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Who cloned my cat? [electronic resource] : fun adventures in biotechnology / Reinhard Renneberg ; cartoons by Manfred Bofinger and Ming Fai Chow.

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Author/Creator:
Reinhard, Renneberg.
Language:
English.
Publication date:
2011
Imprint:
Singapore : Pan Stanford Pub., 2011.
Format:
  • Book
  • xiv, 178 p. : ill., ports.
Contents:
  • ch. 1. Will biotech banish wrinkles forever?
  • ch. 2. The breast milk of civilization
  • ch. 3. The little roaring mouse
  • ch. 4. Expensive and often useless
  • ch. 5. Computers on the compost heap
  • ch. 6. Hanging on to hangovers
  • ch. 7. How Fidel saved US biotech
  • ch. 8. Killing nemo
  • ch. 9. 007 and the soup stock
  • ch. 10. Glow, little fish, glow!
  • ch. 11. Aspartame : nothing but sweetness
  • ch. 12. "Irasshaimase, Baioteku"
  • ch. 13. Vitamin C and the fly
  • ch. 14. Magic bullets against cancer
  • ch. 15. Helping hands for your heart
  • ch. 16. Nights on the highway
  • ch. 17. Doping? No, caterpillar fungus!
  • ch. 18. Running out of phosphate
  • ch. 19. Snowmax for the Alps?
  • ch. 20. Praise for the papaya
  • ch. 21. Biochemical bird market
  • ch. 22. One pill for (almost) everything?
  • ch. 23. Sterilized to perfection
  • ch. 24. A tale about a cold
  • ch. 25. Biotech at the barber's?
  • ch. 26. Just as long as it catches mice!
  • ch. 27. Even bacteria grow old
  • ch. 28. Give us this day our daily ... mushroom
  • ch. 29. The moldy monopoly
  • ch. 30. Finding the fountain of youth
  • ch. 31. Hong Kong and the bird flu
  • ch. 32. The gene off switch
  • ch. 33. Going to the dogs?
  • ch. 34. Flipper gets artificially fertilized
  • ch. 35. Heavily toxic
  • ch. 36. Smart medicines
  • ch. 37. Digital intestinal bacteria
  • ch. 38. Tamiflu fever in Hong Kong
  • ch. 39. Save the wild birds!
  • ch. 40. Depression from antidepressants?
  • ch. 41. Mussel extract takes on Vioxx
  • ch. 42. Clone trees that glow in the dark
  • ch. 43. A brief history of ecstasy
  • ch. 44. Snuppy, made in Korea
  • ch. 45. Molecular laundresses
  • ch. 46. My own private genome?
  • ch. 47. Goethe and the caffeine
  • ch. 48. The cats and the bird flu
  • ch. 49. Malaria on the ropes
  • ch. 50. Blue jeans bacteria blues
  • ch. 51. Academic dog-catching
  • ch. 52. Fighting infection with beer
  • ch. 53. The secret of the sour barrels
  • ch. 54. The "Red" crystallographer
  • ch. 55. Pasteur, evildoer
  • ch. 56. The oil guzzlers are coming
  • ch. 57. Antibiotic stinky white fungus
  • ch. 58. Praising ginger
  • ch. 59. Litmus and hemp
  • ch. 60. Another spoonful of red wine?
  • ch. 61. DNA caps
  • ch. 62. Take the old one
  • ch. 63. Was Mozart's starling a composer?
  • ch. 64. Much smoke about the heart
  • ch. 65. From resignation to WHO
  • ch. 66. "West Gelman" eggs for sale!
  • ch. 67. DNA and my ancestors
  • ch. 68. The Chinese also come from Africa
  • ch. 69. Tanking up with corn
  • ch. 70. Competition is good for business
  • ch. 71. Amino acids, not made in Japan!
  • ch. 72. Busy bees : it's all in their genes!
  • ch. 73. Leeuwenhoek's wee beasties
  • ch. 74. Genetic engineering in your washer
  • ch. 75. Yams and cortisone
  • ch. 76. Xylophagy in my bookcase
  • ch. 77. DNA gunshots into the sea
  • ch. 78. Genetic fingerprints
  • ch. 79. Biofuel from wood?
  • ch. 80. Microbesoft?
Note:
Also available in print edition.
Format:
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Contributor:
Bofinger, Manfred.
Chow, Ming Fai.
Subjects:
ISBN:
9789814267663
981426766X

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