Genetic Engineering and R-DNA Technology

Genetic engineering is a broad term referring to manipulation of an organisms’ nucleic acid. Organisms whose genes have been artificially altered for a desired affect is often called genetically modified organism (GMO). Recombinant DNA technology (R-DNA) is technology that is used to cut a known DNA sequence from one organism and introduce it into another organism thereby altering the genotype (hence the phenotype) of the recipient. The process of introducing the foreign gene into another organism (or vector) is also called cloning. Sometimes these two terms are used synonymously.

  • DNA in Genetic Engineering
  • Generation of Recombinant DNA
  • Reasons to Manipulate DNA
  • Role of recombinant DNA technology to improve life

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