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Goals for genetic engineering of crop species include all of the following except: A) plants with nitrogen-fixing ability B) plants that spread freely to any and all open land C) higher yields D) plants with greater resistance to cold E) plants with greater resistance to heat and drought
Goals for genetic engineering of crop species include all of the following except - plants that spread freely to any and all open land.
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Goals for genetic engineering of crop species include all of the following except - plants that spread freely to any and all open land.
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