How Is Genetic Engineering Done?

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There are three major steps when it comes to genetic engineering. First you have to clone the gene. Second, you have to choose which one fits the exact specs you need. Lastly, you have to transfer the gene into the specimen. You can find more information here: http://txtwriter.com/onscience/Articles/geneEng.html
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1. Locate two plants of a the same species. They must be capable of cross breeding, such as most flowering plants, in order for this process to work. One of the plants should have
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it just is ok.
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Yes restriction enzymes and ligase are normally used (as explained above, I think). If you are trying to get a gene into a plant, which is normally the case with GE food, scientists
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I think best way is problem solving approach. Make them solve some simple problems. Students would automatically and gradually realize the effects of various operators like mutation
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