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The Ten Most Important Things About Cells


By: Christopher D Epp

252 pages, Figs

Pacific Press

Paperback | Dec 1998 | #93317 | ISBN: 0958341850
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About this book

Presenting the central concepts and facts of cell biology in an uncluttered and straightforward style, this is an excellent and highly readable textbook on the cell, drawing on the authors 17 years of teaching experience in the United States, Singapore and New Zealand. Refreshingly direct in its approach, this well-priced textbook is ideal for introductory undergraduate courses. Chapters include: Cells are us; Cells are made of molecules; Cells use information; Cells need energy; There are (at least) two kinds of cells; Cells respond to signals; Cells can reproduce; Cells can specialise and co-operate; Cells change and evolve; and Cells can be studied.

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