An organism containing a gene from another species.
An experimentally produced organism in which DNA has been artificially introduced and incorporated into the organism's germ line, usually by injecting the foreign DNA into the nucleus of a fertilized embryo. See DNA.
Any organism with genes introduced from other species via biotechnology to convey new characteristics.
an organism that contain genes from other organisms
an organism that contains genes from other organisms
An organism created by genetic engineering, in which one or more foreign genes have been incorporated into its genome.
An organism resulting from the insertion of genetic material from another organism using recombinant DNA techniques.
This describes an organism which, through genetic modification, has a heritable foreign gene (known as a transgene). e.g. transgene pig.
One into which foreign DNA has been experimentally transferred.
A plant, animal, or bacteria that has been genetically modified to contain a gene from a different species.
An organism formed by the insertion of foreign genetic material into the germ line cells of organisms. Recombinant DNA techniques are commonly used to produce transgenic organisms.
A plant, seed or animal into which has been inserted genetic material from an unrelated plant, seed or animal, often across species boundaries.
One into which a cloned genetic material has been experimentally transferred, a subset of these foreign gene express themselves in their offspring.
an organism whose genome has been altered by the incorporation of foreign, or exogenous DNA.
One whose genome has been modified by externally applied new DNA.
An organism into which the genes of other species have been engineered.
A transgenic organism is one whose genome has been subject to artificial modification. A transgenic organism may result when foreign DNA is inserted into the nucleus of a fertilized embryo. Bacterial transformation is another example of a process that leads to a transgenic organism.