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What features are desirable?
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How do genetically modified foods work?
Scientists (biotechnologists and biochemists) have altered the DNA structure (genetic material) of crops (genetic engineering) by identifying the desirable features from one particular species, and then cutting by a restriction enzyme, and then inserting desirable trait into the other species so the GM crops and foods can reproduce with the desirable features. These desirable features could be genes that code for resistance to disease, such as viruses, bacteria, and fungi (or mould) on the food or crop, or improving the taste of the food or crop by selecting the best gene for good taste, or even having a good effect on health, such as humans' immune system being boosted from a particular gene that fights diseases, and etc.
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Genotype is the genetic constitution of an organism. The term is used to describe the allelic composition of the genome. Phenotype is the observable characteristics or physical features of an organism A hybrid is essentially a mixture of two things. With reference to biology however, a hybrid is a cross between two species or strains of an organism. Most often, hybrid plants are created by crossing two parent plants with desirable features so as to obtain a progeny plant with a combination of those desirable features.
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Are all changes desirable? Clearly not. Example: "lets change the notion of educating our children, to never educating them" All changes are not desirable. Then ask: Is any change always desirable? No. Should the prospect of change be desirable? Sometimes. The answer depends on perception, intention and outcome. The only truth with almost near certainty is to state the following: Change can be desirable.