Ecobiotechnological methods of the cultivated plants resistance formation

М.М. Барановський

Abstract


The effect of using traditional methods of improvement resistance mechanism of crops is analysed. Reasonability of the usage novel ecobiotechnologycal metods in the formation of ptant resistance is grounded.

Keywords


genomics; biotechnology; crop resistance; genetic ingeneering; genetically modified organisms

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