Biotechnology: a new industrial revolution

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G. Braziller, 1984 - Science - 192 pages
Discusses genetic engineering, fermentation, disease diagnosis and prevention, organic energy sources, the development of more productive crops, and the use of microorganisms in producing chemicals

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Contents

Acknowledgments
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The Chemistry of life and the key to biotechnology
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Genetic engineering reweaving the threads of life
36
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