Distinguish between extractive industries and genetic industries by giving examples

Extractive industries are concerned with drawing out products from natural sources
such as soil, sea and air. The products of such industries are generally used for producing finished goods.
Following are some of the examples of extractive industries
(i) Farming (ii) Mining (iii) Fishing
Whereas genetic industries are concerned with activities like reproduction, breeding and multiplication of animals and plants.
Following are the examples of genetic industries
(i) Agricultural activities for the production of crops (iii) Dairy farming
(ii) Animal husbandry (iv) Poultry farming