Animal biotechnology, Biology

Animal Biotechnology:

Animal cell cultures have been and are being generate important products based on their genetic information or due to genes transferred into them (transgenic) by using recombinant DNA technology. But biotechnological approaches are used in to increase animals of desired genotypes or to establish specific alterations in their genotypes to get certain useful goals. To attain the latter more efficiently, and to attend in conservative breeding efforts, the complete genomes of animals are being characterized by using biotechnology tools. These processes have been arbitrarily grouped under animal biotechnology since they either utilize animal cells to generate products or apply biotechnological tools to boost the usefulness of animals to human welfare.

 

Posted Date: 10/2/2012 1:00:09 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Animal biotechnology, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Animal biotechnology, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Animal biotechnology Discussions

Write discussion on Animal biotechnology
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Where does poop come from?

Describe the Developmental Periods of coronary artery diseases? The development of coronary artery disease like many other diseases can be divided into the following periods:

E s o pha g e a l obstruction It is also known as choke. It may be acute or chronic and is characterized by inability to swallow, regurgitation and bloat. E t

How are the antibodies against the Rh factor formed? The Anti-Rh antibodies are made by humoral immune response. When the Rh- individual makes contact with the Rh factor this i

Nutritional and functional role of minerals in foods Essential elements including the main elements and a number of trace elements fulfill various functions: as electrolytes, a

Q. Illustrate Disorders of the gastrointestinal tract? A host of disorders associated with a part or entire of the gastrointestinal tract. The important and the most frequent o

how trematodes/nematodes adapt to their parasitic mode of feeding

Major Criteria 1) Positive blood culture • Typical microorganism for infective endocarditis from two separate blood cultures Viridans streptococci, Streptococcus bovis, HAC

Q. Dietary recommendations proposed by WHOM? We learnt about their etiological factors, metabolic alterations, clinical anifestations and dietary management of the disease of h

Define Selectivity - terminologies used in chromatography? Selectivity is a measure of preference a stationary phase shows for one solute over another and is expressed as: