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  1. Bottle Collecting by Edward Fletcher
  2. Bottle Collecting by Edward Fletcher
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  4. Gene Cloning: An Introduction by T.A. Brown

    Gene Cloning: An Introduction by T.A. Brown

    $13.90

    Although longer and containing greater detail, the third edition of this introductory text on gene cloning is still aimed at undergraduates and others who have little or no previous experience of cloning techniques. Learn More
  5. Plastics: Designs and Materials by Sylvia Katz
  6. Genetic Engineering, Food and Our Environment: A Brief Guide by Luke Anderson
  7. Hawley's Condensed Chemical Dictionary by G.G. Hawley

    Hawley's Condensed Chemical Dictionary by G.G. Hawley

    $16.97

    More than 1100 entries have been added to this edition, reflecting trends in chemical synthesis and the widespread use of new substances. The dictionary offers new data on flammable and explosive materials, poisons, pesticides, carcinogens, radioactive wastes and corrosive agents. Learn More
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  9. Genetically Engineered Organisms: Benefits and Risks by John Fincham (Professor of Genetics, Cambridge University)

    Genetically Engineered Organisms: Benefits and Risks by John Fincham (Professor of Genetics, Cambridge University)

    $17.22

    Describing the current state-of-the-art of genetic engineering, this work provides a survey of the important areas in which engineered organisms are, or could be, employed. It also examines the possible risks involved, and discusses the management of risk and the maintenance of public confidence. Learn More
  10. Hawley's Condensed Chemical Dictionary by G.G. Hawley

    Hawley's Condensed Chemical Dictionary by G.G. Hawley

    $18.36

    More than 1100 entries have been added to this edition, reflecting trends in chemical synthesis and the widespread use of new substances. The dictionary offers new data on flammable and explosive materials, poisons, pesticides, carcinogens, radioactive wastes and corrosive agents. Learn More

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