This book is a practical guide to assessing the risks involved in introducing genetically-engineered microorganisms and plants into the environment. Five methodologies are presented for integrating the diverse data essential for accurate risk assessment. The social and economic impacts of biotechnology and related ethical issues are presented as essential components of risk-benefit assessment.
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