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By: David R Murray
156 pages, Col photos
Discusses the debate about the application and implications of gene technology from the perspective of a plant biologist. Murray addresses the following questions: How are genetically modified plants produced? Which breeding goals are worthwhile? Can the escape of transferred genes be controlled? Who is monitoring the unexpected efforts of gene transfer? Will GM plants ever be acceptable to organic growers?
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