Cell and molecular biology : concepts and experiments
- Gerald Karp.
- 7th ed.
- Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley, c2013.
- Physical description
- 1 v. (various pagings) : ill. (chiefly col) ; 28 cm.
Biology Library (Falconer)
|QH581.2 .K369 2013||Unknown|
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Introduction to the study of cell and molecular biology
- The chemical basis of life
- Bioenergetics, enzymes, and metabolism
- The structure and function of the plasma membrane
- Aerobic respiration and the mitochondrion
- Photosynthesis and the chloroplast
- Interactions between cells and their environment
- Cytoplasmic membrane systems: structure, function, and membrane trafficking
- The cytoskeleton and cell motility
- The nature of the gene and the genome
- Gene expression: from transcription to translation
- Control of gene expression
- DNA replication and repair
- Cellular reproduction
- Cell signaling and signal transduction: communication between cells
- The immune response
- Techniques in cell and molecular biology.
- Publisher's Summary
- This Seventh Edition connects experimental material to key concepts of Cell Biology. The text offers streamlined information that reinforces a connection of key concepts to experimentation. Though the use paired art, and new science illustrations, readers benefit from a visual representation of experimental connections. Animations and video clips are tied to key illustrations with practice questions to provide a variety of ways to experience a key concept. This new edition offers an appropriate balance of concepts and experimentation. Experimental detail is offered when it helps to reinforce the concept being explained.
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- Publication date
- "Chapter 12 was revised in collaboration with James G. Patton."
- 9781118206737 (hbk.)
- 1118206738 (hbk.)
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