DNA has been routinely extracted from many plant species together with derivatives. Technology has made is possible to store this DNA in banks as an insurance policy against the loss of crop diversity. DNA banks are now considered a means of complimentary conservation. DNA storage has become particularly useful for those species that cannot be conserved in traditional seed, field genebanks, or because of a high risk in the area (Crop Genebank Knowledge Base, 2011). To learn more, please visit the link below.
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