Biotechnology: Unit 3 – Student Materials

Description

This unit covers current applications of biotechnology in agriculture, horticulture, clinical medicine and forensic medicine, such as crops with 'built-in' pest resistance, genetically engineered vaccines and the use of monoclonal antibodies. There is also advice for problem-solving outcomes.
  • Curriculum area / Subject

    • Microbiological Techniques (Higher Biotechnology)
  • Level / Stage

    • Higher
  • Date

    04/08/2005 18:15:48
  • Status

    Currently In Use
  • Type

    Learning and teaching resource
  • Advice to Users

    Users should check that documents conform with current SQA Arrangements.

  • Author

    Customer Services
  • Publisher

    Customer Services

  • Copyright

    Learning and Teaching Scotland
  • ISBN / Code

    P00MKB
  • Cost

    5

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