|Biotechnology can be broadly defined as âusing organisms or their products for commercial purposes. As such, (traditional) biotechnology has been practices since the beginning of records history. Baking bread, brewing alcoholic beverages, and breeding food crops or domestic animals were the early days biotechnology application. But recent developments in molecular biology have given biotechnology new meaning, new prominence, and new potential. It is now Modern biotechnology that has captured the attention of the public. Modern biotechnology can have a dramatic effect on the world economy and society.
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