Designed for use in introductory biotechnology courses or as a supplement in molecular biology, cell biology, genetics, or microbiology courses, Barnum’s text . Author: Barnum, Susan R; Subjects: Biotechnology. Contents. 1. Modern Biotechnology; 2. The DNA Revolution: Promise and Controversy; 3. Gene Expression. Biotechnology: an introduction /​ Susan R. Barnum. Author. Barnum, Susan R. Published. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Pub. Co., c Physical Description.

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An Introduction ] [Author: Please try again later. University of Sydney Library. Suxan just doesn’t give a lot of detail especially on biotech. Barnum not only supplies the big picture of the biotechnology field, but provides in-depth details to illustrate the technology. Brooks Cole; 1 edition December 29, Language: These 5 locations in New South Wales: My library Biotechnplogy Advanced Book Search.

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I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Books by Susan R. Otherwise, it’s easy to read and has been somewhat helpful. Mohamed rated it it was amazing Aug 09, Open to the public. Besides the addition of color, this new edition places more information in boxes to focus on the process of science, the bby of researchers in the field, and real-world examples of biotechnology.


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Account Options Sign in. In contrast, Barnums text extensively covers the topics, with lots of examples and case studies, and discusses the implications in areas such as gene therapy, medicine, agriculture, marine biology, and forensics. Biotechnology instructors require currency, sound pedagogy and a brief objective introduction to a broad range of topics and technologies. Amazon Restaurants Food biotechnologj from local restaurants.

To ask other readers questions about Biotechnologyplease sign up. In addition, Susan Barnum extends her already excellent objective coverage of the ethical and social implications of biotechnology by focusing on the most relevant topics in a sidebar in each chapter. It then proceeds to describe the processes and methods used to manipulate living organisms or the substances and products from these organisms biotecnology medical, agricultural, and industrial purposes.


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Book ratings by Goodreads. Account Options Sign in. Share your thoughts with other customers. View online Borrow Buy Freely available Show 0 more links Susan R Barnum] published on April, Using case studies and examples, the author rounds out discussions by detailing the technology and how it is applied, including discussions on the implications of biotechnology in such areas as gene therapy, bbiotechnology, agriculture, marine biology, and forensics.

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