Green biotechnology is the study of plants and animals in the process of classifying biotechnology on the basis of the habitat of specific organisms. People depend on nature in particular.
Since all the basic necessities have to be met from all the plants and animals found in the environment, it is important that these elements should be healthy without infection. The purpose is to produce improved varieties by studying their genes and making some modifications.
Due to the climate change and extreme conditions, the traditional farming system is not favorable now. If they are left to their own nature, horrible challenge could have appeared very soon.
Therefore, green biotechnology has become indispensable today as it can tackle regarding challenges.
Following are the application of Green Biotech:
|S.N||Application of Green Biotech|
Along with continuous research, modern biotechnology in healthcare sector has many applications such as pharmaceutical drug discovery and production, genetic testing and so forth.
Drug efficacy is measured by researching the effect of genetic variation in drug responses in patients by correlating gene or single-nucleotide polymorphisms. Biotechnology has made great strides in achieving more than just traditional pharmaceutical drugs.
With the help of a genetic engineer, medicines and pesticides are made by obtaining the necessary elements from microscopic and endangered plants and animals.
For example, the insulin that is widely used to treat diabetes was first extracted from the pancreas of Abattoir animals. The use of biotechnology in basic sciences has led to many benefits in the field of biology.
Every living organism in nature is somewhat interrelated for each other, but it is important to study their genes well.
Green biotechnology has an important place in the pharmaceutical field as most of the medicinal raw materials are obtained from plants and animals.
Gene modification is very important in agriculture and livestock. Although the government of the country concerned has formulated and implemented various policies and programs, the rapid population growth rate has not been controlled.
In addition, deforestation, physical infrastructure construction, industrialization, urbanization, use of unnecessary chemicals, and other factors have contributed to global warming.
Due to such problems, there is insufficient production and even those produced are not of good quality for health.
In some cases, it is used to replace properties that are not naturally present in specific species. It does not only improve the economy of agriculture, but also provides quality food to the consumers.
This genetic modification technology is widely adopted by farmers today. In this way, the products produced by genetic modification have higher immunity and are easier to treat even in case of infection, so the loss is greatly reduced.
The industrial sector is an essential achievement of human civilization, without which innumerable inventions become meaningless. All the products produced by a farmer may not be edible.
It is possible to make such products industrially fermented and edible, to store them for a long time, to produce all kinds of tools, including daily necessities, from small to large nuclear products. In recent decades, genetically modified organisms have occupied wide extent tackling extreme challenges and increasing financial viability.
It’s only possible in the industrial sectors regarding green biotechnology. Such industries do not only mutate plants and animals but also study them and produce a variety of pharmaceutical and cosmetic products.
Industrial biotechnology reduces greenhouse gas emission by using raw materials from animals and plants as well.
Biotechnology has both advantages and disadvantages to the environment. However, there is no justification for superficial study and research of any organism. In this way, while studying any organism, there are some risks and some favorable results.
Its use can spread somewhere pollution and also cleans the environmental waste. Overall, study and research is an ongoing process. The benefits and risks always come from this.
Since this is not possible outside of the environment, all consequences must be met. Another thing is that testing the invention after research does not mean that the result is always beneficial.
In this way, all kinds of direct and indirect effects fall on the environment.