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Preservation of Genetic Information Stored in Plants and Animals (National Public Radio)

AUGUST 1, 2003

NPR anchor Ira Flatow interviews Oliver Ryder, an adjunct professor of biology, about how scientists are working to bank the genetic information stored in plants and animals to eventually introduce them back to the wild, and help prevent the future extinction of certain species.

Listen to Talk of the Nation audio: Preserving Endangered Species