Genetically modified food can provide a great deal of scientific and agricultural advancements that would benefit countries
Many other countries will now test and use genetically modified crops to provide food for their people.
Genetic engineering is a difficult process and can be very expensive.
Genetic engineering can be used to cure "mad cow" disease.
They increase the food supply
They help with scientific research of valuable proteins
They produce plants that contain their own herbicides and pesticides
They increase the risk of allergies in children
None of the above
Father to son
Mother to son
Father to daughter
Mother to daughter
A mutation in a gene causes the appearance of a disorder.
Genes are transferred from one individual to another through genetic engineering
Genetic disorders can only be only be inherited
Autosomal and recessive
Autosomal and dominant
Sex-linked and recessive
Sex-linked and dominant
Scientists would be able to control the inheritance of desirable traits while "weeding out" traits that were undesirable
Genetically modified animals created in large numbers lower the cost of food and are more healthy
Genetically modified animals can be created much quicker in a lab than in nature
Genetically modified animals can create anti-biotic resistant strains of bacteria
Increase possibility of allergies
Increase in profit because he is producing twice the amount of corn
Herbicide resistant corn
The possibility of cross-pollination destroying both crops
It is recessive in both males and females
It is recessive in males but dominant in females
It is recessive in females but dominant in males
It is dominant in both males and females
Genetically modified organisms are responsible for an increase in allergies in young children
Genetically modified organisms will create resistant strains of bacteria that will be hard to control or get rid of.
Genetically modified organisms can be used to create substances that are harmful to humans and other organisms
Genetically modified organisms will create mutated genetic traits in the human population