Genetic Cloning For Eatable Meats Branton Junior High Science Research And Opinion Piece

541 words - 3 pages

​Paytan 1
Paytan Tatoulis
Mme.Collier
FLA 9B
6 November 2017
Le Clonage des Animaux D’élevage
Saviez-vous que le poulet, le bœuf et le porc de vos épicerie locales peuvent être
génétiquement clones? Je pense que l'idée que notre viande est génétiquement cloné est
un processus contraire à l'éthique et une mauvaise idée. J'aborderais les aspects suivants a
viande cloné doit être fortement traitée avec des produits chimiques, Beaucoup de
personnes achètent leur viande dans les épiceries locales sans savoir que la viande qu'ils
achètent est cloné et le bien des animaux testés et cloné.
Si nous clonons génétiquement notre viande, elle doit être traitée par quelques produits
chimiques. Une grande partie de nos viandes en magasin sont traitées avec tous / certains
de ces produits chimiques ​: ​ monoxyde de carbone (pour améliorer la couleur), ammoniac
(ralentir la croissance de e-coli) et chlore (rincer la volaille. Donc, je pense que si la
viande est ​clonée,​ beaucoup plus de produits chimiques seront utilisées. Selon a
scientifiques pensent que les viandes ​cloné​ sont plus susceptibles aux infections ou à
d'autres problèmes microbiens. Par exemple si vous consommez une grande quantité
d'ammoniac, cela peut vous brûler la gorge et causer des dommages permanents aux
poumons. Je crois que si nous ne pouvons pas cloner sans utiliser des produits chimiques
nocifs, nous ne devrions pas croire à des fins alimentaires.
Cela vous surprendrait-il de savoir qu'il est possible que la viande que vous achetez soit
cloné, je suis sûr que vous le feriez, car des recherches ont montré que de nombreuses
personnes ignorent que depuis 2003, des viandes cloné et des produits laitiers ont été
placés dans les rayons des magasins. Je crois que c'...

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