Genetically Modified Plants and Climate Change

Babar Wadood, Tayyaba Sanaullah, Sajed Ali, Muhammad Abid, Altaf Hussain, Touqeer Abbas, Nazish Sajjad, Muhammad Hamid Nawaz Khan, Aamir Riaz, Muhammad Waqas


Adaptive advantages to the environment, improved nutritional features, and reduced use of agrochemicals are just a few of the economic benefits gained through plant breeding with the help of genetic engineering. Despite the benefits, the justification for creating and employing such technology will vary depending on the context of the surrounding culture. This paper aims to introduce genetically modified organisms (Genetically modified plants), discuss their potential benefits and drawbacks, and argue that these organisms present a unique opportunity for breeding new plant varieties with desirable benefits that cannot be obtained through conventional breeding. Plant breeding, nhr1 gene, GMO, and genetically modified plant are some examples of gaining novel kinds or qualities and molecular enhancement of plants by recombinant DNA technology. The potential for using this method to enhance crop plants' genetics is apparent benefits for farmers, merchants, and sellers for developing lines with improved yield, quality, disease resistance, or tolerance to abiotic stress. The risks and hazards prevent it from being widely used in agriculture.


Motifs; nhr1gen; genetically modified; improved plants

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