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A pack of lesson plans that can be downloaded, together with video clips from the BBC children's science show that are linked to each lesson. The pack has worksheets and suggested activities for KS3 and 4.

Linnean Society practical activities on discovering DNA - well set out resources, also has links to biotechnology.

A bried description of sexual and asexual reproduction.

An overview of GM including the process, key examples and the differences between this and cloning. Linked pages include cloning in animals and plants.

There is no discussion of ethical issues here.

Linked pages which describe asexual reproduction, the process of cloning, stem cells and the ethics of these techniques.

A description of cloniing which includes embryo transplants, and adult cell cloning. Linked pages include cloning in plants and GM.

A description of artifical cloning in plants only. Asexual reproduction (of plants) is covered in a linked page.

A description of the process of gene therapy. Problems with this treatment are discussed. Linked pages include genetic testing and the ethics of this.

A description of the advantages and disadvantages (including ethical concerns) of using biofuels and detail regarding common examples.

From the National Human Genome Research Institute. Simply a set of questions and detailed answers.

From a website called Gene Therapy. This page presents a well balanced arguement.

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