← Genetics Test Test
4 Written Questions
4 Multiple Choice Questions
- create semisynthetic tissues in a lab using a biodegradable scaffolding materials plus living cells. (ex: artificially grown human skin for burns)
- Recombination of genetic material from different sources.
- A form of technology that uses living organisms, usually genes, to modify products, to make or modify plants and animals, or to develop other microorganisms for specific purposes.
- used to create proteins that are not normally found in nature. Used in conjunction with genetic engineering. (ex: maybe used to alter an enzyme to withstand high temperatures for use in a manufacturing process)
3 True/False Questions
Monoclonal Antibody Technology → plant or animal cells grown in a laboratory usually for research purposes; ex: human embryonic stem cells
Biosensor Technology → joining of molecular biology and electronics. A detecting device for measuring substances at extremely low concentrations. (ex: mostly medical applications and detecting pollutants in the environment.)
Bioprocessing → Uses a cell, like bacteria, to produce a protein product. (ex: Engineered E.Coli that produce human insulin in large quantities)