Written Outline and Literature Review on Genetically Modified Organisms GMOs

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Prompt: To complete your final project, you will need to create a well-researched presentation based on current research and debates surrounding your topic. The presentation will include a technical overview of the topic and a summary of the arguments for and against the topic with supporting evidence.

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BIO 101 Final Project Written Presentation Outline and Literature Review Worksheet Prompt: To complete your final project, you will need to create a well-researched presentation based on current research and debates surrounding your topic. The presentation will include a technical overview of the topic and a summary of the arguments for and against the topic with supporting evidence. For Milestone Two, you will submit a written outline of your presentation using this worksheet to help you develop your presentation. You will receive feedback from the instructor. Be sure to complete both Part 1 and Part 2. PLEASE COMPLETE BELOW PART 1: Written Presentation Outline For each of the four sections below, provide a written paragraph (5–7 sentences) summarizing your research and outlining what information you plan to use in your presentation. 1. Technical Overview (This will be information for 2–3 slides) In this section, provide background about the topic. Provide an overview of the topic in general, answering the following questions: How does it work? What is the purpose? How is the technology applied to the real world? Overview: 2. Summary of Arguments for the Topic (This will be information for 2–3 slides) Summarize research that supports your topic. In this section, provide facts and avoid personal bias. Present a factual overview of the benefits of the topic and how it enhances human life. If you were to argue for the support of the topic, what information would you provide to educate people on the topic? Arguments: 3. Summary of Arguments Against the Topic (This will be information for 2–3 slides) Summarize research that refutes your topic. In this section, provide facts and avoid personal bias. Present a factual overview of the pitfalls of the topic and how it negatively impacts human life. If you were to argue against the topic, what information would you provide to educate people on the topic? Arguments: 4. Current Perspectives on Your Topic (This will be information for 2–3 slides) In this section, provide a general overview of the current attitudes about your topic. Consider current research areas and ethical issues. What is the current attitude in the media? Are there new rules or laws being considered in the United States? To get started, consult reliable news sources (e.g., CNN, New York Times, your local news) and search for your topic. Overview: PART 2: References Include at least five sources that you intend to use for your project below in APA 6th edition format. If you need help with APA citation and reference formatting, please consult the Research/Writing folder in the class. More information on formatting can be found at the Purdue Online Writing Lab website. In addition to the APA-formatted citation, include a brief summary of the information from the source and your justification for using the source. 1. Citation: Summary: Justification: 2. Citation: Summary: Justification: 3. Citation: Summary: Justification: 4. Citation: Summary: Justification: 5. Citation: Summary: Justification: References for GMO project Gossett, D. R., & Kähler, K. N. (2013). Biotechnology and genetic engineering. Salem Press Encyclopedia, Watts, C. B. (2013). Genetically Modified Organisms. Salem Press Encyclopedia Of Science, Goldbas, A. (2014). GMOs: What Are They?...Genetically modified organisms. International Journal Of Childbirth Education, 29(3), 20-24. Smith, J., & A. (n.d.). Institute for Responsible Technology. Retrieved February 07, 2018, from http://responsibletechnology.org/ Phillips, T. (2008) Genetically modified organisms (GMOs): Transgenic crops and recombinant DNA technology. Nature Education 1(1):213 Buiatti, M., Christou, P., & Pastore, G. (2012). The application of GMOs in agriculture and in food production for a better nutrition: two different scientific points of view. Genes & Nutrition, 8(3), 255270. doi:10.1007/s12263-012-0316-4 Zhang, C., Wohlhueter, R., & Zhang, H. (2016). Genetically modified foods: A critical review of their promise and problems. Food Science And Human Wellness, 5116-123. doi:10.1016/j.fshw.2016.04.002 Kerner, G. S., ESQ. (n.d.). Food for Thought: The Federal GMO Labeling Law. Food Safety Magazine. ...
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BIO 101
Final Project Written Presentation Outline and Literature Review Worksheet
Prompt: To complete your final project, you will need to create a well-researched presentation
based on current research and debates surrounding your topic. The presentation will include a
technical overview of the topic and a summary of the arguments for and against the topic with
supporting evidence.
For Milestone Two, you will submit a written outline of your presentation using this
worksheet to help you develop your presentation. You will receive feedback from the instructor.
Be sure to complete both Part 1 and Part 2.
PLEASE COMPLETE BELOW

PART 1: Written Presentation Outline
For each of the four sections below, provide a written paragraph (5–7 sentences) summarizing
your research and outlining what information you plan to use in your presentation.
1. Technical Overview (This will be information for 2–3 slides)
In this section, provide background about the topic. Provide an overview of the topic in general,
answering the following questions: How does it work? What is the purpose? How is the
technology applied to the real world?
Overview:
A GMO is an animal, plant or microorganism whose genetic composition has been modified by
way of transgenic technology or genetic engineering. This results to combinations of animals,
plants, virus and plant genes which do not naturally occur or by the conventional crossbreeding
techniques. The sole purpose of GMO is to develop microorganisms which have traits that are
resistant to diseases and also the development of crop which responds to low cost and ecofriendly herbicides which consequently result to less/fewer chemicals required for the control of
different pests. Additionally, GMOs have been developed to enhance nutritional content.
Currently, GMO is being used to develop fish that is nutritious and healthy just like the wild
caught fish. This is aimed at increasing the protein supply which is not adequately met by the
overharvested oceans. GMO is also being applied in the development of a mosquito which can
fight malaria thus save the thousands of lives that are lost through malaria around the globe
annually. Finally, GMO is being used to develop crops that are resistant to diseases therefore
reduce pesticide use in agriculture. Currently, GMO is widely used in the field of agriculture for
increasing yields, cut costs for drug and food production among many other uses.

2. Summary of Arguments for the Topic (This will be information for 2–3 slides)
Summarize research that supports your topic. In this section, provide facts and avoid personal
bias. Present a factual overview of the benefits of the topic and how it enhances human life. If
you were to argue for the support of the topic, what information would you provide to educate
people on the topic?
Arguments:
With the increasing population, tillable land is reducing in size and thus posing a threat to the
global food security. Therefore, GMO purposes to increase food production using the small land
that is left. Additionally, the use of pesticides and fertilizers need to be reduced as their impact
on the environment is negative. Thus GMO steps in to develop crops that have the characteristics
of fending of weeds and pests (Zhang, Wohlhueter & Zha...

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