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Review the Recombinant DNA and Ethics activity.
Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word article based on your notes. Include the following:
• Summary of the applications you found
• Discussion about the ethical, legal, and social issues (ELSI) related to the use of recombinant DNA technology
• Discussion on current issues of biotechnology
• Discussion about ethical repercussions of current issues of biotechnology
• Description of four scenes on map
• Scene(s) identified that represent an application of DNA technology
• Scene(s) identified that could be used in an application of DNA technology
• Identification of ethical concerns arising from applications of DNA technology
• Identification of legal concerns arising from applications of DNA technology
• Identification of social concerns arising from applications of DNA technology.

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The applications of recombinant DNA technology that I found using the application on the website are: hair, blood, corn, milk, beef, vaccines, fish, insulin, flower, crime, DNA paternity and DNA heredity tests.
Hair is a valuable sample in most of criminal investigations, since it contains cells that could be used to extract DNA from and determine the identity of the participants in crime. Blood is obviously one of the most important samples and pieces of evidence that one can hope to find on a crime scene. It offers ample material to isolate the DNA and determine someone’s identity. Corn, even though not related to crime scene, is also a product of recombinant DNA technology. Genetically modified corn species are widely used worldwide, and have genes introduced into their genomes in order to give them new traits, such as germs resistance, bigger crops, more nutritious crops, resistance to drought, etc. Similarly, beef that we find in stores might come from animals that are genetically modified to have more meat and be...

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