Genetic engineering applications in animal breeding

@inproceedings{Montaldo2006GeneticEA,
  title={Genetic engineering applications in animal breeding},
  author={Hugo Horacio Montaldo},
  year={2006}
}
This paper discusses the use of genetic engineering applications in animal breeding, including a description of the methods, their potential and current uses and ethical issues. Genetic engineering is the name of a group of techniques used to identify, replicate, modify and transfer the genetic material of cells, tissues or complete organisms. Important applications of genetic engineering in animal breeding are: 1) Marker-assisted selection (MAS). The objective of this technology is to increase… CONTINUE READING

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