Biochemistry: A Short Course (1st Edition)
-Liss | June 15, 2011 | ISBN: 0471022055 | 505 pages | PDF | 10MB
Written by experienced educators in the field, this student-friendly text comprises a logical development of concepts and approaches which are critical to modern biochemistry. The book covers both traditional biochemistry and areas that have recently emerged. Every chapter contains suggested further readings, questions, and succinct discussions of the answers. Extensively illustrated with practical examples.
Biochemistry: A Short Course introduces students to the fundamentals of this fascinating scientific discipline. Based on the authors' years of experience teaching graduate, undergraduate, and professional courses, this comprehensive introduction caters to the specific needs of researchers and students who must familiarize themselves rapidly with core concepts, principles, and theories. Students are afforded a unique opportunity to arrive at a full understanding of important current and pending achievements in the field, without having to wade through extraneous technical details and lengthy theoretical discussions more appropriate to a lab manual or specialized text.