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Grade 11/12
Earth and Life Science
Philippines Curriculum: SHS Core Subjects (MELC)

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Grade 11/12
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Philippines Curriculum: SHS Core Subjects (MELC)

S11/12LT-IIej- 17

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  • Q1
    1. These are products of genetic engineering except
    C. Insulin
    B. Humulin
    A. cotton
    D. Sheep Dolly
    S11/12LT-IIej- 17
  • Q2
    2. . Genetic engineering is the process of
    D. inserting new genetic information into existing cells in order to modify a specific organism for the purpose of changing its characteristics through modern biological techniques
    C. introducing a gene of interest from an organism to another organism using traditional methods
    B. changing the genes of plants and animals through crossbreeding
    A. modifying the genetic composition of plants by making crosses and selecting new superior genotype combination
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  • Q3
    3. The modification of traits in genetic engineering involves the following except
    B. enhancement of a present trait by increasing the expression of desired gen e
    D. enhancement of a present trait by disrupting the inhibition of the desired trait
    C. using the same species of organisms for the enhancement of traits
    A. introduction of new traits in an organism
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  • Q4
    4. Which of the following is the correct sequence of the basic steps in genetic engineering?I. Selection of vector and insertion of a gene II. Isolation of desired gene III. Expression of cloned genes IV. Identification, isolation of recombinant gene cells V. Transfer of DNA vector into host cells
    A. I, II, III, IV, V
    D. I, II, IV, III, V
    B. II, I, V, IV, III
    C. II, III, I, V, IV
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  • Q5
    5. The following are genetically modified organisms except
    C. Featherless chicken
    D. Insulin-producing bacteria
    B.. Bt corn
    A. Flav’r Sav’r tomatoes
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  • Q6
    6. Which is not a technique of inserting the gene of interest into the host cell/organism?
    A. “gene gun”
    C. heat shock treatment
    D. electropolation method
    B. polymerase chain reaction
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  • Q7
    7. Which of the following is a genetically modified organism?
    B. Bt corn
    D. Hybrid Labrador dog
    C. Featherless chicken
    A. Macapuno
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  • Q8
    8. Uses of Genetic Engineering EXCEPT
    C. advances inmedical and other industries.
    D. Producing insulin from bacteria, curing diseases, increasing yields
    B.advances in pharmaceutical, industrial, agricultural
    A. produces allergies
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  • Q9
    9. Ligation is...
    D. (identification of the desired clone
    A. (isolating plasmid and gene of interest)
    A. gene insertion to the plasmid)
    C. plasmid is placed back into bacterial cell)
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  • Q10
    10. Benefits Of GMO except:
    D.• Improved nutrition like the high beta carotene content of Golden Rice
    B. Increased productivity. This enables farmers to have higher crop yields and reduced pesticide use. (e.g. Bt corn)
    A. Reduced pesticide use. Since GM crops are modified for a specific pest, the use of pesticide against that pest is reduced or remove
    C. Reduced biodiversity of non-damaging insects. Pest resistant crops (e.g. Bt corn) lead to unintended harm to non-crop damaging insects such as larvae of Monarch butterflies when affected by pollen of Bt corn
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