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Genetic modification and human life 

By Saheera tazein 2014-ag-5258 Department of plant breeding and genetics B.Sc. (hons)   Genetic modification and human life  Imagine you are alive back in 1980s where computers took everything in control from shopping to dancing and the stock market. There is the billions of people would be connecting to each …

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Robots in Farming

The future of farming will see robots replacing field workers … New robot-run farm factory produces 30,000 heads of lettuce a day Tuesday, February 02, 2016 by: J. D. Heyes It’s a development that is bad for  employment but, in a strange way, it could serve to help solve another …

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RNAi, Methodology and its Applications

RNAi, Methodology and its Applications Hamna Shazadee, Purwa Khan, Shakra Jamil, Rahil Shahzad and Dr. Muhammad Zafar Iqabl Overview RNA interference (RNAi) is a naturally occurring biological process in which RNA molecules suppress the gene expression or translation, by acting on homologous-targeted mRNA molecules in a range of organisms. This method is also known by other …

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What is Site specific crop management?

Site specific crop management (SSCM) is a farming management concept which is based upon observing, measuring and responding to inter or intra-field variability in crops .It is one of many modern farming techniques which can make production more efficient. And to ensure soil conservation practices also. With the SSCM farmers …

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Can plant produce light?

Bioluminescent plants: as a source of Light Farah Kamal, Sonia Zulfiqar, Mahnoor Jamil, Sana Shaheen, Purwa Khan, Hamna Shazadee, Shakra Jamil, Rahil Shahzad. Nature has created so many organisms that can glow with different colors because of some biochemical reactions taking place in their body. The phenomenon of production and …

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Impact of Climate Change on Agronomic Crop Production

Impact of Climate Change on Agronomic Crop Production Muhammad Nasir*, Hafiz Muhammad Arslan Abid, Muhammad Tayyab, Sajjad Manzoor University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan *Corresponding author: nasir.uaf1900@gmail.com INTRODUCTION: Crops are dependent on temperature, light, moisture and CO2 to produce grains and other crop products to satisfy the basic human needs. Climate …

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