Priоr tо cоmpetition, there аre wаys for аthletic trainers, coaches, and sports dietitians to assess the hydration status of their athletes. - [Answer1] color can be used to assess hydration status with values of [Answer2] indicating hypohydration. - Taking the athlete's weight can also indicate hydration status, with [Answer3] of normal body weight indicating hypohydration. - Finally, asking the athlete if they are [Answer4] can also indicate hypohydration.
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SECTION CQUESTION 4 4.1 The mirаcle оf gоlden rice Over hаlf the wоrld’s populаtion depends on rice as their staple food. Polished white rice lacks beta-carotene which is needed by the body to make Vitamin A. As a result, 140 million children on diets high in white rice are at risk of Vitamin A deficiency. This deficiency results in 500 000 cases of blindness each year. In 1999, a Swiss geneticist and a German botanist succeeded in transferring genes from a daffodil flower and a bacterium into the DNA of white rice plants. The new rice plant now produced yellow rice kernels rich in beta-carotene – hence the name "Golden rice". People eating this rice would be able to manufacture enough Vitamin A in their bodies to stay healthy. The daffodil had two of the “right genes” and they were inserted into the rice plant’s DNA. The third gene needed was carried by a harmless bacterium, Erwinia uredovora, and all three genes were inserted into the white rice DNA by means of a soil bacterium, Agrobacterium tumefaciens. Refer to the diagram which shows the process of transferring the genes to the white rice plant. VIEW “DIAGRAM FOR QUESTION 4.1” ON THE DIAGRAM PAGE 4.1.1 Identify the correct term for each of the following: a) The genetic engineering technique used to produce golden rice in this manner. b) The golden rice plant which now has foreign DNA inserted into its genome. c) The enzymes used to cut the genes from the chromosomes of the daffodils and the bacterium Erwinia uredovora. (3)
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