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What does Genetic Engineering Really do Humans have been doing traditional biotechnology for a long time but modern biotechnology or genetic engineering is a very recent development Will fish mate with tomatoes or soybeans crossbreed with petunias Will pigs mate with humans or rabbits with mice Of course not but some scientists are combining the genes of the diverse creatures against the laws of natural selection This unsacred liaison invent by chemical corporate giants is called genetic engineering Farm animals plants and other creatures are the victims of this devolution Genes are blue prints composed of thousands of genetic codes and carry information for the proteins that make up the structure function and outward traits that constitute the individual organism DNA ultimately dictates the distinctive qualities of a species from microorganism to insect plant animal and human being The genetic codes in DNA determine physical forms skin color size of fruits sensory structures of animals types of trees specific times for flowers to blossom and billions of other features and functions Genetic engineering is technique to splice delete add isolate recombine or transfer genes from one organism to another that may be totally unrelated Alteration in genes and chromosomes causes disruption and disturbance in the biochemical structure of species and can result in species mutation Science can alter other creatures very genetic structure to suit our desires and the market value Among the many victims of these artificial mutations farm animals suffer the most Their entire lives are locked inside factory warehouses manipulated by machines as if the sole purpose of the animal to be born was to be harvested by man These animals never have a chance to see the sky or smell
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