anonymous
  • anonymous
Which is an example of the impact of genetic research on society
Biology
schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@callielovesyhuu Are you asking for medals posting answers which are not related ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
@lilminne Welcome To Open study !!
callielovesyhuu
  • callielovesyhuu
actually it is related ! and its the answer the question typically has answer choices i can show you the link to a few @JoshKoikkara

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Well, you know this because you worked hard to learn this and understand the choices provided along. But, looking from the asker's side do u think this user can understand and learn well in future?
callielovesyhuu
  • callielovesyhuu
.http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/54b7f1f4e4b04eed2e5674ad I have had this question on multiple exams for biology 2 ! Each time i got it correct but i researched before i give and answer i run a tutoring business for biology i can explain and help find the right answer! i also help through email for people on openstudy!
anonymous
  • anonymous
@callielovesyhuu I appreciate that... but all this became possible only when you had the interest to find answer yourself, or with by somebody's help. Did anyone gave you straight answer when you found this question ? And yeah, by helping the user answer himself teaches the asker to understand things.
callielovesyhuu
  • callielovesyhuu
genetically modified organisms i meant
callielovesyhuu
  • callielovesyhuu
no i learned it by paying attention and studying-_-
anonymous
  • anonymous
@callielovesyhuu Good, so you learned, what about your friend? Who will teach her/him ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
@lilminne Genetic research may have profound social impacts, both positive and negative. As genetic research advances, genes and their alleles (versions) are being identified, but the function of each gene and its relationship to disease conditions, or other characteristics may not be clear. In single-gene disorders, for example, an allele of a single gene is directly related to a hereditary disease. More commonly, diseases or personal characteristics are influenced by multiple genes, as well as environmental factors. Ref: http://www.impact-study.co.uk/public/geneticsandcancer/genetictesting/positiveandnegativeaspects

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