ENG 101 Researched Argument Annotated Bibliography

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George Fountain III April 13, 2010 ENG101- Lindsay Rerecich Works Cited “Animal Clones Approved for Human Food.” Environment News Service: International Daily Newswire . Environment News Service (ENS), 2008. Web. 25 March 2010. The audience is readers of this news service, to inform them about the food that the FDA has approved for sale in grocery stores and markets. The article is explaining how the FDA has tested and confirmed that the foods from cloned animals and livestock are safe to eat because they contain the same nutrients and proteins that exist in an un-cloned organism. This gives me an important point to use to block the thought that people might have about cloning having poor benefits, when it actually can have the same use in society and in this case, can make more food available for more people around the world. The strength of this article is the statistics and relevant quotes from representatives of the FDA. The weakness is that it is a little biased, but the statistics are supporting the main ideas well. Breimer, Michael E. “Xenotransplant News.” Xenotransplantation (Jan/Feb 2009): 2-4. Academic Search Premier. Web. 16 March 2010. The audience for this article is scholarly journal readers, doctors, patients, and bioengineers. The purpose of this article is to inform readers about the new information out of Europe about xenotransplantation and its success. A lot of new applications have been made to the benefits of cloning and organ transplantation, to the point where UN bioethics laws should be re-evaluated as soon as possible. This is mainly because the current generation “owes it to future generations to support the research” (Breimer 3). The strength of this article is that it provides many
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