DNA and Genetic Engineering by Robert Snedden


DNA and Genetic Engineering by Robert Snedden

This new edition of a popular series offers an in-depth look at cells throughout the living world, their structure and processes and how they underpin life on earth. Each title focuses on a different aspect of the subject, from single and multicelled organisms to human genetics.The books are fully updated to reflect latest advances in this constantly changing subject. The books contain brief biographies of pioneer scientists and explanations of why they're important. Ethical issues associated with research into cells are examined.

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48 pages
Interest Age: 13-15 years


Robert Snedden
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Publication date

1st May 2008



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