eBook High-Tech Harvest: A Look at Genetically Engineered Foods (Impact Books: Science) download
by Elizabeth L. Marshall
Author: Elizabeth L. Marshall
Publisher: Franklin Watts (March 1, 1999)
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Series: Impact Books: Science. Library Binding: 144 pages. This book is a fantastic book for kids.
Series: Impact Books: Science. Publisher: Franklin Watts (March 1, 1999). It Makes the complicated science of genetic engineering seem as clear as possible while giving examples of foods that would capture a teen's attention (such as potatoes that are scientifically engineered to absorb less oil when made into french fries. 4 people found this helpful.
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A Look at Genetically Engineered Foods. Farmers and scientists meet to create the menu of tomorrow in this fascinating exploration of genetically engineered food. Complete with a glossary and illustrations, this volume provides an overview of the process, and presents the arguments for and again. Other Books You Might Like.
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