Gurian-Sherman, D. (2009). Failure to yield: Evaluating the performance of genetically engineered crops.
Lobell, D. & Asner, G. (2003). Climate and management contributions to recent trends in U.S. agricultural yields. Science. Vol. 299 (14 Feb 2003). Retrieved February 18, 2012 from http://scholar.googleusercontent.com/scholar?q=cache:waOodCXE7SMJ:scholar.google.com/&hl=en&as_sdt=0,10
Lobell, D., Cassman, K. & Field, C. (2009). Crop yield gaps: Their importance, magnitudes and causes. Annual Review of Environment and Resources. Vol. 34 (2009) 179-204.
Owen, M. & Zelaya, I. (2005). Herbicide-resistant crops and weed resistance to herbicides. Pest Management Science. Vol. 61 (3) 301-311.
Rosenburg, M. (2012). Current world population. About.com. Retrieved February 18, 2012 from http://geography.about.com/od/obtainpopulationdata/a/worldpopulation.htm
Wang, W., Vinocur, B. & Altman, A. (2003). Plant responses to drought, salinity and extreme temperatures: Towards genetic engineering for stress tolerance. Planta. Vol.218 (2003) 1-14.
Epstein, Ron. Ethical Dangers of Genetic Engineering. Synthesis/Regeneration 20. Fall, 1999. Retrieved at http://www.greens.org/s-r/20/20-01.html. Accessed on 25 May, 2005
Fong, Mira. Genetic Trespassing and Environmental Ethics. Retrieved at http://online.sfsu.edu/%7Erone/GEessays/GENETIC%20TRESPASSING.htm. Accessed on 25 May, 2005
Nowak, Rachel. Killer Virus: An engineered mouse virus leaves us one step away from the ultimate bioweapon. New Scientist Online News. 10 January, 2001. Retrieved at http://online.sfsu.edu/%7Erone/GEessays/engineeredmousevirus.htm. Accessed on 25 May, 2005
Opponent View of Genetic Engineering. Retrieved at http://library.thinkquest.org/04apr/00774/en/txt/controversy_con.html. Accessed on 25 May, 2005
Patented Genes: An Ethical Appraisal. Issues in Science and Technology Online: Perspectives. Spring, 1998. Retrieved at http://online.sfsu.edu/%7Erone/GEessays/PatentedGeneEthics.htm. Accessed on 25 May, 2005
The Cons in a General Sense. Retrieved at http://www.udel.edu/physics/scen103/CGZ/consgeneral.html. Accessed on 25 May, 2005
Tokar, Brian. Biohazards: The Next Generation? Synthesis/Regeneration. 25. Summer 2001. Retrieved at http://www.greens.org/s-r/25/25-18.html. Accessed on 25 May, 2005
Young, Emma. GM pigs are both meat and Veg. New Scientist. 25 January 2002. Retrieved at http://online.sfsu.edu/%7Erone/GEessays/GMpigsveggenes.html. Accessed on 25 May, 2005
Bhanoo, Sindya N. "Altering a Mouse Gene Turns Up Aggression, Study Says." The New York Times [New York] 27 Jan. 2011, Science sec. Print.
Bittman, Mark. "Why Aren't G.M.O. Foods Labeled?" The New York Times [New York] 15 Feb. 2011, Opinionator sec. Print.
Pollack, Andrew. "U.S. Approves Corn Modified for Ethanol." The New York Times [New York] 11 Feb. 2011, Business Day sec. Print.
Pollack, Andrew. "U.S. Says Farmers May Grow Engineered Sugar Beets." The New York Times [New York] 4 Feb. 2011, Business Day sec. Print.
Boylan, Michael, and Kevin, Brown E. Genetic engineering: science and ethics on the new frontier. Michigan: UOM Press, 2009.
Fridell, Ron. Genetic Engineering. New York: Publisher Lerner, 2006.
Glenn, L.M."Ethical Issues in Genetic Engineering and Transgenics"
ActionBioscience.org. 8 June 2004. 23 Apr. 2010.
More, Max. "The Overhuman in the Transhuman,"Journal of Evolution and Technology.
Pimentel, D., Hunter, J., LaGro, R. Efroymson, a. And Landers, F. "Benefits and Risks
of Genetic Engineering in Agriculture." BioScience, 39.9 (1989): 606-614.
Ramachandran, T. & Karthik, T. "Application of Genetic Engineering and Enzymes
in Textiles" Journal.TX. 84.7 (2004): 32- 36.