Biotechnology and Society. Chapter 14. Biotechnology. Biotechnology The use of recombinant DNA technology to produce commercial goods and services
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Table 14-1, p. 314
Use recombinant DNA technology to express a human protein in the mammary glands of a cow, sheep, goat, (rabbits and hamsters used in early experiments) then patients drink the milk from these transgenic animals
Rather than using an entire animal, only animal cells are used to make a recombinant protein for medical use.
Fig. 14-3, p. 315
Fig. 14-4a, p. 316
Table 14-2, p. 317
Fig. 14-8, p. 318
Chromosomes inside plant-cell nucleus
The foreign gene is transferred into a plant cell. It becomes incorporated into one of the plant’s chromosomes.
Fig. 14-9a, p. 319
The plant cell grows and divides. Some of the descendant cells give rise to embryos that might go on to develop into mature, genetically engineered whole plants, as below.
Fig. 14-9b, p. 319
Fig. 14-10, p. 320
Fig. 14-11, p. 320
Table 14-3, p. 320
Fig. 14-12, p. 322
Table 14-4, p. 323
Fig. 14-14, p. 324