11th Hour: Introduction to Molecular Biology

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John Wiley & Sons, May 11, 2009 - Science - 202 pages
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The 11th Hour Series is designed to be used when a textbook doesn''t make sense, when the course content is tough, or when you just want a better grade in the course. The authors cut through the fluff, get to what you need to know, and then help you understand it.

  • Clinical correlations or everyday applications include examples from the real world to help students understand key concepts more readily.
  • Dedicated web page, there 24 hours a day, will give extra help, tips, warnings of trouble spots, extra visuals and more.
  • A quick check on what background students will need to apply helps equip them to conquer a topic.
  • The most important information is highlighted and explained, showing the big picture and eliminating the guesswork.
  • After every topic and every chapter, lots of opportunity for drill is provided in every format, multiple choice, true/false, short answer, essay.
  • An easy trouble spot identifier demonstrates which areas need to be reinforced and where to find information on them.
  • Practice midterms and finals prep them for the real thing.
 

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Contents

11th Hour CHAPTER 1 DNA The Genetic Material
1
11th Hour CHAPTER 2 From DNA to RNA The Process of Transcription
28
11th Hour CHAPTER 3 Front Messenger RNA to Protein The Process of Translation
46
11th Hour CHAPTER 4 Mutations
65
11th Hour Midterm Exam
89
11th Hour CHAPTER 5 Regulation of Gene Expression in Bacteria
95
11th Hour CHAPTER 6 Regulation of Gene Expression in Eukaryotes
116
11th Hour CHAPTER 7 Recombinant DNA
138
11th Hour Final Exam
176
11th Hour INDEX
188
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