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Research topic: What is genetic engineering and its effects? Annotated Bibliography Warren, Doris.

New frontiers in membrane technology and chromatographic separations: biotechnology and genetic engineering applications. Analytical Chemistry, Volume 56. December 1984. This text shows the history of bioengineering, which is also called genetic engineering. This allows me to see the origin of modern genetic engineering and the potential growth for the industry. Snow, Allison. Genetic engineering: Unnatural selection. Nature, August 7, 2003, Vol.424(6949), p.619(1) [Peer Reviewed Journal] In the article, the ethics of genetic engineering are explored, because of genetic engineering allowing plants and animals to avoid natural selection by being modified genetically to better fit their environment. Bayertz, Kurtz. GenEthics : Technological Intervention in Human Reproduction as a Philosophical Problem. Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University

Press, 1994. Web October 26th,2013.

Kurt Bayertz discusses the increasing ability to genetically modify organisms with technology. He talks about the cause and effect on humans.

Gordon, Jon W. Genetic Enhancement in Humans. Science, March 26, 1999, Vol.283(5410), p.2023(1) [Peer Reviewed Journal]. Web October 28th, 2013 Jon Gordon explores the effects of genetic engineering on humans. Discusses the potential policies and significance genetically modified humans would have on society. Margulis, Charles. The Hazards of Genetically Engineered Foods. Environmental Health Perspectives, March, 2006, Vol.114(3), p.A146(2) [Peer Reviewed Journal]. Web October 28th 2013. Presents the dark side of genetically engineered foods. Marqulis shows that despite benefits to genetically modifying food, numerous health concerns arise from the hazards of modified food.