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TUESDAY DO NOW

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Learning Targets

• 12.1 Explain how technology has changed the way humans influence the inheritance of desired traits in organisms.

• 12.2 Explain artificial selection (specifically gene modification, animal husbandry, and gene therapy).

• 12.3 Discuss the impacts these technologies have on society.

• 12.4 Discuss the technology discoveries that have led to artificial selection.

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DNA TECHNOLOGY

forensicsforensics

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DNA fingerprinting

DNA fingerprinting

medicine medicine

industryindustry

genetic recombinationgenetic recombination..

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How to make a DNA

fingerprint

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• Scientist cut up DNA into pieces using Restriction Enzymes

• Then load the pieces into a well.• Electricity is run through the gel.• The pieces of DNA move to the other end of

the gel with the + charge.• Smaller pieces move farther.• The gel is then compared to

a known sample

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Who doesn’t belong?

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Who did it?Who did it?•A blood stain

was found at a crime scene. Who is the perpetrator of the crime?

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Scientists today have developed Scientists today have developed genetically altered bacteria. genetically altered bacteria. Among them are strains of bacteria Among them are strains of bacteria that that

eat up oil spillseat up oil spillsmanufacture alcohol and other manufacture alcohol and other chemicalschemicalsprocess minerals. process minerals. Make human proteins.Make human proteins.

There is concern about possible risks There is concern about possible risks to the environment and the general to the environment and the general population as genetically engineered population as genetically engineered bacteria are introduced.bacteria are introduced.

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Genetic Engineering: Details

• Taking DNA from one organism and inserting it into another organism’s DNA sequence, to ensure the organism will have a specific trait.

• It produces an organism that has a new trait it would most likely not have developed on its own

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Scientists used a bioluminescent gene from a jellyfish to create

“glowing” green mice! These are all baby

mice, with no hair yet.

The inserted gene makes the skin glow under ultraviolet (UV) light.

These 3 in the middle are normal baby mice.Photo taken under UV light.

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•  Know– Selective Breeding involves choosing two organisms of

the same species and mating them with the hope of getting the best qualities of each parent to show up in the offspring.

– Genetic Engineering involves identifying certain genes and moving them from one organism to another – even to a different species or removing the gene entirely!

– Both activities are controversial.

• Understand– Genetic engineering is an ethical issue that needs to be

regulated by the personal, cultural, and global conscience.

• Do– Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of both

processes.– Analyze scenarios and determine if the situation is an

example of genetic engineering or selective breeding.

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Genetic Engineering Example A:

• Diabetic = a person whose pancreas cannot create the important hormone insulin. 

– Take the gene for making insulin from a healthy donor’s DNA

– Add that gene to the DNA of pancreas cells from a diabetic

– Let mitosis happen for a while (in a “test tube”) so you get LOTS of pancreas cells with the good gene.

– Surgically implant the good cells back into the diabetic

Give the insulin gene to diabetics.

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Genetic Engineering Example B:

• Scientists engineered chickens to be featherless by REMOVING the gene in chicken DNA that causes them to grow feathers

Make chickens with no feathers.

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Genetic Engineering Example C:

Scientists added a gene for producing scorpion venom to cabbage plants to kill pesky caterpillars that eat the crops!

Cabbage plant + scorpion venom = bug-proof veggies

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Genetic Engineering Example D:

• Placing the “anti-freeze gene” from a cold-water fish in tomatoes, so the tomatoes can still grow in cold weather.

Give tomatoes the ability to make anti-freeze.

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Remember!

Genetic engineering involves the manipulation of genes!

Gene: a segment of DNA

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Genetic Engineering of insect- resistant corn

#1 Identify desired gene

#2 Use enzymes to cut desired gene loose

#3 Remove undesired gene

#4 Insert desired gene into corn

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Advantages of Genetic Engineering

• Will get improved organisms• Can create organisms with traits not

previously thought possible• Can remove “bad” genes• Reduces the chance of getting

“undesirable” organisms

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Disadvantages of Genetic Engineering

• Co$tly• Must be performed in a lab with special

equipment• Ethical issues• Long term negative affects• Negative environmental impacts

• Super-C apples (allergies!)• Superweeds!• Natural insecticides seep into

soil & kill good insects!• Unknowns?????

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Genetic engineering has few limits -

except our imagination, and our

moral or ethical code.

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Selective Breeding: Details• Also called Animal Husbandry

• Selective breeding involves mating organisms with different “desirable” traits to get offspring with the desirable traits of both parents

• Selective breeding is used mostly for dogs, cats, other pets, cattle, and crops.

SAME SPECIES!

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Selective Breeding (Animal Husbandry Example A

Tough wild boars mated with friendly meaty pigs give you robust & meaty pigs for your farm. Tough Boar + meaty pig = Superpig

I’m giving ½ my genes!

I’m giving ½ my genes, too!

I’m so glad Farmer Jane

introduced us!Our offspring will

be so handsome & healthy & tasty!

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Selective Breeding (Animal Husbandry)Example B

Brahman cattle:Good resistance to heat, but poor beef.

English shorthorn cattle: Good beef but poor heat resistance.

Santa Gertrudis cattle

(cross of 2 breeds)

RESULT = good beef and resistant to heat!hot weather cow + beefy cow =

supercow

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Selective Breeding: Example C

Choosing only the best corn plants for seeds results in better crops over a long time.

Ancient corn from Peru

(~4000 yrs old)

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Selective Breeding Example D

X =

little red tomato + big green = BIG RED TOMATO

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Deer Modification

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Negatives to the Modification

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Remember!

•Animal Husbandry crosses (mates) organisms with desirable traits to produce offspring that have the traits from both parents!

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Advantages of Animal Husbandry

•Might get improved organisms•Don’t need any special tools or

lab•Can be performed easily by

farmers & breeders

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Disadvantages of Animal Husbandry

• Undesirable traits from both parents may appear in the offspring

• Disease can accumulate in the population – You may end up with deaf dalmatians, boxers

with heart disease, labs with hip problems…

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REVIEW

• Genetic Engineering– Relatively new

process performed within labs

– Manipulates or alters the genetic makeup of organisms

– Results in organisms with new traits

• Animal Husbandry– Process has been

around for thousands of years

– Combines the best traits of two organisms

– Results in organisms that have the desirable traits of their parents

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Scientific Example or Fact GE or AH?

Farmers removed the gene in chicken DNA to make them grow featherless.

This process attempts to combines the best traits of 2 parents.

Dog breeders wanted to breed a dog that would run fast but also be born with long, shiny fur, looking for the best characteristics from the parents.

Scientists take out a gene for bioluminescence from a jellyfish and put that gene into a mouse’s DNA to see if it will have a glowing effect.

This process is relatively new and done in science labs.

Humans choose the desired traits in this process.

This results in organisms with new combinations of traits that may never have existed before.

English Shorthorn cattle, which produced good beef were bred with Brahman cattle from India to make the offspring both tasty and resistant to heat and humidity.

This process has been around for thousands of years.

Scientists removed a gene for fat in bison to make their meat leaner.

This process can be done using organisms of 2 very different species.

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