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Chapter 16

What is bioengineering?
define biotechnology.
what are the tree main areas of bioengineering?
____ is the study of cell structures.
in the ____ selection method of evolutionary biology, farmers have the ability to help develop animals and crops that fit specific characteristics.
in a strand of DNA, the base guanine bonds with ____.
the ability of an organism to regulate itself in order to maintain a constant state is ____.
how is energy stored in most organisms?
list and describe the two types of biomass conversion.
which type of bioconversion process is typically conducted in tanks in order to produce methane?
what is the difference between pyrolysis and gasification?
what are genetically engineered crops?
what is cloning?
describe the work of monoclonal antibodies.
name four types of materials commonly used to conduct DNA fingerprints.
Created by: Abby Lopez