Procedure - Lab Aids

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Are
GMOs

the Solution?

Activity 20: Are
GMOs

the Solution?

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Activity 20: Are
GMOs

the Solution?

1.
I have eaten food that contains genetically modified
(GM) crops.

2.
GM foods should be available, as long as they are
tested before they are sold for human consumption.

3.
The risks of GM foods outweigh the possible
benefits.

4.
GM foods will help provide a sustainable food
supply.

5.
I am concerned about eating GM foods.

6.
Farmers should grow corn that is genetically
modified to resist insects that damage cornfields.

Genetically Modified Organisms

Activity 20: Are
GMOs

the Solution?

Activity 20: Are
GMOs

the Solution?


Should the government Panel
on Genetic Modification
approve the planting of
genetically modified soybeans?

Challenge

Activity 20: Are
GMOs

the Solution?

Procedure


Summarize the scenario based on what
you have read in the introduction and
Procedure Step 1.

Activity 20: Are
GMOs

the Solution?

Procedure


What are the benefits and trade
-
offs for
the country if it accepts the proposal
described in Procedure Step 2?

Activity 20: Are
GMOs

the Solution?

Procedure

Study

Where
conducted

How long
was the
study?

Growth

Conditions

Effects on
SMV
resistance

Effects
on yield

Conclusions

GM Soybean Study Comparison

Activity 20: Are
GMOs

the Solution?

Procedure


Should the government Panel on Genetic
Modification allow the growth of Soy* in
their country?

Activity 20: Are
GMOs

the Solution?

Activity 20: Are
GMOs

the Solution?


Should the government Panel
on Genetic Modification
approve the planting of
genetically modified soybeans?

Revisit the

Challenge

Activity 20: Are
GMOs

the Solution?

Activity 20: Are
GMOs

the Solution?


genetic engineering


trade
-
offs

Key
Vocabulary