Synopsis of Biotechnology with Question Bank & Mnemonics
Biotechnology is a multidisciplinary subject which is now solving important scientific and societal problems for the benefit of mankind and environment. This discipline has gained lot of momentum once the genome has been sequenced. Molecular biology, bioinformatics, microbiology, proteomics, genomics, cell biology, drug designing, cloning, stem cell research are some major fields of biotechnology which gained more importance in now a days. This book will be highly useful for students, teachers and researchers in all disciplines of life sciences, medicine, agricultural sciences and biotechnology in colleges, universities and research institutions. Multiple choice questions will help the students for preparation of CSIR-UGC-NET and other competitive entrance examinations.
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Multiple Choice Questions
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