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Activity © Snapshot Science, 2012Snapshot Science Spider image: wikimedia commons Goat A Goat B Goat C Goat D (adult) Goat D
G F H I J B A Plenary © Snapshot Science, 2012Snapshot Science C D E The nucleus and silk gene is fused together. The egg is stimulated to divide to form an embryo. The milk of goat D contains the spider silk protein. Goat C gives birth to a transgenic goat (goat D) - it's DNA contains the spider silk gene. The egg cell from goat B and nucleus containing the silk gene are fused. The silk gene is cut out of the spider's DNA. The protein is extracted from the milk and spider silk is formed. An egg cell is taken from goat B and enucleated. A body cell is removed from goat A and the nucleus removed (enucleation). The embryo is put into the uterus of goat C.
Plenary © Snapshot Science, 2012Snapshot Science 1.What similarities are there between this process and adult cell cloning? 2.Are any of the goats clones? Explain your answer. 3.In the process a piece of DNA called a promoter is added to the start of the spider silk gene. This ensures that the gene is only expressed in the mammary gland cells of the goat. Why is this important? 4.Outline the ethical, economic and social arguments for and against this process.
Cell Transformation, Transgenic Organisms & Cloning.
Cloning Miss. Maskin. Learning Objectives To understand that there are natural clones (twins, certain plants, bacteria) To understand that there are artificial.
Two types of Cloning:. Therapeutic Cloning – the formation of genetically identical cells or organs without making an individual.
Chapter 13 section 3. To understand that there are natural clones (twins, certain plants, bacteria) To understand that there are artificial clones (plants,
Genetic Engineering. Tools of Molecular Biology DNA Extraction Cutting DNA Restriction Enzymes Recognize certain sequences of DNA and cut the hydrogen.
The New Science of Life Chapter 24. The New Science of Life Genetic engineering – procedure by which foreign genes inserted into an organism or existing.
13–1Changing the Living World A.Selective Breeding 1.Hybridization 2.Inbreeding B.Increasing Variation 1.Producing New Kinds of Bacteria 2.Producing New.
Artificial Selection and Genetic Engineering Selective Breeding Choosing the BEST traits for breeding. Most domesticated animals are products of selective.
Objectives Define a clone. Outline a technique for cloning using differentiated animal cells. Discuss the ethical issues of therapeutic cloning in humans.
Ch. 13 RECOMBINANT DNA TECHNOLOGY AND GENETIC ENGINEERING.
Genetic Engineering. The process of manipulating genes for practical purposes.
Genetic Engineering II Do Now: What was Griffith’s experiment? What was his conclusion?
DNA, Genes and Adult cell cloning. DNA DNA is the material inside the nucleus cells, carrying genetic information DNA molecules carry the genetic code.
DNA REPLICATION means the “ copying of DNA ’ It happens during Interphase semi-conservative : each new DNA helix formed is made of one old strand and one.
What two factors can affect the characteristics of an organism? Define variation: Why do organisms produced by sexual reproduction show greater variation.
Genetic Engineering Chapter 13 Selective Breeding Choosing the BEST traits for breeding. Most domesticated animals are products of SB. Also known as:
Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology. Genetic Engineering Genetic Engineering: a sequence of DNA (gene) from one organism is: identified, cut and removed.
1 Human Genome Project, Gene Therapy, and Cloning Adapted from the University of Utah Genetic Science Learning Center and The National Genome Research.
Chapter 13 Genetic Engineering. This genetically engineered plant Glows-in-the-Dark!
Cloning A clone is an organism or piece of genetic material that is genetically identical to one that was preexisting Making a clone in a lab is called.
Objective: You will be able to list the positives and negatives of genetic engineering Do Now: Read “Increasing variation” which starts on p. 320 and ends.
Clones, transgenic organisms and designer babies B – will know about cloning animals and growing organs for transplant purposes. A – can explain the uses.
Welcome to modern plant cloning Unlike the old fashioned way of cloning a plant, which involved taking a cutting and encouraging it to turn into a new.
Objective: Chapter 13- Biotechnology. Biotechnology The use of organisms to perform practical tasks for humans.
Biotechnology. Early Biotechnology = using organisms or their cellular processes to improve the lives and health of people and the planet Has evolved.
CLONING Lecture Notes for Biotechnology. What is Cloning? To most people, the term “cloning” means making a copy of an individual. In biology, cloning.
Your genes All living things have Characteristics that are similar to their parents This is because an organisms characteristics are controlled by genes.
13–2Manipulating DNA A.The Tools of Molecular Biology 1.DNA Extraction Homogenization: Cell walls, membranes, and nuclear material are broken Emulsification:
Recombinant DNA and Genetic Engineering Chapter 13.
Genetic Engineering Conceptual Biology Ch Vocabulary 1. genetic engineering 2. selective breeding 3. hybridization 4. inbreeding 5. mutation 6.
5 d) Cloning 5.17 describe the process of micropropagation (tissue culture) in which small pieces of plants (explants) are grown in vitro using nutrient.
Selective Breeding. GEL ELECTROPHORESIS AKA: DNA FINGERPRINTING.
CHAPTER 13 & 14 Genetic Engineering and The Human Genome.
Manipulating DNA Biology 11: Section 6.4. Learning Goals Students will recall bacterial conjugation Students will understand the process of recombining.
Ch. 13 Genetic Engineering. Ch. 13 Outline 13-1: Changing the Living World 13-1: Changing the Living World Selective Breeding Selective Breeding Increasing.
Go to Section: which crosses consists of Selective Breeding for example Inbreeding Hybridization Similar organisms Dissimilar organisms for example Organism.
There are different types of dominant alleles. We have studied simple dominance, now lets examine 2 exceptions to the rules.
AQA GCSE Science & Additional Science Biology 1 Topic 7 Hodder Education Revision Lessons Genetic variation and its control Click to continue.
Genetic Engineering Some diabetics need to inject insulin. We used to get insulin from cows or pigs, but that took time and money. We now use bacteria.
What is a genome? A genome is an organism’s full collection of genes. Why do cells need to control gene expression? Cells need to control gene.
Genetic Engineering Regular Biology. Selective Breeding This is the process of allowing those organisms with specific characteristics to reproduce
Genetic Engineering Biology WAGGY. How DNA is manipulated What is GE? Making changes to the DNA code of an organism is similar to changing computer code.
Human Genome Project, Gene Therapy & Cloning. Human Genome Project –Genomics – the study of complete sets of genes –Begun in 1990, the Human Genome Project.
1 Review Describe the process scientists use to copy DNA Use Analogies How is genetic engineering like computer programming 2 Review What is a transgenic.
Cloning (Part 1) Created by: Haley Vrazel. Objectives Define cloning. Identify the history of cloning. Analyze the different types of cloning.
Cell Division and Reproducing New Organisms Science 9.
15.2 Recombinant DNA. Copying DNA – How do scientists copy the DNA of living organisms? –The first step in using the polymerase chain reaction method.
Chapter 15 Genetic Engineering Cloning and Transgenic Organisms.
Genetic Engineering Chapter 15 in Textbook. Selective Breeding Selective Breeding: allowing only those organisms with desired characteristics to reproduce.
DO NOW: List 3 things you have learned about Selective Breeding Dolly Objective: Learn the Process of Cloning and What the Benefits and Concerns Are New.
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