Study of Application of several Bio sensors in Agriculture

  • Dr Ashok Yadav


Biosensors are analytical instruments that transform biological reactions into electrical signals. They include tissue-based enzyme-based, DNA biosensors, immune sensors, piezoelectric, thermal, and biosensors, among others. Biosensors may be utilised in a number of agricultural applications, such as assessing toxins in soils and crops, detecting and diagnosing infectious illness in crops and animals, on-line monitoring of critical food process parameters, measuring animal reproduction, and screening for veterinary drugs. This study investigates biosensors, their kinds, and their applications. Agriculture and the application of biosensors in agriculture are also discussed in this article. To make cell and tissue-based biosensors, genetically engineered proteins are injected into cells ex vivo or in vivo. They enable the researcher to continually and noninvasively measure levels of hormones, medicines, or poisons using bio photonics or other physical principles. In this regard, the spectrum might be useful in the field of ageing research in the future.