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Plasmids are often used as vectors in genetic engineering. What is the role of a vector? (1)
Transfer genes from one organism to another
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Which of the following is a way Native Americans engaged in ”genetic engineering”?
They experimented with teosinte and produced maize
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Which is most likely the result of genetic engineering?
an orange that has a prolonged shelf life
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What does the term vector refer to in genetic engineering?
a plasmid or other agent used to transfer DNA into a living cell
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8. Describe how genetic engineering is used in agriculture.
The genome of a living cell is modified for medical or industrial use
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What does the term sticky end refer to in genetic engineering?
the generation of short fragments of single-stranded DNA left at the end of a DNA molecule
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The various techniques by which scientists manipulate DNA in the lab is called: a. genetic engineering b. biotechnology c. recombinant DNA d. gel electrophoresis e. gene probes
genetic engineering.
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When humans manipulate the genes of microorganisms the process is called A. Bioremediation B. Genetic engineering C. Epidemiology D. Immunology E. Taxonomy
B. Genetic engineering
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4) Which of the following is NOT a public health measure used to control the transmission of disease? A) sanitary water and waste disposal methods B) immunization C) forced quarantine D) genetic engineering
D) genetic engineering (pg. 850)
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What is genetic engineering?
The use of technology to alter the genomes of viruses, bacteria, and other cells for medical or industrial purposes
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