Molecular Biology of the Gene
The mendelian view of the world; Cells obey the laws of chemistry; A chemist's look at the bacterial cell; The importance of weak chemical interactions; Coupled reactions and group transfers; The concept of template surfaces; The arrangement of genes on chromosomes; Gene sttructure and function.
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One THE MENDELIAN VIEW
Two CELLS OBEY THE LAWS
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