I have a little question on artificial speciation. What I am wondering is not the typical artificial dog breeding for desired traits, but rather creating new species through bio-engineering.
What will happen if insect's gene (before gamete formation) is mixed to the human genes during the fertilization. I know that it is really hard for different species to breed, but I am just curious (Not that I wanna do it).
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