By: Nigel G Halford
112 pages, b/w illus
Describes the history and development of the science and techniques that underpin plant biotechnology, GM crops that are grown commercially around the world and the new varieties that are being developed. The book also deals with the concerns of consumers, the GM crop debate and the prospects for the technology.
A slim volume discussing a large and increasingly important topic, Nigel Halford's book is both concise and comprehensive ... This book will be tremendously valuable for students and for the interested layperson -- highly recommended! Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture
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