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I'm not too sure on what the ethics could be considering no GM is involved.
Just a simple experiment involving yeast.
What type of ethics should I be concerned about?

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the life cycle of bacteria is extremely short so it's not really a big deal imo.
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the life cycle of bacteria is extremely short so it's not really a big deal imo.
I know. That's why I couldn't think of any. However, I need to include something in this report of mine, just not sure what...
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I know. That's why I couldn't think of any. However, I need to include something in this report of mine, just not sure what...
What about potential health risks to humans? contamination? cost?

Could probably find a way to write some BS with those topics lol.
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What about potential health risks to humans? contamination? cost?

Could probably find a way to write some BS with those topics lol.
Believe me, I've tried lol... It's not easy as there's really nothing to write about a fungi.
The contamination bit is more a safety concern and I included it in my risk assessment. Quite stuck on this now :confused:
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