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1999. J.S. Kidd and Renee A. Kidd. Life Lines explores the current concerns and controversies surrounding genetic research, as well as the history of this still-developing field. A history, sociology, and science book in one volume, this book instructs readers about the scientific make-up of genes and how advancements such as gene therapy and mutations are done. From Gregor Mendel’s early experiments to recent debates about cloning and genetic engineering, this book is an invaluable resource for any young adult interested in genetics. 160 pages, hard cover, b&w photographs and illustrations. Grades 7-12.