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Advances in studies on genetically engineered microorganism ecology



Advances in studies on genetically engineered microorganism ecology



Ying Yong Sheng Tai Xue Bao 14(2): 293-295



Genetically engineered microorganism ecology has been one of main research contents in microorganism molecular ecology. Along with the introduction of molecular marker and molecular biology, traditional microorganism ecology has been developed; therefore, it is possible to study the relationship between GEM and environment, environmental microorganism under molecular level. The GEM ecology has become a new and intersection borderline discipline, related to molecular biology, microbiology, ecology and so on. Moreover, it brought forward that the prosecution of the research on the transgenic organism ecology and the risk assessment, and the foundation of checking means and valuating standard that adapt to the situation of China could help to the development of GEM ecology in China.

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