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Title: Crop Improvement by Conventional Breeding or Genetic Engineering: How Different Are They?
Authors: Manshardt, Richard
Keywords: crops
genetic engineering
genetic improvement
plant breeding
Issue Date: Jan-2004
Publisher: University of Hawaii
Citation: Manshardt R. 2004. Crop improvement by conventional breeding or genetic engineering: How different are they?. Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. 3 p. (Biotechnology; BIO-5).
Series/Report no.: Biotechnology
5
Abstract: Conventional breeding and genetic engineering are different but complementary ways of improving crops, and either can be appropriate or inappropriate in particular cases, depending on the breeding objectives. Although neither improvement strategy is totally without risk, the potential for a poor choice of target gene makes regulatory oversight important and obligatory during the development of transgenic crops through genetic engineering.
Pages/Duration: 3 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/2846
Appears in Collections:Biotechnology, 2002 - present



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