Part 1 GMOS

Part 1 GMOS

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  • They're dangerous to us!
  • Doesn't it suck how G.M.O.s aren't monitored?
  • Chelsie and Lucy talk in between classes
  • Key Term: G. M. O. stands for Genetically Modified  Organism. 
  • But Chelsie, G.M.O.s haven't been proven to be dangerous.
  • I don't know . . . it just doesn't seem natural.
  • Key Term: A gene is a piece or segment of D.N.A.
  • I don't know. It's just so confusing. I don't want to put something in my body I know nothing about.
  • Chelsie, G.M.O.s are just science. I can explain . . .
  • The G. M. O. starts off the process when a plant is problematic or needs improvement.
  • For example, let's say, farmers, year after year, are having a problem with a tomato crop getting eaten by bugs.
  • Farmers realize that another inedible plant has D.N.A. that causes the plant to smell awful to the bugs. They decide they are going to put that D.N.A. in their tomatoes to fix this.
  • Key Term: D.N.A. Deoxyribonucleic Acid. The building blocks inside of our cells.
  • Well hopefully only the plant would smell, not its fruit.
  • But wouldn't the tomato become disgusting smelling?
  • Good thing this is a hypothetical.
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