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Molecular Genetics of Bacteria, 4th edition

By Jeremy W. Dale, Simon F. Park, By Jeremy W. Dale, Simon F. Park,

Publisher: Wiley Publisher: Wiley
Number Of Pages: 358 Number Of Pages: 358
Publication Date: 2004-03-12 Publication Date: 2004-03-12
Sales Rank: 863776 Sales Rank: 863776
ISBN / ASIN: 047085085X ISBN / ASIN: 047085085X
EAN: 9780470850855 EAN: 9780470850855
Binding: Paperback Binding: Paperback
Manufacturer: Wiley Manufacturer: Wiley
Studio: Wiley Studio: Wiley
Average Rating: 4 Average Rating: 4

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The Fourth Edition of this highly successful book provides an essential introduction to the molecular genetics of bacteria. Thoroughly revised and updated, Molecular Genetics of Bacteria now includes a much greater coverage of genomics, microarrays and proteomics. An enhanced treatment of the ways in which both classical and modern genetics have contributed to our understanding of how bacteria work is included. The focus of the book remains firmly on bacteria and will be invaluable to those students studying www.0511668.com microbiology, biotechnology, molecular biology, biochemistry, genetics and related biomedical sciences.Expanded treatment of the development of bacterial structures, cellular communication, quorum sensing and two-component regulation. The Fourth Edition of this highly successful book provides an essential introduction to the molecular genetics of bacteria. Thoroughly revised and updated, Molecular Genetics of Bacteria now includes a much greater coverage of genomics, microarrays and proteomics. An enhanced treatment of the ways in which both classical and modern genetics have contributed to our understanding of how bacteria work is included. The focus of the book remains firmly on bacteria and will be invaluable to those students studying www.0511668.com microbiology, biotechnology, molecular biology, biochemistry, genetics and related biomedical sciences.Expanded treatment of the development of bacterial structures, cellular communication, quorum sensing and two-component regulation.
Provides a distillation of key concepts of bacterial genetics to enhance student understanding.Includes examples of the applications of genetics focusing on bacterial pathogenicity. Provides a distillation of key concepts of bacterial genetics to enhance student understanding.Includes examples of the applications of genetics focusing on bacterial pathogenicity.

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Elsevier's Dictionary of Medicine and Biology


Elsevier's Dictionary of Medicine and Biology (US$225)
Stationary Office | Pages:2590 | 2005-10-03 | ISBN:0444514406 | 12 MB

Dictionaries are didactic books used as consultation instruments for self-teaching. They are composed by an ordered set of linguistic units which reflects a double structure, the macrostructure which correspond to the word list and the microstructure that refers to the contents of each lemma. The great value of dictionaries nests in the fact that they establish a standard nomenclature and prevent in that way the appearance of new useless synonyms.
This dictionary contains a total of about 27.500 main English entries, and over of 130.000 translations that should normally sufficiently cover all fields of life sciences. The basic criteria used to accept a word a part of the dictionary during the development period in order of importance were usage, up-to-dateness, specificity, simplicity and conceptual relationships. The dictionary meets the standards of higher education and covers all main fields of life sciences by setting its primary focus on the vastly developing fields of cell biology, biochemistry, molecular biology, immunology, developmental biology, microbiology, genetics and also the fields of human anatomy, histology, pathology, physiology, zoology and botany.
The fields of ecology, paleontology, systematics, evolution, biostatistics, plant physiology, plant anatomy, plant histology, biometry and lab techniques have been sufficiently covered but in a more general manner. The latest Latin international anatomical terminology "Terminologia Anatomica" or "TA" has been fully incorporated and all anatomical entries have been given their international Latin TA synonym. This dictionary will be a valuable and helpful tool for all scientists, teachers, students and generally all those that work within the fields of life sciences.
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The Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology Fourth Edition

The Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology Fourth Edition

The Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology Fourth Edition
Academic Press| 0123739861 | Edition - 2007-10-22 | PDF | 472 pages | 8 MB

The over 10,000 entries in this comprehensive Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology provide clear and concise definitions for anyone working in life sciences today. It incorporates related terms from neuroscience, genetics, microbiology, immunology, pathology, and physiology. This fourth revised edition reflects the enormous changes brought about by the explosion of new technologies, especially high throughput approaches and functional genomics. As a result, this edition is over 30% larger than the previous edition, with 3400 new entries. As with the prior edition, additions are reflective of online search queries performed by users of the dictionary. The entries in this authoritative work have been widely praised for their clarity, brevity, and accuracy throughout. The Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology features numerous tables and other useful features.

* Thoroughly revised and expanded by over 30% with 3400 new entries
* Expanded coverage of areas greatly impacted by genomics
* Includes new terms that relate to the recent elucidation of underlying mechanisms of cell cycle regulation, apoptosis, relationship between mitochondria and disease, metabolic control, and stem cell biology
* Consistently provides the most complete short definitions of technical terminology for anyone working in life sciences today
* Extensively cross-referenced
* Provides multiple definitions, notes on word origins, and other useful features

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Dictionary of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 2nd Edition


J. Stenesh
Dictionary of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 2nd Edition
Wiley-Interscience | ISBN: 0471840890 | 1989 Year | 536 Pages | PDF | 44.2 MB

In response to the expansion of knowledge in biochemistry and molecular biology, the Second Edition of this reference has been completely revised and updated, with approximately 16,000 new entries. Names of specific compounds and other substances have been substantially enlarged, and definitions have been expanded for clarity and precision. Information is drawn from over 500 books and 1,000 articles, including recommendations of the Commission on Biochemical Nomenclature, the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry, and the International Union of Biochemistry. Terms used by biochemists from a broad range of sciences, such as chemistry, immunology, genetics, virology, biophysics, and microbiology, are included. Abbreviations, both standard and nonstandard, are also provided, as well as cross-referenced synonymous expressions.

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Programming Perl, 3rd Edition

Programming Perl, 3rd Edition


Larry Wall, Tom Christiansen, Jon Orwant
O'Reilly Media, Paperback, 3rd edition, Published July 2000, 1070 pages, ISBN 0596000278



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Smile Biological Sequence Analysis: Probabilistic Models of Proteins and Nucleic Acids 1999

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ISBN: 0521629713
Title: Biological Sequence Analysis: Probabilistic Models of Proteins and Nucleic Acids 1999-07
Author: Richard Durbin, Sean R. Eddy, Anders Krogh, Graeme Mitchison
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication Date: 1999-07-01
Number Of Pages: 368
Average Amazon Rating: 4.5
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Molecular Modelling: Principles and Applications, second edition

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This text provides a detailed description of the techniques employed in molecular modelling and computational chemistry. The first part of the book covers the two major methods used to describe the interactions within a system (quantum mechanics and molecular mechanics). The second part then deals with techniques that use such energy models, including energy minimisation, molecular dynamics, Monte Carlo simulations and conformational analysis. The author also discusses the use of more advanced modelling techniques such as the calculation of free energies and the simulation of chemical reactions. In addition he considers methods such as database searching that can be used to design new molecules with specific properties. Many of the topics are treated in considerable depth but the author assumes that the reader has only a basic knowledge of the relevant physical and chemical principles.

Most of the theoretical sections are accompanied by simple calculations together with examples drawn from the literature. The book is well illustrated and a colour plate section highlights the impact of computer molecular graphics. The book will prove a valuable text for postgraduate students and professionals and many sections will be useful to final-year undergraduates taking courses in molecular modelling or computational chemistry.

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