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An organism whose genome has been changed by the addition of a gene from another organism is referred to as a … Restricted organism Genetically mutated organism Recombinant organism Transgenic organism
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During transformation the majority of bacteria …. Are mixed with DNA sections Produce the desired product Fail to take up plasmids Are inserted into host cells
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The joining together (or splicing) of overlapping cut ends of DNA sections to form recombinant DNA is called … Isolation Ligation Restriction Cloning
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An example of a cloning vector is … A bacterial plasmid A recombinant DNA molecule A genetically modified organism Dolly the sheep
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The first stage of genetic engineering is referred to as … Expression Isolation Insertion Transformation
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What organisms have been used to genetically engineer human clotting factor? Bacteria Rice plants Sheep Goats
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DNA fingerprinting can be used to determine if a person … Has a disease Has faulty RNA Is a carrier of a disease Is the parent of a child
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A common technique used to increase the amount of DNA for forensic analysis is … DNA replication GMO Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) Electrophoresis
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Restriction fragments are produced using … Gel electrophoresis Enzymes DNA ligase Polymerase chain reaction (PCR)
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The first genetically engineered medicine was used to treat which of the following? Bacterial infection Diabetes Parkinson’s disease Tuberculosis
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The process of transcribing RNA into DNA, used by retroviruses and in biotechnology, is called … Recombination Transcription Replication Reverse transcription
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