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Brown 2002. Genomes. 2nd ed. (NCBI Bookshelf)

  November, 11 2003 8:20
new and historical books in bioscience and medicine
First and second year undergraduates studying molecular biology, biochemistry and genetics.

The new edition of genomes has been completely rewritten to take in to account both the demands of lecturers and students. Genomes, second edition has been reworked to make it more appropriate for introductory undergraduate study. The book has also been thoroughly updated to reflect our increased knowledge of this fast moving field.

* Appropriate for introductory level courses
* Re-arranged chapter organisation to reflect student needs
* Expansion of most chapters to provide greater background knowledge
* Increased emphasis on experimental data
* Review questions at the end of every chapter


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