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|Material Type:||Juvenile audience|
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|ISBN:||9780737764246 0737764244 9780737764253 0737764252|
|Description:||227 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Ch. 1 Should genetic engineering be permitted? : Genetic engineering is natural and should be pursued / Jeffrey Scott Coker --
The Three Mile Island of biotech? / John Nichols --
Human genetic engineering should be allowed / Ronald M. Green --
We must stop trying to engineer nature / Mark Lynas --
Stem cell research should be allowed, but not reproductive cloning / Barack Obama --
Ignored Implications / Ken Blackwell ; Ch. 2 What are the benefits and risks of genetic engineering? : Genetically modified foods could pose numerous health risks / Institute for Responsible Technology --
Genetically modified foods have numerous benefits and no known risks / Henry I. Miller --
Genetically modified crops can increase productivity to end world hunger / Erik Vance --
Genetically modified crops will not increase productivity to end world hunger / Union of Concerned Scientists --
Preventing the next fertility clinic scandal / Jesse Reynolds --
Society could benefit from allowing unregulated embryo trait selection / Greg Beato ; Ch. 3 What is the environmental impact of genetic engineering? : Human genetic engineering is a good solution to climate change / S. Matthew Liao, interviewed by Ross Andersen --
Human genetic engineering is a dangerous proposal to combat climate change / Mark Tapson --
Genetically engineered fish can provide food and conserve the planet / Yonathan Zohar --
Genetically engineered pigs could provide environmental benefits / Anne Minard --
Genetically engineered pigs are not a good solution to environmental problems / Lucy Sharratt ; Ch. 4 How should genetic engineering technology be regulated? : New genetic engineering technology needs to be regulated / Richard Hayes --
New genetic engineering technology does not need to be regulated / Ronald Bailey --
Knowing me, knowing you / Jeanne Lenzer, Shannon Brownlee --
Consumer genetic testing does not need additional regulation / Christopher Mims --
The US, the UN and genetic engineering / Chuck Norris --
Labeling of genetically modified foods is unnecessary and unconstitutional / Henry I. Miller, Gregory Conko.
|Series Title:||Opposing viewpoints series (Unnumbered)|
|Other Titles:||Genetic engineering (Merino)|
|Responsibility:||Noël Merino, book editor.|
- Genetic engineering -- Juvenile literature.
- Human reproductive technology -- Juvenile literature.
- Food -- Biotechnology -- Juvenile literature.
- Food -- Biotechnology.
- Genetic engineering.
- Human reproductive technology.