Genetic biology

United States, 1982

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Episode of Series “The Biological sciences”.
Examines two qualities that are essential to the existence of species: the genetic mechanisms that preserve continuity from one generation to the next and the mechanisms that ensure variation. Also explores the recent breakthroughs of molecular genetics in the area of recombinant DNA which have led to biological applications with strong social implications.

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director

Mel Waskin

producer

Bruce J. Russell

production company

Biomedia Associates

Coronet

Duration

00:16:00:00

Production places
United States
Production dates
1982

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The Biological sciences

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The Biological sciences

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