Introduction to Molecular Biology
Introduction to Molecular Biology focuses on molecular biology concepts and less on expanded data and themes. It presents a solid framework of concepts to better prepare students for more detailed courses in molecular biology and genetics. Written for science majors, this introductory, one-semester molecular biology text is designed for a sophomore-level course and assumes general biology and chemistry courses as a prerequisite.
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THE NATURE OF
Some Biological Questions
The Replication of Prokaryotic DoubleStranded
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