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Knowledge of the molecules which make up cells not only provides the basis upon which an understanding of cell function may be developed, but also provides the knowledge needed to manipulate and purify chemicals. The text therefore holds an important and key position in both applied biology and biotechnology.
Individuals seeking orientation in biological sciences, particularly those with chemical/physical or engineering backgrounds
CONTENTS INCLUDE; Cells - the basic units of living systems; Amino acids; Proteins; Nucleic acids; Carbohydrates; Lipids; Biological membranes; Enzymes; Appendix.
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- © Butterworth-Heinemann 1991
- 9th December 1991
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University of Greenwich
Open Universiteit of the Netherlands
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