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Genetic Engineering Biotechnology
February 1, 2010 Do Now: What is being described by this picture?
What are some of the ways scientists use their knowledge of DNA?
Genetic Engineering: Agriculture Agriculture Manufacturing Medicine
Genetic Engineering is the manipulation of the DNA in cells, to change hereditary traits. It is allows scientists to put genes from one organism into another organism.
Transgenic An organism that has DNA of another species
Green Mice: Mouse + Plant Gene
Tobacco plant + Jellyfish gene = Transgenic Plant
Transgenic DNA from the Glowing Fish The gene that makes it glow White Rabbit Glowing Rabbit
Injecting foreign DNA into a Mouse Cell
Gene Splicing Cut a segment of DNA that codes for a specific protein. For example the gene that makes the hormone insulin for people who have diabetes.
Gene is placed into Bacteria DNA Bacteria now makes insulin
Negative Aspects Violates the integrity of life Unethical Do human beings know what is best? Puts species at risk Does not take into account changing conditions
ProsCons Genetic Engineering
Closure What are some of the ways scientists use their knowledge of DNA?
Response: 1. Solving Crimes 2. Agriculture 3. Manufacturing medicine 4. Testing for disease
Is genetically modified food safe? What are the potential long term effects?
Biotechnology & Genetic Engineering
GENETIC ENGINEERING. Scientist use their knowledge of the chemical composition and structure of DNA to study and change DNA This process is known.
KEY CONCEPT DNA sequences of organisms can be changed.
THE BASIS FOR TRANSGENIC ORGANISMS. TRANSFORMATION The incorporation of a piece of naked DNA (not attached to cells) from one organism into the DNA of.
Genetically Engineered Examples. The jellyfish glow gene has become a powerful tool for studying molecules inside living cells.
Chapter 13 Section 4 Applications of Genetic Engineering
Chapter 9: Genetic Engineering
Chapter 20: Biotechnology. Essential Knowledge u 3.a.1 – DNA, and in some cases RNA, is the primary source of heritable information (20.1 & 20.2)
Biotechnology Notes. Biotechnology = the manipulation of living organisms or parts of organisms to make products useful to humans.
9.4 Genetic Engineering KEY CONCEPT Genetic Engineering is about changing the DNA sequences of organisms.
Genetic Engineering © 2014 wheresjenny.com Genetic Engineering.
Standard 5c. Learning Goals 1. Compare Selective Breeding & Genetic Engineering. 2. Summarize the two main steps in genetic engineering. 3. Explain.
Biotechnology Using knowledge of the DNA code for practical applications.
Aim: What are some applications of Genetic Engineering? Genetic Engineering is a process that is used to the alter the genetic instructions in organisms.
Production of Eukaryotic Proteins in Bacteria Human insulin, human growth hormone, and other valuable eukaryotic proteins can be produced economically.
Synthetic Biology: Genetic Transformation by Steve Post Life Technologies / IISME Summer 2011.
CHAPTER 13 Standard 4.9 Genetic Engineering How can humans manipulate DNA?
Transgenic animal patented and sold at Wal Mart… Glow Fish
CHAPTER 13 Genetic Engineering. Mutations produce new kinds of bacteria ex. oil-eating bacteria.
Catalyst 1.What is a clone? 2.What kind of animals do you know have been cloned? 3.What are some ways that you know of where science influences a living.
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