Cloning: A Reference Handbook

Cloning: A Reference Handbook

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This book provides a detailed introduction to the cloning of both plants and animals and discusses the important social, ethical, political, technical, and other issues related to the practice. a€c Offers an informed perspective on cloning and its potential applications in everyday life and elsewhere a€c Includes profiles of key individuals and organizations related to the field of cloning, a Perspectives chapter, a chronology of important events in the history of cloning, and a glossary of key terms that strengthen the reader's undersatanding of the topic a€c Supplies the necessary historical background and context for readers to understand why cloning of both plants and animals is of great importancea€”and why cloning technology is even more critical when it involves human beingsThe Merck Veterinary Manual. management_and_nutrition/cloning_of_domestic_animals/over- view_of_cloning_of_domestic_animals.html. Accessed on January 19, 2015. This highly respected referenceanbsp;...

Title:Cloning: A Reference Handbook
Author:David E. Newton Ph.D.
Publisher:ABC-CLIO - 2015-08-11


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