Molecular biology of eucaryotic cells: a problems approach, Volume 1
Genetic organization and control in procaryotes: essential concepts; Structure and organization of eucaryotic chromosomes: essential concepts; Chromosome replication and segregation: essential concepts; Growth and genetics of somatic cells in culture: essential concepts; Eucaryotic gene expression: essential concepts; Hormone action: essential concepts; Molecular evolution: essential concepts; Appendix: construction of genealogical trees; References; Problems; Answers; Index.
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GENETIC ORGANIZATION AND CONTROL IN PROCARYOTES
STRUCTURE AND ORGANIZATION
CHROMOSOME REPLICATION AND SEGREGATION
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