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Improving Nature? The Science and Ethics of Genetic Engineering

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By: Michael J Reiss and Roger Straughan
288 pages, B/w photos & illus
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  • Improving Nature? ISBN: 9780521637541 Paperback Mar 1998 Out of Print #80489
  • Improving Nature? ISBN: 9780521454414 Hardback Sep 1996 Out of Print #54461
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This book looks at how organisms are already being genetically engineered to provide us with new foods and medicines, and examines the implications of genetic engineering for us all, from a moral and ethical standpoint.

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Out of Print
By: Michael J Reiss and Roger Straughan
288 pages, B/w photos & illus
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