Progress is the main benefit that biotechnology can provide. Early pioneers in this field used information on several plant species to create interbreeding opportunities to improve the yield, flavor, size and color of their crops. Today's biotechnology specialists are doing the same, but on a much larger scale thanks to the technological improvements of the 20th and 21st centuries. In this blog post, we'll discuss what biotechnology is, the advantages and disadvantages of biotechnology.
Therefore, creating healthier foods can reduce health problems related to lack of nutrients and increase food availability. In addition, food loss and the rate of food spoilage due to diseases and pests worldwide reduce food production by more than 35 percent. Reliable sources claim that there are more than 250 biotech health care products available for patients with non-treatable diseases. One of the biggest drawbacks of biotechnology is that it has many unknowns.
Although biotechnology has advanced in recent years, there are still many long-term effects that we don't know about. DNA cloning is the process of creating an identical copy (or clone) of a DNA sequence. This technique was invented in 1976 by scientists from Harvard University who inserted frog DNA into bacteria and then studied how it replicated over time.