Plant Metabolic Engineering

Plant metabolic engineering involves the manipulation of existing metabolic pathways by either increasing or diverting flux to desired or from undesired products, respectively, or the generation of chemical entities not normally found in the plant production system (cells or whole plants, see next section) through the introduction of genes from other organisms. Essential elements in the toolbox of the metabolic engineer are mechanisms to eliminate or overexpress gene activity.
 

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