e-books in Cell Biology category
by Radwa Ali Mehanna (ed.) - InTech , 2019
Cell culture is one of the major tools used in cellular and molecular biology, delivering an excellent model for studying the normal physiology and biochemistry of cells. This book covers some advanced aspects in cell culture methodologies.
by J. Richard McIntosh (ed.) - MDPI AG , 2017
This book describes current knowledge about the mechanisms by which cells segregate their already duplicated chromosomes in preparation for cell division. This suitable for scholars in this and related fields and for teaching at an advanced level.
- Wikibooks , 2015
From the table of contents: Introduction to Cell Biology: What is a cell?; Types of cells; Preliminary Glimpse at Organelles; Preliminary Glimpse at Cytoskeleton; Models for Cell Biology Research; Cell division; Genes; and more.
by C. William Birky, et al. - The Ohio State University Press , 1975
The genetics of chloroplasts and mitochondrial inheritance have only fairly recently come to represent a major preoccupation of both molecular and cell biologists, who have been prompted to probe deeply into the energy-producing centers of the cell.
- Biological Sciences Curriculum Study , 2005
The objective is to allow students to investigate how technology is used to deepen our knowledge of cellular and molecular biology. This module helps students sharpen their skills in critical thinking, experimental design, and data analysis.
by Deepa Bhartiya, Nibedita Lenka (eds) - InTech , 2013
This book is beginning with an introduction to the pluripotent stem cells and covering various aspects like derivation, differentiation, ethics, etc., and hence would provide insight into the recent standing on the pluripotent stem cells biology.
by C.M. O'Connor, J.U. Adams - NPG Education , 2010
Essentials of Cell Biology introduces readers to the core concepts of cell biology. This course can provide an introduction to cell biology for beginning students of all ages or be a springboard to more specialized topics for advanced students.
by Ulrich S. Schwarz, Samuel S. Safran - arXiv , 2013
In this text, the authors give a review of recent progress in our understanding of the role of forces in cell adhesion from the viewpoint of theoretical soft matter physics and in close relation to the relevant experiments.
by Melvin L. Depamphilis (ed.) - Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press , 1996
The goal of this book is to provide a detailed treatment of the subject of DNA replication in eukaryotic cells. To ensure that the subject was completely presented, 92 scientists in the field of DNA replication participated in assembling this book.
by John H. Byrne, et al. - UTHealth , 2012
Contents: Introduction to Neurons and Neural Networks; Resting Potentials & Action Potentials; Ionic Mechanisms of Action Potentials; Propagation of Action Potentials; Synaptic Transmission at the Skeletal Neuromuscular Junction; etc.
- Axolotl Academic Publishing Co. , 2010
This book was written for collegiate Cell and Molecular Biology courses and may be appropriate at both an introductory level and also as a resource for more advanced courses. The entire course is devoted to understanding the workings of the cell.
- Educational Testing Service , 2008
This free GRE practice book contains one actual, full-length GRE Biochemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology Test and test-taking strategies. You can become familiar with test structure, content, test instructions and answering procedures.
- National Institutes of Health , 2005
This is an educational booklet about cell biology. It describes the processes occurring within human bodies, explores the cell and its organelles close-up. The text features cutting-edge cell biology research and techniques.