What role does the selection of microorganisms play in the national economy?

Microorganisms are used in various industries (in bakery and winemaking, in the production of feed protein, lactic acid products, antibiotics, vitamins, hormones, amino acids, enzymes), in agriculture (in the production of silage), for the biological protection of plants and wastewater treatment. In this regard, industrial microbiology is developing and intensive breeding work is underway to develop new strains of microorganisms with increased productivity that produce substances necessary for humans.

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