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If scientists engineer the DNA of tomatoes to make them survive in cold temperatures, what term could be used to describe these crops?
Where do scientists get a large amount of their antibiotics from?
Which of the following (3 answers) are examples of biotechnology?
What is HGH used for in Biotechnology?
_________________ are plants that have been genetically engineered by human processes to identify the genes for desirable traits. These genes are then inserted into new plants.
What is genetic engineering?
Which of the following (3 answers) are the primary benefits of genetically modified organisms (GMOs)?
Genetically Modified Organisms can be
Scientists genetically engineer corn to be immune to corn diseases. This is BENEFICIAL because
A process which creates an exact copy of an already existing organism.
Why do the fragments of DNA in gel electrophoresis travel away from the negative electrode?
What applications can gel electrophoresis be used for?
What is the purpose of gel electrophoresis?
Which male is the father of the child?
Whose blood was found at the crime scene?
Stem cells are used to .
Stem cells are .
What do vaccines do?
Select all of the following that stem cells come from.
What is the main goal and purpose of antibiotics?