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Edition: 2 Sub
Publisher: Harpercollins College Div
Lewis J. Kleinsmith, Valerie M. Kish
I. Background Concepts. 1. Prologue: Cells and Their Molecules. 2. Energy and Enzymes. 3. The Flow of Genetic Information. 4. Experimental Approaches for Studying Cells. II. Cell Organization. 5. Membranes and Membrane Transport. 6. The Cell Surface and Cellular Communication. 7. Cytoplasmic Membranes and Intracellular Traffic. 8. Mitochondria and the Capturing of Energy Derived from Food. 9. Chloroplasts and the Capturing of Energ, Derived from Sunlight. 10. The Nucleus and Transcription of Genetic Information. 11. The Ribosome and Translation of Genetic Information. 12. Cell Cycles and Cell Division. 13. The Cytoskeleton and Cell Motility. III. Formation of Specialized Cells. 15. Gametes, Fertilization, and Early Development. 16. Lymphocytes and the Immune Response. 17. Neurons and Synaptic Signaling. 18. Cancer Cells and Growth Control. Glossary. Credits. Index.Lewis J. Kleinsmith is the author of 'Principles of Cell and Molecular Biology (2nd Edition)' with ISBN 9780065004045 and ISBN 0065004043.
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