Handbook of Molecular Cytology
North-Holland Publishing Company, 1969 - Cytology - 1508 pages
Evolution of DNA; Chromosome organization in viruses and bacteria; Bacterial fine structure; Chromosome organization in higher organisms; Biochemistry of the interphase nucleus, chromosomes and spindle; ultrastructure and biochemistry of the nucleolus; Control mechanisms of cellular differentiation; The nuclear envelope; Ultrastructure and biochemistry of mitochondria and chloroplast; Ultrastrusture and biochemistry of ribosomes, endoplasmic reticulum and Golgi apparatus; Cell surface and function; Cell membranes and walls.
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Ultrastructure of mitochondria
Ribosomal and SRNA genes
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