Revolutionising Agriculture – The Role of Plant Breeding, Selection, Hybridization and Genetic Engineering



Analysis on how plant breeding, selection, hybridization and genetic engineering are revolutionising agriculture. Discover the insights behind their purpose in today’s society.

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  • Corporate Executives wanting to understand the outcomes of investing in agricultural technologies.
  • Researchers trying to decipher the potential of these methods in improving crop yield and nutritional value.
  • Farming Managers aiming to discover the most appropriate technique for their production systems.
  • Investors looking to identify new markets and opportunities that can arise from application of these techniques.
  • Environmental agencies keen on finding out the implications on the environment.
Plant Breeding
Developing new varieties of plants through natural selection

Separating desirable traits for subsequent generations of plants

Hybridization Genetic Engineering
Crossing species and using biotechnology to modify crops

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Q. What types of Plant Breeding is used?
  1. No breeding techniques are used
  2. Traditional breeding methods such as hybridization and selection are used
  3. Data-driven approaches such as genetic engineering are used

Q. What type of selection is usually used?
  1. Random selection
  2. Artificial selection
  3. Natural selection
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