Biotechnology unifies biology and know-how by protecting a wide range of subjects like agriculture, animal husbandry, biochemistry, bio-statistics, cell biology, chemistry, crop administration, cropping system, ecology, engineering, genetics, health, immunology, medicine, microbiology, plant physiology, soil science, soil conservation, seed technology, and virology, and so forth. The U.S. is the world leader in biotechnology, at present providing employment for greater than 300,000 individuals in over 6,000 U.S. biotech corporations, with an estimated market capitalization of roughly USD 281 billion in 2008. The biotechnology trade has greater than tripled in size since 2000, with revenues increasing from USD 25 billion in 2000 …