Cell and molecular biology: concepts and experiments
Known for its innovative approach, this book presents balanced coverage of the concepts of cell and molecular biology while using examples of experimentation to support those concepts. It provides readers with a holistic and historic perspective of the field by incorporating special experimental pathways sections that trace a particular body of knowledge from its early discoveries through the most current finding. The results of cell research are also discussed along with how it affects the lives of humans and the impact on current and future medical practice.
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Introduction to the Study of Cell and Molecular Biology
The Chemical Basis of Life
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