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How to make Transgenic Plants:Animation Demo

Click on an image below to view an animated illustration of each step in the Crop Genetic Engineering cycle. The following animations require Shockwave and Flash player Plug-ins to be viewed on Netscape or Internet Explorer web browsers.
If you do not have these Plug-ins, you can go to www.macromedia.com and download them.
NOTE: These animations may be difficult to view with connections of less than 56 Kbps or on older computer systems.



OverviewOverviewDNA IsolationDNA IsolationCloning GenesCloning GenesDesinging GenesDesigning GenesTransformation and TissueCultureTransformation and TissueCultureTransformation and TissueCulturePlant BreedingPlant Breeding

This material is copyrighted by the University of Nebraska, 2000. Used with permission from the UNL Department of Agronomy (http://agronomy.unl.edu/). The original set of accompanying lessons may be accessed at http://croptechnology.unl.edu/.

Another animation showing how to make a transgenic plant is available from the Saskatchewan Agricultural Biotechnology Information Centre in Canada. http://www.agwest.sk.ca/sabic_index_tp.shtml


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