103 GENENGINEER

103 GENENGINEER - OUTLINE: GENETIC ENGINEERING IN FOODS 1....

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OUTLINE: GENETIC ENGINEERING IN FOODS 1. 2. GENE SPLICING 3. GENE CLONING 4. BENEFITS, PROBLEMS AND QUESTIONS WITH EACH. Suggested Reading: Almond, B., and M. Parker. 2003. Ethical issues in the new genetics: are genes us? Ashgate Publ.
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GENETIC ENGINEERING DEFINITION : _________________________ _____________________________________. TRADITIONAL BREEDING IS A FORM OF GENETIC ENGINEERING, BUT ____________. “TRANSGENIC” ORGANISMS “GMOs” = ______________________________
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EXAMPLES IN FARMING 1 . HARVARD RESEARCHERS HAVE MOVED GENES FROM ROUNDWORM TO PIGS TO INCREASE FATTY ACIDS THAT REDUCE HEART DISEASE. 2. BACTERIA MODIFIED TO BE A NATURAL ANTIFREEZE, THEN SPRAYED ON STRAWBERRIES TO REDUCE LOSSES ON COLD NIGHTS.
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GENE SPLICING DEFINITION : ______________________ _________________________________ ________________________________ OFTEN USES A BACTERIA OR A VIRUS AS A ____________________________ ________________________________ ________________________________
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