By: Stephen Nottingham
211 pages, no illustrations
Explains the principles of ecology that provide a framework for assessing the environmental impacts of genetically modified organisms and describes the ecological risks associated with a wide variety of transgenic organisms.
The format is reader-friendly, the content informative, and the cautionary message of the underlying risks invites conscientious contemplation. --"Choice"
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