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2) Which of these is a genetically modified organism?
A) an organism carrying a gene that was acquired by artificial means
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Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) contain
one or more genes introduced by artificial means
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Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs)
An organism produced by genetic engineering
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A bacterial plasmid is 100 kb in length. The plasmid DNA was digested to completion with two restriction enzymes in three separate treatments: EcoRI, HaeIII, and EcoRI + HaeIII (double digest). The fragments were then separated with electrophoresis, as shown. Using the circle provided, construct a labeled diagram of the restriction map of the plasmid. Explain how you developed your map. Describe how: recombinant DNA technology could be used to insert a gene interest into a bacterium recombinant bacteria could be defined expression of the gene of interest could be ensured Discuss how a specific genetically modified organism might provide a benefit for humans and at the same time pose as a threat to a population or ecosystem.
1. Introduction and Thesis This card introduces genetically modified organisms and discusses some useful terminology
1. Define the acronym GMO and explain what GMOs are. a) What does GMO mean? i. GMO stands for genetically modified organisms. b) What is a genetically modified organism? i. In science we define such a phrase as an artificial process of insertion, deletion, or mutation in the genes of an organism (transgenic), and is most likely done for benefits of human use (like consumption).
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4. Topic Sentence with supporting details This card explains some facts about genetically modified organisms and goes into detail about GMOs
4. Topic Sentence: Many people in the world consume genetically modified organisms without even realizing that they are doing so. Supporting Details: a) Go into more depth about GMOs: history, types, etc. b) There are people all around the world, decreasing and even ceasing all production of GMO’s, and there are reasons to why they are doing so. c) Certain countries (like New Zealand, Australia, Germany, etc.) ban either certain genetically modified foods or any GMOs all together. d) The goal isn’t to ban GMOs entirely, but to bring awareness to our society with what they are consuming.
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Genetically modified organisms (GMO’s)
crops that carry new traits that have been inserted through advanced genetic engineering methods EXAMPLE: Tomatoes genetically modified to grow larger and sweeter
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Genetically Modified Organisms
are organisms such as plants, animals, and microorganisms that the genetic characteristics of which have been modified artificially in order to give them a new property
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