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Biology in the Laboratory

Historical Interest in Biotechnology

What is biotechnology?

Biotechnology is the use of a living organism to produce a specific product. It includes any technology associated with the manipulation of living systems for industrial purposes. In its broadest sense, biotechnology includes the fields of chemical, pharmaceutical, and environmental technology as well as engineering and agriculture.



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