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Next phase of Agriculture; CRISPR editing crops

  Next phase of Agriculture; CRISPR editing crops SADAF SALEEM Department of Plant Breeding and Genetics, University of Agriculture Faisalabad. Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) production was one of the leading genetic engineering techniques in agriculture in previous decades. Monsanto is world’s famous corporation regarding production of Genetically Modified food crops. …

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Bioplastics in reducing environmental concerns related to waste management

  Bioplastics in reducing environmental concerns related to waste management SADAF SALEEM1, IRAM SALEEM2 Department of Plant Breeding and Genetics, University of Agriculture Faisalabad. Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, GC University Faisalabad.   A Bioplastic is a biodegradable plastic made by renewable biomass sources instead of petroleum. Different countries …

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Thirsty crops and our economy

Author Name: Farwa Shehzadi (Bsc. Hons Agri sciences (Agronomy) 8th semester University of Agriculture Faisalabad) Co Author: Muneeba, Tauqeer Qadir And Sadam Hussain   Pakistan is water stress country, it is estimated by Pakistan council of Research in water resources that our country may become dry in 2025, if our …

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Biofortification- A way to overcome Malnutrition

Biofortification- A way to overcome Malnutrition Muhammad Umair1, Shakra Jamil2, Rahil Shahzad2, Ghulam Mohyuddin Talha1, Dr. Muhammad Zaffar Iqbal2 Plant Breeding and Genetics Department, University of Agriculture Faisalabad Agricultural Biotechnology Research Institute, AARI, Faisalabad What is Bio-fortification? The process of increasing the nutritional content of the edible portion of plant foods to levels that …

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Agriculture in pakistan

Bushragull42@gmail.com Agriculture in pakistan Pakistan is a very important  agriculture  country . Due to its production and land quality it is referred as a sparrow of gold as India. In Pakistan, the most agricultural province is Punjab where wheat and cotton are the most grown. Agriculture Statistics in Pakistan: ​Agriculture constitutes the largest …

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