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    Correction/cloning

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    Correction/cloning
    Message de jretaill posté le 28-09-2013 à 16:44:42 (S | E | F)
    Bonjour,

    j'ai un oral d'anglais vendredi prochain et j'aimerais être certaine de pas avoir fait d'erreurs.
    Pouvez-vous me corriger s'il vous plaît?
    Merci pour votre aide.

    Cloning humans - against

    I am against human cloning, I think it could pose many ethical issues.
    Indeed, it challenges the notions of family, heredity, sexual reproduction, ect ... therefore the clone would be simply the result of a scientific experiment. The clone could be used for immoral purposes, to say that it could be used to improve humaine.We could clone particularly intelligent persons or having big physical abilities
    Although the idea of ​​cloning may seem interesting, we must remain cautious because we do not yet know all the consequences that cloning could be long term.
    Many consider that we can not run the risk of a human clone born malformed or have immune disorders. Indeed, it is unimaginable to have to euthanize a human cloned as we did for Dolly when she was only 6 years old.
    In the context of a therapeutic application of cloning called "reproductive", the child born to save her sick donor would be seen as a "reservoir of organs." It arises, as in the case of "designer babies" the problem of the purpose of the person created in the laboratory. In these cases, the child is not necessarily required as such, it can be used as "a last resort". The same problem would arise if clones were to be used for scientific research. They would then predestined to be guinea pigs born with the sole purpose of serving science. These uses, despite the benefits they can be seen as a manipulation of man, regression and even an affront to human dignity.
    Cloning in plants, it is a simple technique that does not have a lot of advantage as breeding large amount of individual or reintroduction of endangered plants. However, cloning is not without consequences, it can lead to reduced genetic biodiversity and therefore weaken plants and make them more susceptible to epidemics. Overused cloning may cause genetic erosion.
    There are risks of consuming cloned human health lie mainly in genetic manipulations that clones can reproduce (GMOs). We are still not very up to date on risks we incur to consume transgenic plants, it is however necessary to point out that they exist ...
    Many insect resistance genes act by disrupting the digestive system of the parasite can be can be feared that these genes also affect our digestive system. There is also concern the development of allergies. While all of this is not yet proven, it remains of concern that we should always keep in mind ...


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    Modifié par lucile83 le 28-09-2013 16:55


    Réponse: Correction/cloning de sherry48, postée le 28-09-2013 à 20:50:32 (S | E)
    Hello. You can start with the errors below.

    I am against human cloning, I think it could pose many ethical issues.
    Indeed, it challenges the notions of family, heredity, sexual reproduction, ect ... therefore the (indefinite article) clone would be simply the result of a scientific experiment. The clone could be used for immoral purposes, to say that it could be used to improve humaine.We could clone particularly intelligent persons or ________having big (synonym) physical abilities.
    Although the idea of ​​cloning may seem interesting, we must remain cautious because we do not yet know all the consequences that cloning could be long term.(Use long term as an adjective for consequences).
    Many consider that we can not (most often 1 word)run the risk of a human clone born malformed or have immune disorders. Indeed, it is unimaginable to have to euthanize a human cloned as we did for Dolly when she was only 6 years old.
    In the context of a therapeutic application of cloning called "reproductive", the child born to save her sick donor would be seen as a "reservoir of organs." It arises, as in the case of "designer babies" the problem of the purpose of the person created in the laboratory.(Revise) In these cases, the child is not necessarily required as such, it can be used as "a last resort". The same problem would arise if clones were to be used for scientific research. They would then predestined to be guinea pigs born for the sole purpose of serving science. These uses, despite the (possessive adjective) benefits they can be seen as a manipulation of man, regression and even an affront to human dignity.
    Cloning in plants, it is a simple technique that does not have a lot of advantage_ as breeding __ large amount of individual or reintroduction of endangered plants. However, cloning is not without consequences, it can lead to reduced genetic biodiversity and therefore weaken plants and make them more susceptible to epidemics. Overused cloning may cause genetic erosion.
    There are risks of consuming cloned human health (revise)lie mainly in genetic manipulations that clones can reproduce (GMOs). We are still not very up to date on risks we incur to consume (verb +ing)transgenic plants, it is however necessary to point out that they exist ...
    Many insect resistance genes act by disrupting the digestive system of the parasite (New sentence?) can be can be feared that these genes also affect our digestive system. There is also concern ___ the development of allergies. While all of this is not yet proven, it remains of concern that we should always keep in mind ...

