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The DNA lipases are the paste enzyme which helps to join the broken DNA fragments in genetic engineering

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Genetic engineering is the use of science to recombine DNA in many different procedures to develop organisms. Genetic engineering is mostly used in agriculture and medicine.

In genetic engineering, plasmid is used as the vector. Vector is the "vehicle" where the to be cloned DNA fragment is inserted (passenger).

Genetic engineering can be accomplished in bacteria by using Recombinant DNA.

genetic engineering is the changing of an organism's DNA to give the organism new traits

it is the stem cell genetic by the cloning of DNA

with genetic engineering you are artificially introducing DNA to an organism, but with natural reproduction the DNA come naturally

it is found in the cytoplasm as a simple circle.

Plasmids are DNA molecules, usually circular, that are independent of the chromosomal DNA. In bacteria these can replicate independently as well. In genetic engineering, plasmids are called Vectors, and are used to isolate and multiply a specific gene. which, because they are independent of chromosomal DNA, can be transferred into other organisms.

genetic engineering can stop the growth of DNA which is needed to produce more genes to pass on to offspring.

Some believe genetic engineering is moral because it can be used for the good of mankind. Others believe it is not moral because the DNA should not be artificially changed. Still others question the uses of genetic engineering based on the way it is being used. Ultimately, whether one considers genetic engineering as moral is something they must determine for themselves.

DNA has a number of uses in science and technology. It is most commonly applied in genetic engineering, forensics, bioinformatics, history, and anthropology.

Some applications of genetic engineering in agriculture and medicine are diagnostic tools, gene therapy, DNA fingerprinting, using genetic engineering to remove DNA from one organism and insert it into an organism of another species, etc.

Tinkering with the original genetic DNA structure

Genetic engineering is a lab technique used by scientists to change DNA of living organisms. It involves taking DNA from one organism and putting it into an unrelated organism (bacteria gene into corn, for example) in order to produce a desired trait.

a plasmid or other agent used to transfer DNA into a living cell

Enzymes are very important.They used to cut,combine DNA etc.

The correct order of steps in doing genetic engineering is cleaving, producing recombinant DNA, cloning, and screening.

genetic engineering involves the introduction of foreign DNA or synthetic genes into the organism of interest.therefore the main genetic material is the gene and the DNA.

Because genetic engineering involves changing a cell's DNA sequence - the 'program' that tells the cell what to do.

Genetic engineering is manipulating genes of an organism. Examples include recombinant DNA and cloning.

Reading a DNA sequence, Editing a DNA sequence, and Reinserting DNA back into living organisms.

Genetic engineering involves manipulation of the genetic material towards a desired end in a direct and pre-determined way. This is alternatively called recombinant DNA technology.

Taking a piece of DNA from one organism and putting it into another organism.

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