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Transgenic animal patented and sold at Wal Mart… Glow Fish
Ttransgenic organism: Tobacco plant with Jellyfish gene
Transgenic tomatoes can all ripen at once.
Goats with human genes [produce specialized milk for human infants
HGH Gene in a mouse
Transgenic mice. Single Gene from jellyfish
Actual Spider goat. Contains ONE spider gene. Makes one spider protein
Some folks are afraid of GMO’s Genetically Modified Organisms
Do we need to fear Genetically modified food?
What does science tell us?
Transgenic corn. Has bacteria gene which lets corn produce its own insecticide
A Bacteria Gene inserted into corn lets the corn make a protein which kills corn borer larvae
Genetically Modified Organisms
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Pure Genius. Dont get stumped! You have 5 minutes to find the answer.
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Bio = _______ technos = ________ logos = ____________ Biotechnology = _____________________________.
The Nitrogen Cycle. Why is Nitrogen Important? All organisms require nitrogen to live and build proteins Where is it found? 1.Free nitrogen gas 78% of.
GM Foods By: Maira Hafiz & 7BB. What is GM Foods? By: Maira Hafiz GM foods are basically food that have been genetically modified. For example, fish protein.
All organisms (living things) can be classified into two categories: Unicellular (Single Celled) and Multi- cellular Unicellular organisms are made.
Note for C 1.1: Single-celled organisms have all the characteristics of living things.
LN# 8 Cells. Cells Cells are the basic unit of living organisms. The cell theory describes the connection between living things and cells. The cell theory.
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