    Bonne continuation. Sherry




    Réponse: Correction/cloning de jretaill, postée le 29-09-2013 à 10:50:04 (S | E)
    Bonjour, Merci beaucoup d'avoir répondu. J'ai corrigé ce que vous m'aviez sourligné. Pouvez vous regarder s'il vous plait ? Merci pour votre aide .

    I am against human cloning, I think it could pose many ethical issues.
    Indeed, it challenges the notions of family, heredity, sexual reproduction, Exeterat ... therefore a clone would be simply the result of a scientific experiment. A clone could be used for immoral purposes, That is to say, it could be used to improve human.We could clone particularly intelligent persons or having great physical abilities.
    Although the idea of cloning may seem interesting, we must remain cautious because we do not yet know all the consequences that cloning could caused long term.
    Many consider that we cannot run the risk of a human clone born malformed. Indeed, it is unimaginable to have to euthanize a clone as we did for Dolly when she was only 6 years old.
    In the context of a therapeutic application of cloning called "reproductive", the child born to save her sick donor would be seen as a "reservoir of organs." This is called "designer babies" .In these cases, the child is not necessarily required as such, it can be used as "a last resort". The same problem would arise if clones were to be used for scientific research. They would then predestined to be guinea pigs born in order the sole purpose of serving science. These uses, despite their benefits can be seen as a manipulation of man, regression and even an affront to human dignity.
    Cloning in plants, is a simple technique that does not have a lot of advantages as breeding a large amount of individual or reintroduction of endangered plants. However, cloning is not without consequences, it can lead to reduced genetic biodiversity and therefore weaken plants and make them more susceptible to epidemics. Overused cloning may cause genetic erosion.
    There are risks for a health of consuming a plants cloned mainly In the case in genetic manipulations that clones can reproduce (GMOs). We are still not very up to date on risks we incur to consuming transgenic plants, it is however necessary to point out that they exist ...In plants, Many insect resistance genes act by disrupting the digestive system of the parasite can be can be feared that these genes also affect our digestive system. There is also the concern the development of allergies. While all of this is not yet proven, it remains of concern that we should always keep in mind .



    Réponse: Correction/cloning de simplicius, postée le 29-09-2013 à 14:45:48 (S | E)
    Bonjour,

    On dit plutôt 'raise an issue', ou 'pose a problem'. Voir
    Lien internet


    My two cents
    simplicious




    Réponse: Correction/cloning de jretaill, postée le 29-09-2013 à 14:55:02 (S | E)
    Merci d'avoir répondu. C'est à De quel endroit du texte que vous parlez-vous?
    Merci.

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    Modifié par lucile83 le 29-09-2013 16:01



    Réponse: Correction/cloning de simplicius, postée le 29-09-2013 à 14:56:45 (S | E)
    C'est dans la 1ere ligne du texte.



    Réponse: Correction/cloning de jretaill, postée le 29-09-2013 à 14:58:29 (S | E)
    Je parle de problèmes éthiques, ça me semble plutôt juste non ?



    Réponse: Correction/cloning de lucile83, postée le 29-09-2013 à 16:10:10 (S | E)
    Hello,

    You raise an issue, but you solve a problem.
    See here
    Lien internet

    Lien internet




    Réponse: Correction/cloning de jretaill, postée le 29-09-2013 à 18:45:34 (S | E)
    Merci pour votre aide , j'ai donc rectifié :"I am against human cloning, I think it could raise an issue."




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