Biotechnology and Genetics – Transgenic animals/plants

News Broadcast on Transgenic Animals and Plants – By Olivia, Samira and Maya

Research Document (all research used):

Bibliography with Completed Citations:

1. Miao, Xiangyang. (2012) Recent Advances in the Development of New Transgenic Animal Technology. Research Gate  : https://www.researchgate.net/publication/230569579_Recent_advances_in_the_development_of_new_transgenic_animal_technology www.actionbioscience.org/biotechnology/margawati.html

2. Wheeler, M. B. (2013) Transgenic Animals in Agriculture. Nature Education Knowledge : https://www.nature.com/scitable/knowledge/library/transgenic-animals-in-agriculture-105646080

3. Margawati, Endang Tri Ph.D. (2008) Transgenic Animals: Their Benefits To Human Welfare. ActionBioScience :

www.actionbioscience.org/biotechnology/margawati.html

4. Genetic Science Learning Center. (2013) Genetic Society. University of Utah :

https://learn.genetics.utah.edu/content/science/

5. Mills, Ameera. (2018) What Are Transgenic Animals? AnimalWised :

https://www.animalwised.com/what-are-transgenic-animals-2852.html#anchor_2

6. Alexion Pharmaceuticals, Inc., New Haven, Connecticut. (1997) Genetically modified animal organs for human transplantation. US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9361508

7. National Blood Clot Alliance:

https://www.stoptheclot.org/news/article152/

8. Marks, Lara; Myelnikov, Dmitriy (2015) What Is Biotechnology; Transgenic Animals. Cambridge University:

http://www.whatisbiotechnology.org/index.php/science/summary/transgenic/transgenic-animals-have-genes-from-other-species-inserted

Core competencies Reflection:

The World’s Population by Eye Colour – Visual Data Representation

Visual Data Representation (Infographic) :

Using infographics is one of the easiest ways to make confusing data easy to read for anyone. Visual representation of data helps communicate graphs, tables, and data easy to read and appealing to the eye. I chose to research the world’s population by eye colour and instead of naming the colour and percent of the world corresponding with that colour I chose to create an eyeball to represent this data. At first look, this representation already gives you a hint on what you may be reading about (the eyeball) and at a closer look you can read more into each colours representation, by the population, and why different pigmentations are shown on iris. Whether its Rayleigh, low melanin or high melanin you can learn why your eyes are the colour they are, as well as how the world population average’s in eye colours.

Below  is an infographic representing the eye colours of the world’s population,

(double click to see close up)

Original Data:

Table found at https://www.worldatlas.com/articles/which-eye-color-is-the-most-common-in-the-world.html