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By: Boyce Rensberger
290 pages, B/w photos
Takes readers to the frontline of cell research. `...it is hard to imagine a better way to convey to students the thrill of looking down a microscope at a living cell - and they get a pretty respectable introduction to cell structure and function thrown in for good measure.' Nature
Life Itself is a wonderfully readable digest of everything currently known about the mechanisms by which living cells perform their myriad tasks. The New York Times Book Review An elegant, authoritative, yet felicitously written book that will appeal to anyone who is interested in how cells work...a compelling portrait of terrestrial life in its many guises. New Scientist
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