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Molecular biology, plant and animal body structure, biochemistry and meals technological know-how are all coated. the present prestige of foodstuff caliber is analysed and the appliance of biotechnology to enhance caliber

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Different strains of B. thuringiensis differ in the spectra of their insecticidal activity. Many are active against Lepidoptera but others are specific in their toxicity to Diptera and ColeĆ³ptera. A beauty of the B. thuringiensis insect toxin is that it is highly specific, and there has been no demonstrated toxicity to other organisms. In addition to the transferring of the toxin gene to plants, it has been engineered into bacteria, particularly Pseudomonas fluroescens. By introducing the gene into soil dwelling P.

H. 1980. The expression in E. coli of synthetic repeating polymeric genes coding for poly (L-aspartyl-L-Phenyalanine). Nucleic Acid Res. 8:4575. J. 1984. Methods and Applications of Genetic Engineering. Food Technol. 38:09. , Espinosa, N. H. 1986. Plant Protein Improvement by Genetic Engineering: Use of Synthetic Genes. Trends in Biotech. 4:314. K. M. 1984. Microbial degradation of 2,4,5-trichlorophenoxyacetic acid and chlorphenols. " p. 3. Plenum Press, New York. Kritchevsky, D. 1987. The effect of plant fiber consumption on carcinogenesis.

Fluorescens, the hope is to create a bacterial strain for controlling insects that damage plant roots. , 1987). Although the mechanism of this resistance is not completely understood, it bears a striking resemblance to the resistance in plants that are cross protected with attenuated strains of the virus. The extension of this technology to other virus diseases offers great potential for improving the safety, reducing the cost to produce and extending areas of production of crops, particularly vegetables, to areas where virus diseases now prevent their production.

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