstract(RBIP-155)

Plants are one of the most common sources of medicines. With the development of synthetic drug, plant products lost their significant value. The various plant products having medicinal value includes alkaloids, glycosides, fatty acids, resins, gums etc. The field of biotechnology is concerned with developing ways to improve the production of plants in order to supply world’s need for food, fiber and fuel In addition; plants provide us with many pharmaceuticals and industrial compounds. As our population grows, our needs also grow .To increase the quantity of the crop production as well as to produce specific characteristics in plants, biotechnologists are having selective gene techniques which transfer a great variety of genetic information in a more precise or controlled manner. Some of the major industries all over the world are working on plant biotechnology with a wide range of target molecule for pharmaceuticals aromas, biopesticides and enzymes. The principle objective of plant biotechnology is to create new varieties of cultivated plants. Many of the initial studies were with development of strains that give better yield. One of the most common methods in plant biotechnology is plant cell culture in which plant cells and tissues can be grown in culture on nutrient media and gives high yield.
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