At least 750 million children in the world have diets that are deficient in vitamin A, but in countries with high GDP, this deficiency is not of public health significance. Donna Bozzone and Douglas Green explore the implications of genetic engineering in an excerpt from upcoming textbook Biology for the Informed Citizen, aimed to help students connect the concepts of biology with the consequences of biology.

At least 750 million children in the world have diets that are deficient in vitamin A, but in countries with high GDP, this deficiency is not of public health significance. Donna Bozzone and Douglas Green explore the implications of genetic engineering in an excerpt from upcoming textbook Biology for the Informed Citizen, aimed to help students connect the concepts of biology with the consequences of biology.