Series: Environmental Risk Assessment of Genetically Modified Organisms Volume: 3
Edited By: AR Kapuscinski, KR Hayes, S Li and G Dana
304 pages, Figs, tabs
The decline of many individual and wild fish stocks commanded an increase in aquaculture production to meet the protein demands of a growing population. Transgenic methods received attention as a potential factor in meeting these demands. This book presents methodologies for assessing ecological risks associated with transgenic fish.
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