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Publication Date: 2007
Publisher: Taylor and Francis
Hunt, Tim, Wilson, John
The new edition of Molecular Biology of the Cell: A Problems Approach has been completely reorganized and revised to match the fourth edition of Molecular Biology of the Cell . Detailed answers are provided in the book for half the problems to help students learn how to analyze experimental observations and draw conclusions from them. Problems without the solution are useful for homework assignments and as exam questions.Answers to these problems are provided to instructors upon request. Key Features: · contains more than 1,000 questions, from simple to challenging · introduces the experimental foundation of cell and molecular biology · presents dozens of classic experiments · over 600 illustrations - diagrams, graphs and photos - illuminate the text · expanded to include problems from the early chapters of Molecular Biology of the Cell, Fourth Edition · extensively referenced · author Tim Hunt shared the 2001 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his cell cycle researchHunt, Tim is the author of 'Molecular Biologyy of the Cell, Fifth Edition; A Problems Approach ', published 2007 under ISBN 9780815341109 and ISBN 0815341105.
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