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Comparative Biochemistry: A Comprehensive Treatise, Volume VII: Supplementary Volume focuses on the processes, methodologies, and approaches involved in molecular biochemistry.
The selection first offers information on expressions of the pentose phosphate cycle, including description, criteria for the presence of the pentose phosphate cycle, chordates, segmented worms, mollusks, echinoderms, roundworms, flatworms, algae, and higher plants. The text then ponders on chitin and mucosubstances, as well as the distribution and biochemistry of chitin, molecular structure and function of chitin, and chitin in relation to mucosubstances.
The publication reviews the cellular aspects of active transport and hormones and behavior. Topics include relations between inorganic ions, sugar, amino acids, fatty acids, and bioelectric potentials; aspects of the regulation of the intracellular pool of free amino acids; hormones and permeability characteristics of living cellular membranes; and chemical nature of the structure responsible for the permeability characteristics of living membranes. The recording and measurement of behavior, role of hormones in the patterning of behavior, and hormones influencing behavior and the behavior most subject to hormonal influence and control are also discussed.
The selection is a dependable source of data for readers interested in the processes, methodologies, approaches involved in biochemistry.
Contributors to Volume VII
Contents to Volumes I, II, III, IV, V, and VI
1. Expressions of the Pentose Phosphate Cycle
I. General Considerations
II. Description of the Pentose Phosphate Cycle
III. Role of the Pentose Phosphate Cycle
IV. Brief History
V. Criteria for the Presence of the Pentose Phosphate Cycle
VIII. Segmented Worms
XIV. Bacteria and Fungi
XVI. Higher Plants
XVII. Closing Remarks
2. Chitin and Mucosubstances
II. Distribution of Chitin
III. Molecular Structure and Function of Chitin
IV. Biochemistry of Chitin
V. Chitin in Relation to Mucosubstances
3. Cellular Aspects of Active Transport
II. The Permeability Characteristics of a Living Membrane
III. Cellular Differentiation and Permeability Characteristic
IV. Relations between Inorganic Ions, Sugar, Amino Acids, Fatty Acids, and Bioelectric Potentials
V. Some Aspects of the Regulation of the Intracellular Pool of Free Amino Acids
VI. Hormones and Permeability Characteristics of Living Cellular Membranes
VII. Alkaline Earths and Permeability Characteristics of Living Membranes
VIII. Chemical Nature of the Structure Responsible for the Permeability Characteristics of Living Membranes
4 . The Hormones and Behavior
II. The Hormones Influencing Behavior and the Behavior Most Subject to Hormonal Influence and Control
III. The Recording and Measurement of Behavior
IX. Role of Hormones in the Patterning of Behavior
X. Concluding Remarks
5. The Comparative Biochemistry of Antibiosis and Antibiotics
I. General Considerations
II. Comparative Study of Individual Antibiotics
Topical Subject Index—Volumes I-VII
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- © Academic Press 1964
- 1st January 1964
- Academic Press
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