RUNNING HEAD: Gene Technology
Assignment 2: Genetically Modified Animals
Class: SCI 115
November 29, 2015
GENETICALLY MODIFIED ANIMALS
Genetic modification or genetic engineering generally refers to the use of tools of modern
biotechnology and molecular
All cells possess a _.
Prokaryotic cell walls are constructed out of _
Cytoplasmic DNA is a feature of _ cells.
Which of the following organelles is bounded by a double
What is the centriole's function in the cell?
What is the function of the nu
What happens when those people die? The nanobots are designed to
rebuild and replicate. Meaning they need to keep the host alive, this
I'm sure your imagination can see already leads to many very bad
scenarios. Now let's say the nanobots aren't very smart
I learned so many things in this course that its hard to pick
just one. But, the one that comes to mind and stand out that
I found to be most interesting and surprising was genetically
engineered mosquitos. Im certain that if I had not taken this
Go to The New York Times Website to read the article titled Concerns are raised
about genetically-engineered mosquitos, dated October 30. In your own words,
summarize the pros and cons of using genetically engineered insects to control
The pros of
Go to The New York Times Website to read the article titled 10 genes, furiously
evolving, dated May 4, 2009. Summarize the main points of the article. Determine what
you believe is the most significant piece of information discussed in this article that h
Prior to the arrival of Europeans, the common night crawler, an annelid worm, was absent
from much of the North American continent. Apparently, it had been wiped out by the
glaciers of the last Ice Age. Use the Internet or the Strayer Library to research
Species have been traditionally characterized as primitive and advanced. For
example, mosses were considered to be primitive, and flowering plants advanced;
crocodiles were primitive and mammals were advanced. Most biologists of today think it
Examine the differences between DNA and RNA. Explain the main reason DNA
is the most favorable molecule for genetic material and how RNA compares to it
in this respect.
DNA molecules consist of two strands twisted into a double helix.
RNA molecules are a
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Typically, where would we expect to find older fossils?
deep layer of the
deep layer of the
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Introduction To Biology
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97.5 out of 100 points
1 hour, 16 minutes out of 4 hours.
This exam consists of 40 multiple choice ques
Assignment # 3
Personalized Medicine collection a notion of demanding to take the right doses of drugs
for the correct patients analysis in hoping that no matter what diseases may be combated
For one of the monohybrid crosses you performed in this Investigation, describe how to use the
phenotype ratios to determine the percentage of offspring displaying each trait.
If you are using a Punnett Square (2X2 box) then you will
Biology Article: Human Cloning
I chose an article about human cloning that caught my interest. The article is about
human cloning and its advancement in future years. Therapeutic cloning, the creation and
cloned human embryos with somatic cell nuc
Energy in a Cell
Lab # 2
1. What is the importance of the light and dark reactions in
Light Dependent Reaction is the initial stage of Photosynthesis
Where solar energy is converted into potential energy ,the lig
Lab # (week5)
1.For one of the monohybrid crosses you performed in this Investigation, describe
how to use the phenotype ratios to determine the percentage of offspring displaying
If you are using a P
Lab #3 (week4)
1. Based on your data and observations, what are some of the Differences between
normal cells and cancer cells?
Cancer cells are cells, which suffered a mutation at the intra-cellular level, and
Assignment # 1
The process by which plants use sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide to produce into
useable energy is photosynthesis. Living things depend on photosynthesis to in order to maintain
life and existence. The replication
Lab # 1
1. Describe the process of transpiration in vascular plants?
Transpiration is the procedure by which plants acquire nutrients in the air and lose their
own moisture in the process. Th
Which of the following terms refers to all species that live and interact in a specific area?
Selected Answer: Cl community
Correct Answer: 0 community
A one-way relationship in which one species benefits and directly hurts the other