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Publication Date: 1996
Stansfield, William, Colome, Jaime S., Cano, Raul J.
Finally, a book that covers everything you need to know to master any molecular biology course--without overwhelming you with unnecessary information Most textbooks on molecular and cell biology are massive tomes that bombard you with a lot of confusing, extraneous information. This effective study aid succeeds where those books fail, covering only what you need to know and providing essential information and techniques that will improve your comprehension and help you perform better in the classroom. Use it in conjunction with your textbook--or to study on your own--and watch your grades climb! Each chapter contains logically organized, easy-to-digest blocks of information that teach you important principles and prepare you for advanced studies. The question-and-answer format helps you learn the material quickly. Review questions at the end of each chapter let you test your retention. Chapters build upon one another, moving from basic to more advanced subjects and concluding with an in-depth examination of the origin and evolution of life. Other chapters cover: Cells: their Structure, Metabolism, and Reproduction; Biomacromolecules; Chromosomes: their Structure, Replication, and Recombination; Mutations; Genetics of Bacteria and their Viruses; Genetic Engineering/Recombinant DNA Technology; Eykaryotic Cells and their Viruses; Cellular Communication; Development in Multicellular Organisms; and more.Stansfield, William is the author of 'Schaum's Outline of Theory and Problems of Molecular and Cell Biology ', published 1996 under ISBN 9780070608986 and ISBN 0070608989.
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