Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs). And how they are important in the 21 st century By: SB. What Are GMOs?. GMOs are organisms who have had their genetic makeup altered to give them new characteristics or traits. Can be used to greatly improve all types of organisms Bacterial Cells
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And how they are important in the 21st century
- A vector (bacterial plasmids or viruses)
- Shotgun method (bio-ballistics)
- Positive eugenics
- Negative eugenics
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