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Genetic engineering is basically the manipulation of the genes of organisms for different applications. One such example is the manipulation of the genes in crops to introduce different traits that would assist or enhance pest resistance, drought resistance, crop yield, and many others.
What basic structural property of DNA serves as a basis for most techniques used in genetic engineering?
A. gene sequences
B. nucleic acid hybridization
C. complete helices
E. restriction sites