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Qxd 6/20/2008 11:09 AM Page 19 Exploiting Developments in Science for New Bioscience Enterprises 19 tissue-cultured orchids in 2003. Several tissue culture companies are now publicly listed companies and investors appear recently to have recognized the inherent value in this subsector. With the ongoing interest in biofuel, it is likely that tissue culture will be tapped to provide clonal seed material needed for the large areas planned in several countries of species like Jatropha. 4 Biofermentation Biofermentation is a process whereby food and organic products are produced through large-scale fermentation in a bioreactor by organisms like yeast, fungi and algae.

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Maternal and paternal genes of differing characteristics make up the genotype of the hybrid plant or seed. In the early 19th century, Charles Darwin first introduced the possibility of creating hybrid plants by proposing that species of plants and animals would change over time to better adapt to their environment. Such a process is commonly known as natural selection. Ever since humans knew how to farm for food, they have unknowingly aided nature’s course of natural selection by picking out the best crops to plant the next year, promoting the best quality in species over each agricultural cycle.

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