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Field Guides & Natural History  Organismal to Molecular Biology  Genetics

A Field Guide to Little Known Genetically Engineered Organisms Including Revisionary Interpretations About their Impact on World History

Field / Identification Guide
By: JC Avise
107 pages, Illus
NHBS
A humourous look at genetic engineering
A Field Guide to Little Known Genetically Engineered Organisms
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A behind the scenes journey into the little-known world of genetic engineering. Field marks, behaviors, and geographic ranges are provided for 35 of the world's most top-secret genetically engineered species. Also described are the historical sagas and personal dramas behind each creature's artificial manufacture. From migratory chickens to fire-retardant trees, square tomatos, and oil drinking bacteria, the creatures described in this field guide give new meaning to the old adage that 'fiction is stranger than truth'.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: JC Avise
107 pages, Illus
NHBS
A humourous look at genetic engineering
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