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'Biotechnology' is the short form of Biological technology, often further shortened as ‘biotech’ or even as ‘BT’, which is neither a new concept nor a new application. Ancient fermented food processes, such as making bread, wine, cheese, curds, idli, dosa, etc., some of which are over 6,000 yr old and developed long before man had any knowledge of the existence of the micro-organisms involved, also genuinely constitute biotechnology. Conventional agriculture (animal husbandry included) is a well-developed biotechnological industry in its own right. However, for the sake of convenience, the traditional processes are excluded from the realm of ‘modern biotechnology’.
In simpler words, biotechnology is the industry-scale use of organisms and/or their products. The term covers the scientific, technological and commercial aspects as well as the services rendered through them, touching almost every aspect of human wellbeing, from agriculture to therapeutics to pollution control.
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Pollination, the transference of pollen from the anthers of a flower to the stigma of the same or another flower, is a mere physical process carried out mostly by wind or a several biotic vectors such as bees. Biotic pollen vectors may merely consume nectar and pollen in the flower they visit, without pollinating.  In general, whether by abiotic or biotic vectors, pollination is non-species specific, incidental or even accidental. 
Fertilization, the fusion of the male and female elements, leads to embryo development and seed and fruit set. Critical events such as pollen germination, pollen viability, stigma receptivity and fertilization are controlled by a number of physical, chemical and biological factors inherent in the flowers, and which differ from species to species.
No species hybridizes with all other species/varieties, because it is reproductively isolated from other species.  Without such reproductive barriers, species would have freely interbred with every other species, when there would have been only one, or at the best a few species, and not millions as now.

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