Principles of cell and molecular biology (2° ed )
Auteurs : KLEINSMITH Lewis, KISH ValerieLangue : Anglais
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Résumé de Principles of cell and molecular biology (2° ed ) :
New to this Edition
This edition has been revised to update all scientific content and references.
New pedagogy includes a full color art program, a glossary of key terms, chapter-opening "Sentence Headings" that provide an overview of the concepts to be discussed, and chapter-ending "Summary of Principal Points" sections that provide an outline of the important material covered in the chapter.
Sommaire de Principles of cell and molecular biology (2° ed ) :
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 Sunlight
9. Chloroplasts and the Capturing of Energy 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
14. Evolution of Cells and Genetics of Cell Organelles
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
Commentaire de Principles of cell and molecular biology (2° ed ) :
- A balanced treatment of both classical cell biology and modern molecular biology issues.
- With historical and experimental approaches to explain the evolution of models and ideas, it provides actual data for each concept.
- Fundamental principles that guide cellular organization and function enable students to develop an understanding of concept development. The text supports these principles by providing the crucial scientific evidence that led to the formulation of these central concepts.