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1. Define cloning and stem cells. Can you give one issue for cloning and one for stemcell technique?2. What is the importance of cloning and stem cells in agriculture industry?References CitedNema, Monika, (ND). Stem Cells. -cells-44959014Mendoza, Evelyn Mae T., 2006. Understanding Biotechnology. NAST- PSH Foundation,Inc.
AGRI-21BASIC BIOTECHNOLGYMMD_Cag_SLSU_LucbanModule 5. Techniques in Biotechnology:Gene Coding and Gene GunOverviewIn this module we will be discussing the last but not the least two excitingbiotechnology techniques. Probably, this may be the first time you will encounterthis techniques. Here you will be learning how gene coding is done by translatingcodons to proteins which will be seen on the “Genetic Code Table”.Meanwhile, I guess you are also curious of the gene gun. Yes, you are right whenliterally a “gun” entered your mind.It is a device use to deliver gene. This coursesubject is really amazing isn’t it?Enjoy learning while achieving your goal!For you to learn and understand the lessons make sure to read all the discussionsand to finally evaluate yourself at the end of this module make sure you haveattained the objectives written after the overview. You have to answer the guidequestions and a laboratory may be given at the last part. Please be honest and tryyour very best not to go back on your readings nor browse the internet for theanswers in the guide questions. Do not cheat.Do what is right, not what is easy: by PinterestObjectivesAt the end of this module, you should be able to:1.Learn how to do gene coding;2. Know how gene gun works; and3. Give examples of organisms in which gene gun was used for trait improvement.
AGRI-21BASIC BIOTECHNOLGYMMD_Cag_SLSU_LucbanDiscussion: Let us go to our lesson!Flow of genetic information - The central dogma of molecular biology describes thetwo-step process, transcription and translation, by which the information in genesflows into proteins: DNARNAprotein.The pathway of protein synthesis is called Translation because the language ofnucleotide sequence on mRNA is translated in to the language of an amino acidsequence. The process of Translation requires a Genetic code, through which theinformation contained in nucleic acid sequence is expressed to produce a specificsequence of amino acids.ExploreWhat is Gene coding and Gene Gun?Gene Codingis a process that involved translation of genetic codes from the codonsequences to the protein equivalent.This is done using a genetic code tableGene Guna device used to inject genetic information in to a live organism.ExplainGenetic CodeThe collection of codons is called Geneticcode.The letters A, G, T and C correspond to thenucleotides found in DNA. They areorganizedinto codons.

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