The Pros And Cons Of Genetic Engineering

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This report contains the phenomenon of genetic engineering and how the different world views seen the topic of genetic engineering. Thus, how do they feel about the arising topic of genetic modification. CRISPR is an acronym that stands for Clustered Regular Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats. Which is the more accurate version of genetic engineering which can modify DNA for the precise mutation at exact locations.
Genetic Engineering
The term genetic engineering originally represented the techniques for modification or manipulation of organisms through the process of heredity and reproduction [5]. Genetic engineering is also known as genetic modification and is the process of altering the DNA of a living organism. This could entail altering a base pair which can consist either deleting a section of DNA or presenting a duplicate of a gene. Genetic engineering is mostly used by scientists to improve or adapt the features of an explicit organism [7]. Genetic engineering is mostly used to enhancing or modifying foods or plants, and to increase the growth rate of crops [7].
A modernist is a person that follows or favours the modern ways and who advocates the study of modern subjects that is preferred above the old subjects that have been replaced by the modern-day technology [1]. Modernism is based on the generalised truth about reality. Modernism can be defined as a rebellious state of mind that questioned all conventions. Modernism has viewed the world
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