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1995. Robert Lebowitz. Written primarily for an undergraduate audience. Assumes that students have received introductory instruction in botany, microbiology, genetics, and cell biology. Topics include aseptic technique, plant cell and tissue culture, somatic plant cell genetics, plant DNA isolation, genetic transformation, production and isolation of plant secondary metabolites, and plant cell and enzyme immobilization. In most cases, experiments require only one or two laboratory sessions to complete. Most can be stopped in the middle and continued one or two days later, and a few require between-class attention for a simple task. 115 pages, coil bound.