Plant Biotechnology and Biogenesis
Plant biotechnology can be defined as the overview of desirable characters into plants through genetic alteration. Plant biotechnology is a set of methods used to adapt plants for specific need. For example, a single crop may be required to provide sustainable food and healthful nutrition, protection of the environment, and opportunities for jobs and income. Finding or developing suitable plants is typically a highly complex challenge. The term biogenesis refers to the production of life from already-living matter. This contrasts with abiogenesis, which refers to the production of life from non-living matter. Natural abiogenesis has never been experimental, nor are there any generally accepted models for how it could occur. Biogenesis, on the other hand, is routinely observed at all levels of life. When a bacteria divides, a plant produces seeds, or a mammal gives birth, biogenesis is occurring.
- Track 1-1 Genetic structures and mechanisms
- Track 2-2 Methods for transgenic biotechnology
- Track 3-3 Plant genome arrangements, molecular markers, and bioinformatics
- Track 4-4 Synthetic Biology
- Track 5-5 Biogenesis and abiogenesis
- Track 6-6 Plant cell wall biogenesis