[ US /ˈbaɪoʊˌtɛk/ ]
[ UK /bˌa‍ɪə‍ʊtˈɛk/ ]
  1. the branch of molecular biology that studies the use of microorganisms to perform specific industrial processes
    biotechnology produced genetically altered bacteria that solved the problem
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How To Use biotech In A Sentence

  • The topics in those categories that were less widely dispersed throughout the curriculum included stereochemistry, drug design, drug nomenclature, natural products and biotechnology.
  • Consequently, Muir believes, biotech fish could quickly decimate a fish population by their increased ability to produce damaged young.
  • Biotechnology education could begin at the university level with a basic introductory course.
  • As you can see, biotechnology is a growth industry no student can afford to ignore.
  • The college biology department has diversified by adding new courses in biotechnology.
  • His discoveries were of considerable use in understanding disease and they provided the basis of the biotechnology industry. Times, Sunday Times
  • The fund will invest about 80% of its portfolio in quoted stocks in both Europe and the US with the remaining 20% investing in unquoted health and biotech companies which are about 18 months away from flotation.
  • At the same time, the information of flax biotechnology of anther culture, haploid breeding, utilization of somatic mutation, protoplasmic culture, gene transformation were introduced in detail.
  • Amgen makes all three antianemia drugs, and Procrit is marketed by Ortho Biotech, a Johnson & Johnson unit, under a license agreement with Amgen. FDA Reviews New Amgen, J&J Data
  • Researchers have produced human embryos containing DNA from three people, a biotechnological proof-of-principle with profound medical and ethical implications. 3-Parent Embryo | Impact Lab
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