Agricultural biotechnology to develop genetically-engineered plants

Genetically modified mosquitoes are the newest ammunition against the worldwide fear of dengue fever. Brazilian scientists are ready to release these genetically modified mosquitoes into the world to stop spreading dengue fever in the world. Four million male mosquitoes will be churned out per week, according to an article published in ‘The Telegraph’ a few days ago.

View the original article here: Agricultural biotechnology to develop genetically-engineered plants – Sunday Observer

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