Study Guide - Michael Bustin Professor Fisk Z00 121 3/31/10...

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Michael Bustin Professor Fisk Z00 121 3/31/10 Study Guide Main Objectives: 1. How can the food supply negatively and positively help the human population? 2. What was significance of the Green Revolution? 3. What are some of the problems with being on the top of the food chain and eating meat? 4. What type of issues occurs in water sources as well as air sources due to new practices in food production? 5. What are the differences between traditionally breeding organisms and genetic engineering? 6. List the risks of GMOs Food Supply- The amount of food that is for the human population Green Revolution- The evolution which occurred in the food production market in which crops were genetically bred to be more productive and have more sustainable yields. Miracle Rice- One of the creations of the Green Revolution, which more rice was able to be taken from rice farms The type of rice is IR8, and produces x4 the amount of rice then the average amount of rice. Unequal distribution of food- Even though the world population is growing slower then food production
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This note was uploaded on 09/20/2011 for the course ZOO 121 taught by Professor Russell during the Fall '08 term at Miami University.

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Study Guide - Michael Bustin Professor Fisk Z00 121 3/31/10...

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