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    There are many people who own and force animals like reptiles, birds, and other exotic animals, to live in unnatural homes. If someone acquires an exotic animal for entertainment, it often means he will neglect to know how to properly take care of the animal. Generally, when someone rescues an extoic animal they mean well, but they are actually taking it away from an environment that they have grown accustomed to and generally belong in, and need to let rescue organizations handle and care for…

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    For thousands of years around the world different species of animals or plants have been either transported intentionally, or through the process of globalization. In many cases, the transported animal or plant does not thrive in its new environment. Due to a lack of proper food sources combined with the wrong climate can result in a rather short life span for said animal or plant. Unfortunately, in some cases, the specimen thrives and is able to successfully reproduce and spread throughout its…

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    Norway Rat Research Paper

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    Kelly seweyn Per;5 Is the Norway Rat an Invasive species that is what we going to be learning about in this paper including other non-invasive and invasive species but first we need to know what they are so you can talk away your best view from this paper. A invasive species have few natural predators, have high reproduction rates, are long lived, are pioneer species (meaning they were brought here from other places ) , They are generalists, they kill native species, produce abundant…

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    Control Genetic Engineering Genetic engineering is the deliberate modification of the characteristics of an organism by manipulating its genetic material. Genetic engineering can: cure inherited diseases, modify plants so that they may fight pollution and make bigger/faster growing fruits and vegetables, make cats to glow in the dark, and cows that pass less gas. There are both pros and cons to genetic engineering. With that being said, society wants to know should it be controlled by law. In…

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    genetically modified foods are being added to the food supply without the knowledge of American consumers. The effects of these genetic modifications have been revealed to be “flawed” and potentially dangerous to consumers (Mercola). Mercola illustrates the large gray area that exists in the food industry, especially with GMOs and the few restrictions…

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    Side Effects Of Gmos

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    to decrease yields and increase the need to rely on agricultural chemicals (Smith, “Genetically Modified…”). Obviously, these genetically modified crops are doing more harm than good. Not only are these developing countries becoming dependent on genetic engineering, but it is actually decreasing their crop yield.…

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    altered through genetic engineering so the DNA of the organism has one or more new genes when produced. This usually increases the quality and/or quantity of a product/organism and a few other factors. Many people are concerned on whether or not GMOs are actually beneficial for society, and are questioning if big corporations such as Monsanto should continue pushing genetically modified crops and animals to our people. GMO’s are particularly concerning to society due to the…

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    Gmos: The Silent Killer

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    a renowned doctor who specializes in nutrition, attests that, in the United States an increasing amount of genetically modified foods are being added to the food supply without the knowledge of the Americans consuming them. The effects of these genetic modifications have been revealed to be “flawed” and potentially dangerous to consumers (Mercola). Mercola illustrates the large gray area that exists in the food industry, especially with GMOs and the few restrictions placed on them. As of today,…

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    Golden Rice Effect

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    Sewing Discord: To what effect will two controversial events influence when, if ever, Golden Rice go into distribution? Subject Area: World Studies: Science, Technology and Sociology Word Count: 3945 Session: May 2016 Acknowledgements I would like to thank my mentor, Mr. McLaughlin, for his valuable and constructive suggestions during the planning and developing of this essay and for taking the time to help me with this work. I would also like to thank Ms. Emma Reed for helping to…

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    Invasive Species Analysis

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    Invasive species are a bigger problem than they are viewed as. This is shown through Jennifer Klos’ article The Threat of Invasive Species. Invasive species are organisms that cause some kind of destruction to both the ecosystem and the economy, “harmful not because of what they are,but where they happen to be” (Klos.1). As stated before, it isn’t their faults. The main cause for invasive species are humans. Humans that are selfish and don’t think of the consequences of bringing a foreign…

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