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Novel Approaches for Genome Editing to Develop Climate Smart Crops
Posted by: Prof. Dr. M. Raupp (IP Logged)
Date: August 02, 2021 08:19AM

Genome editing is a potential gamechanger in the development of
climate-smart crops, according to researchers from the Indian Council of
Agricultural Research (ICAR) in their chapter in the book/Microbiomes
and the Global Climate Change/.

With the impact of climate changeon agriculture and food security,
there's a greater need for advancements in the development of
climate-smart crops to provide high yields and elevated levels of
micronutrients. Genetic engineering has contributed to this effort;
however, some crops are difficult to modify through this process.

In the book chapter, the following techniques for climate-smart crops
were tackled: high-throughput genome editingthrough the application of
other biologically dynamic molecules into plant cells, DNA transfer and
gene expression without integration, non-/Agrobacterium/measures to
deliver DNA into plant cells, synthetic approaches along with
"modular"/Agrobacterium/strains.CRIPR-Cas9, TALENs, and ZFNs were also
highlighted, including the ongoing trend and future prospects of genome

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