Although biotechnology has produced many benefits for humanity, its applications have also had some undesirable consequences, such as the decline in the biodiversity of species and the reduction of agrobiodiversity, environmental pollution and the exploitation of intellectual property rights and patents in. The application of biotechnology has caused an unfortunate development of blight on crops. There have been objections to biotechnology based on religious beliefs. Some of these objections include that gene transfer between species is not consistent with their beliefs.
There are also some concerns among groups such as Jews, Muslims or Seventh-day Adventists. Would a pig's gene in a plant still be kosher? (. These issues definitely justify reflection and sensitivity to a wide variety of beliefs. Biotechnologically improved crops absorb many nutrients from the soil.
A high intake of nutrients can adversely affect soil fertility, so future crops may not be able to grow or be harvested. The entire process of biotechnology is based on gene modification or selective miscegenation. It interferes with the natural way of reproduction. The human-controlled process can develop complications that will ruin the natural balance of species.
It can easily lead to the extinction of certain species, which can have several adverse effects on the environment. There are several costs involved in the process. In the event that the process fails, a lot of waste will be generated in the process. It is a process that must be carefully monitored to avoid cases in which, in the end, it could cause a lot of losses in the event of a bottleneck.