The Ethics of Genetic Engineering in Non-human SpecieseBook - 1999
Aiming to offer a balanced and readable account of the issues and ethics of the GM revolution, the revised edition of this text examines current and forthcoming developments in GM food and crops, including functional foods and terminator technology, and has new chapters on ecological and health risks, and the driving forces and role of GM in globalization. It covers dramatic developments in animal genetics and human medicine and asks whether we should engineer living things and how we should control the consequences.
Publisher: London : Earthscan, 1999
Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 337 pages) : illustrations