Molecular biology of the cell: the problems book

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Garland, 1989 - Fiction - 362 pages

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First chapter is a readable introduction to cellular biology for non-specialists. I remember seeing that first chapter available somewhere online. Read full review

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This text is THE goto reference for basic molecular and cell biology. It is frequently updated and the figures and diagrams are beautiful and assist greatly in understanding. The book is a mid level ... Read full review

About the author (1989)

Wilson is a columnist for Cadence magazine, who operates a design and drafting service based on AutoCAD in St. Louis Park. His work has ranged from control diagrams for electrical motors to design and manufacture of instrumentation and test equipment for extreme environments at a nuclear power plant experimental facility.

Tim Hunt is Associate Professor of English at Washington State University, Vancouver, and the editor of "The Collected Poetry of Robinson Jeffers". Ann Charters is Professor of American Literature at the University of Connecticut, Storrs, and the editor of "Selected Letters of Jack Kerouac, 1940-1956" and "The Kerouac Reader".

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