Lecture 26

Lecture 26 - ATTITUDES IN OTHER COUNTRIES EU...

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EU Eurobarometer (2002; notes and interviews, weighted) http://ec.europa.eu/public_opinion/archives/ebs/ebs_177_en.pdf % Correct 1996 1999 2002 1. There are bacteria which live from waste water 83 83 84 1. Ordinary tomatoes do not contain genes, while genetically 35 35 36 modified tomatoes do 3. The cloning of living things produces genetically identical 46 64 66 identical offspring 4. By eating a genetically modified fruit, a person’s genes 48 42 49 could also become modified 5. It is the father’s [1999]/mother’s [2002] genes that determine N/A 44 53 whether a child is a girl 6. Yeast for brewing beer consists of living organisms 68 66 63 7. It is possible to find out in the first few months of pregnancy 81 79 79 whether a child will have Down’s Syndrome 8. Genetically modified animals are always bigger than 36 34 38 ordinary ones 9. More than half of the human genes are identical to those 51 48 52 of chimpanzees 10. It is impossible to transfer animal genes into plants 27 26 26 Knowledge of GE
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