Preliminary Thesis: –>“Genetic engineering should not be controlled by the law, because the people controlling the law are not credited on knowing about what it is they are controlling. ” 1st Revised Thesis: –>“The government shouldn’t have the power to control Genetic Engineering; because Government Legislators do not possess the adequate degree, and/or satisfactory knowledge regarding this unique study doctors, and scientists have spent years researching now. To allow a committee of Legislators whom have no dignified background knowledge and/or scholarly study the power to control this research study. “ 1. The government should not have residing power over the field of Genetic Engineering; Legislators do not hold a proper degree to enable them to make prominent decisions on a matter that has been researched for years by Doctors and scientists alike. ” 2. “The government should not have the power to control the field of Genetic Engineering; elected officials do not possess an adequate degree or knowledge regarding this unique study that is leading us into the future. Allowing a committee of Legislators whom have no dignified background in the subject to take control of an entire field of work would be detrimental to today’s society. Kryssana: I think your thesis statement needs a little more clarity. First, when you write “the people,” who are you referring to? Government/legislators or another group? Be as specific as possible. Second, do you mean that “the people controlling the law” don’t understand genetic engineering and what they might be vetoing? I’m not totally sure what your argument is. Jennifer Monday, September 13, 2010 — ENG1020, 81309 week of September 13 – September 17 A few things to keep in mind: 1. Your discussion board postings are due by FRIDAY (11:59 p. m. ). You must post at least twice. Each posting is worth 5 points. The discussion question for this week is posted. 2. Don’t forget that your outline (title, thesis, works cited) is due next Monday in class. 3. Remember to check your Tri-C email this week for feedback on your thesis. genetic engineering n. Scientific alteration of the structure of genetic material in a living organism using recombinant DNA, employed for such purposes as creating bacteria that synthesize insulin. | The American Heritage® Medical Dictionary Copyright © 2007, 2004 by Houghton Mifflin Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved. Genetic engineering The manipulation of genetic material to produce specific results in an organism. Mentioned in: Gene Therapy Gale Encyclopedia of Medicine. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved. genetic engineering, the process of producing recombinant DNA for the purposes of altering and controlling the genotype and phenotype of organisms. Restriction enzymes are used to break a DNA molecule into fragments so that genes from another organism can be inserted into the DNA. Genetic engineering has been used to produce a variety of human proteins, including growth hormone, insulin, and interferon, in bacteria. At present, it represents a powerful tool for medical research but is possible only in microorganisms. In the future, genetic engineering may be applicable to more complex organisms, offering the possibility of controlling and eliminating genetic disorders and malformations in humans. Definition of GENETIC ENGINEERING : the group of applied techniques of genetics and biotechnology used to cut up and join together genetic material and especially DNA from one or more species of organism and to introduce the result into an organism in order to change one or more of its characteristics. — genetically engineered adjective genetic engineer noun Examples of GENETIC ENGINEERING The crops were made resistant to disease by genetic engineering. First Known Use of GENETIC ENGINEERING In the year 1951. Proper (ADJ. ): following the established traditions of refined society and good taste Synonyms befitting, correct, decent, decorous, de rigueur, genteel, nice, polite, respectable, seemly Related Words acceptable, adequate, satisfactory, tolerable; dress, dressy, formal; dignified, elegant, gracious; priggish, prim, stiff, stuffy; apt, material, relevant; compatible, congenial, harmonious; allowed, authorized, kosher, permitted
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