This study begins by considering how to use natural processes such as genetics and selective breeding to improve fermentation, crop yield and disease resistance to best advantage.  Key concepts and content include cell physiology and function, using proteins and the immune system to assay plant and animal health and the interplay between microbiology, public health and the environment.  Other content and concepts include the analysis and use of DNA markers and fingerprinting, genetic modification, gene technology and bioinformatics.

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