Nontransgenic crops from transgenic plants

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Figure 1: In the current generation of transgenic crops, every tissue of the plants is transgenic, including the fruit.
Figure 2: The transgenic cassette contains a tissue-specific or chemically inducible promoter driving a recombinase gene (such as Cre) and a second promoter driving a payload gene encoding the trait of interest.

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