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Introduction to Biotechnology
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1. The Phenomena of Biotechnology. 2. The Historical Development of Biotechnology. 3. The Principles of Scientific Research. 4. Cells: The Foundation of Life. 5. The Principles of Gene Transfer. 6. Producing Genetically Modified Organisms. 7. Animal Cloning. 8. Plant Cloning. 9. Biotechnology in Plant Science. 10. Biotechnology in Animal Reproduction. 11. Biotechnology in Medicine. 12. Biotechnology in the Food Industry. 13. Biotechnology in Ecology. 14. Consumer Concerns about Biotechnology. 15. Ethical Issues and Biotechnology. 16. Careers in Biotechnology.

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Ray V. Herren has been actively involved in agriculture for most of his life. He grew up on a diversified farm, where he played a major role in the production of livestock. He obtained a bachelor of science degree in agricultural education from Auburn University, a master's degree in agribusiness education from Alabama A & M, and a doctorate in vocational education (with an emphasis in agricultural education) from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Dr. Herren has taught at Virginia Tech, Oregon State University, and the University of Georgia in Athens, where he recently retired as head of the Department of Agriculture Leadership, Education, and Communication. In addition to being a national leader in the Future Farmers of America (FFA) Alumni organization, he has served on numerous committees from the local to international level, including a national task force to develop FFA programs for middle school and the National Committee for Career Development Events. His prolific scholarly activity includes 26 journal articles, 51 invited or refereed presentations, and 12 books and manuals. He has also earned several awards for his commitment to service, as well as UGA's prestigious College of Education Outstanding Teaching Award.

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1. The Phenomena of Biotechnology. 2. The Historical Development of Biotechnology. 3. The Principles of Scientific Research. 4. Cells: The Foundation of Life. 5. The Principles of Gene Transfer. 6. Producing Genetically Modified Organisms. 7. Animal Cloning. 8. Plant Cloning. 9. Biotechnology in Plant Science. 10. Biotechnology in Animal Reproduction. 11. Biotechnology in Medicine. 12. Biotechnology in the Food Industry. 13. Biotechnology in Ecology. 14. Consumer Concerns about Biotechnology. 15. Ethical Issues and Biotechnology. 16. Careers in Biotechnology.

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