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The expansive authoring efforts of Bruce Alberts, Alexander Johnson, Julian Lewis, Martin Raff, Keith Roberts, and Peter Walter prove to be a success in their market leading textbook Molecular Biology of the Cell, ISBN 9780815341055. This latest edition boasts the most current coverage of the ever-changing concepts surrounding cell biology while keeping...
The expansive authoring efforts of Bruce Alberts, Alexander Johnson, Julian Lewis, Martin Raff, Keith Roberts, and Peter Walter prove to be a success in their market leading textbook Molecular Biology of the Cell, ISBN 9780815341055. This latest edition boasts the most current coverage of the ever-changing concepts surrounding cell biology while keeping its visually appealing graphic design program intact. Effective text features included in this text are that of clear concept headings, concise section summaries as well as newly added end-of-chapter questions. Each book also comes with a wonderfully interactive resource in the Media DVD-ROM. This innovative supplement includes PowerPoint presentations with all the figures, tables, and micrographs from the text, over 125 movies presenting concept-specific animations, videos, and molecular models accompanied by voice-over narrations. Bruce Alberts, Alexander Johnson, Julian Lewis, Martin Raff, Keith Roberts, and Peter Walter strategically organizes the concepts of Molecular Biology of the Cell across five sections and 25 chapters. Part 1 begins this text providing an 'Introduction to the Cell' with chapters devoted to genomes, cell chemistry and biosynthesis, and proteins followed by part 2 investigating topics surrounding 'Basic Genetic Mechanisms' such as DNA and chromosomes, DNA replication, repair, and recombination, as well as control of gene expression. Part III presents students with 'Methods' including manipulating proteins, DNA, and RNA, and visualizing cells while part IV delves into 'Internal Organization of the Cell' with chapters looking at membrane structure and transport, intracellular compartments, protein sorting, and vesicular traffic, cell communication, the cell cycle, and cell division. The final section of this book, part V concludes with a look at 'Cells in their Social Context.' These chapters take a look at cell junctions and adhesion, germ cells and fertilization, multicellular organisms, cancer, the immune system, as well as pathogens, infections, and innate immunity.
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