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Question: Biotechnology Activity Now that you are more familiar with the benefits, risks, and impacts of biotechnology, it is time for you to take a stand! Your task is to choose one of the following types of biotechnology: genetic engineering, cloning, or artificial selection. You will then write a one- to two-paragraph summary describing your chosen type of biotechnology. You will then need to argue for either the benefits or the risks of your chosen type. Your arguments should present your position, and then give the evidence that led you to this position. Be sure to include the following in your argument: a description of your chosen type of biotechnology (genetic engineering, cloning, or artificial section) one benefit or one risk for the individual (based on whether you are for or against it) one benefit or one risk for society (based on whether you are for or against it) one benefit or one risk for the environment (based on whether you are for or against it) A picture (you may hand draw, take photos in nature, or use stock images) You may get creative on this activity. You may choose to create a brochure, write a letter, or create a presentation using software.

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Type of Biotechnology: Genetic Engineering Genetic engineering is a type of biotechnology in which an organism's genes are altered or manipulated to produce a desired outcome, such as resistance to diseases, improved nutritional content, or enhanced growth. This can be achieved through various techniques, including the insertion, deletion, or modification of specific genes in an organism's DNA. Position: For Genetic Engineering Benefit for the Individual: One of the key benefits of genetic engineering for the individual is the potential to eliminate or manage serious genetic disorders. Using gene editing techniques like CRISPR, scientists can potentially correct faulty genes, allowing people who suffer from conditions such as cystic fibrosis or Huntington's disease to lead healthier and longer lives. Benefit for Society: Genetic engineering can play a crucial role in addressing global food security. By developing genetically modified crops that are resistant to pests, diseases, and environmental stressors, we can increase crop yields and reduce reliance on harmful chemical pesticides. This can lead to a more sustainable and accessible food supply for a growing global population. Benefit for the Environment: Genetic engineering can also benefit the environment by reducing the environmental impact of agriculture. By creating crops that require less water or are more resilient to changing climate conditions, we can reduce the strain on natural resources, decrease land use for agriculture, and minimize deforestation. In addition, genetically engineered plants that require fewer chemical inputs can reduce the pollution of our soil and water systems. Picture: Include a picture that represents genetic engineering, like an image of a DNA double helix, a CRISPR-Cas9 molecule, or a genetically modified crop field. For your chosen format of presentation, whether it is a brochure, letter, or software presentation, make sure to format the content in a visually appealing and well-organized manner. Use headlines, bullet points, and images to support your arguments and make it easy for your audience to grasp the key points of your position.

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April 3, 2023, 6:14 a.m.

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Published: Monday, April 3, 2023

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