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<ul><li> 1. Trivedi Science Genetically Modified CropsThe field of agriculture has been expanding rapidly over the years. What startedas a natural way to grow crops, fruits and vegetables has moved on toincorporate science and its techniques to increase the yield, reduce the pestattacks and enhance the overall crop production. Science has proved to be agreat addition in all domains because it has brought forth practices that werenever before known or even thought of to change the whole approach towardsfarming and bring about a novel way to make things better for humans all overthe world. Mahendra Trivedi has therefore always revered Science along withhis idea of spirituality.An interesting advancement in the area of agriculture came up with the schemeof genetically modified plants. The genetically modified crops (GM crops) arethose plants whose DNA has been altered using the techniques of geneticengineering. This is done in most cases to bring in a new trait to the plant whichdoesnt otherwise take place in the species. GM crops have been modified inscience labs in an attempt to enhance the preferred attributes like an increasedresistance to specific pests, diseases, environmental factors, superior nutritionalcontent, resistance to chemical treatments etc. Traditionally, geneticmodification in plants was accomplished through breeding. However, theseconservative systems of plant breeding are excessively time consuming and arealso not very accurate. Alternatively, Genetic Engineering can produce plantswith the accurate desired trait very quickly and with profound precision. Forinstance, the scientists who carry out this process can segregate a specific generesponsible for pest tolerance and insert that into another plant. This newlyConnect With Uson</li></ul> <p> 2. genetically modified crop will acquire pest tolerance as well. The peculiar thingabout genetic engineering is that genes can be transferred in two ways: From one plant to another From non-plant organisms to a plantWhen testing is done in the domain of genetic modification of plants, geneticistsspend years emphasizing on a specific parameter of plant growth like itstolerance to drought or the ultimate yield obtained. It is typically found that aboost in one parameter comes with a reduction in another. Considering thescientific research and field experiments performed with the EnergyTransmissions of Mr. Trivedi, an unusual thing has been found. Following TheTrivedi Effect, the overall nature of the outcome (of the experimentsconnected to genetic mutations) shows an adaptive progression that iscompletely natural and organic without the application of any externalchemicals (like fertilizers, pesticides, fungicides etc.) or energies.In the field of genetically modified crops , one important term is DNApolymorphism which refers to the existence of DNA in several forms (calleddifferent alleles) within the same species, which can show up as visibledifferences between members of the species. The Trivedi Foundationperformed several experiments on crops of cashews, mangoes, cotton, tomato,bottle gourd, radish, carrot etc. The tests revealed an increase in polymorphism(mutation) when comparison was done between Control and Treated plants.The scientists are in awe because they still do not understand the treatmentmodality of Mahendra Trivedi , however, the test reports and conclusionssubstantiate changes at the most basic levels (that are genes) in the crops used.To read more about Plant Genetics and The Trivedi Effect, click here:http://www.trivediscience.com/genetics/plant-genetics/Connect With Uson 3. Visit Trivedi Science Over Social Media Profiles:Mahendra Trivedi Science on TwitterMahendra Trivedi Science on PinterestTrivedi Science YouTube ChannelTrivedi Science BlogTrivedi Science Google PlusConnect With Uson </p>