Molecular & Cell Biology for Dummies

Molecular & Cell Biology for Dummies

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A complete reference to the field and an indispensable course supplement

Molecular & Cell Biology For Dummies makes this complex topic accessible to everyone, decoding jargon, demystifying theories, and helping students get the most from their coursework. This plain-English guide examines the evolution of the cell and how specialized cells have led to the rise of everything from amoebas to humans. It also examines the current research trends in this exciting field. Invaluable as a molecular or cellular biology course supplement, it helps students review core concepts, prepare for exams, and improve their grades.

Rene Fester Kratz, PhD (Everett, WA), is a Biology Instructor at Everett Community College and holds a doctorate in botany from the University of Washington. As a member of the North Cascades and Olympic Science Partnership, she is working to develop science curricula that are in alignment with research on human learning.

Publisher: Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley, c2009
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ISBN: 9780470430668
Branch Call Number: 571 .6 KRA
Characteristics: xvi, 368 p. :,ill. ;,24 cm

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