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This is one of the most widely read biochemistry textbooks in college campuses across the country. It contains a strong and current introduction to the concepts of cell biology, its processes and applications. It also includes modern genetic, genomic and protemic approaches to cell biology that are crucial for student understanding. The writing style and language is clear and concise and the descriptions, examples and illustrations and images are second to none. We offer many top quality cheap biochemistry textbooks online.
Jeff Hardin is the author of 'Becker's World of the Cell (8th Edition)', published 2011 under ISBN 9780321716026 and ISBN 0321716027.
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