From natural selection to smart selection
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The sources are limited in nature; organisms with heritable traits that favor survival and reproduction will tend to leave more offspring than their peers, causing the traits to increase in frequency over generations. Thus there is natural selection. In decades, we try to figure out how to find new sources or can we adept some different capabilities together just in one organism. Although there is a genetic selection under different situations, the evolution and selection will change likely due to falling mortality rates in recent life. Synthetic biology and biotechnology have been in our lives for decades regarding day work, basic needs, and scientific development. This technology contributes to nearly every single industry from agricultural to energy, medical to forensic. In this review, we aim to explain how far we are to the bionic and cyborg technology, which evaluate from E.coli to plants, mammoths, sharks and finally to human beings. We suggest that, we can use some bionic attachments to maintain our lives even to see or hear. And we have the capability to combine the clues of the environment like biofuels by using the new technology for making the smart selection.
SourceInternational Journal of Basic and Clinical Studies
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