By: JB Harborne
318 pages, Figs, tabs
From a review of the Second Edition: `This introductory text provides the reader with a clear and fascinating account of ways in which living organisms can become adapted to their environments and to each other at the biochemical level ... I recommend this book without reservation.' Biochemical Society Transactions.
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