The genome, an extremely small part of a living thing, is the key to genetic engineering. A genome holds a full set of instructions for growing a specific plant or animal and keeping it alive. By changing these instructions, scientists can change the way living things grow and behave. This taskto alter living things by altering their genomesis the basis of genetic engineering. Despite the numerous benefits of this process, genetic engineering remains controversial. Some fear there may be unknown consequences to rearranging ...

Genetic Engineering 2006, Lerner Classroom

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Genetic Engineering 2005, Lerner Publishing Group, Minneapolis, MN

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