Cells and Energy - By Richard A. Goldsby

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Cells and Energy

Current Concepts in Biology Series

Written by: Richard A. Goldsby
Category: Non Fiction
Genre: Science, Biology

Book Details:

ISBN 10: 0023443006
ISBN 13: 9780023443008
Format: Paperback
Publisher: MacMillan Publishing Company
Date Published: United Kingdom, September 1st, 1977
Language: English
Edition: 2d ed.
Condition: Good
Appearance: The book is in good condition. The cover shows some signs of wear, including slight creases and minor scuff marks. The spine appears intact with no significant damage. The pages are clean with no visible markings, highlighting, or annotations.


CURRENT CONCEPTS IN BIOLOGY SERIES presents a view in depth of the principal aspects of life science. Each volume treats a discrete topic within the scope of biology and each is designed for students who are being exposed to the topics for the first time. Since considerable ferment exists in the biological sciences today, it is increasingly important to keep pace with current developments. The goal of this series is to reflect these developments, making the concepts of the current biology available to undergraduate students. CURRENT CONCEPTS IN BIOLOGY SERIES CELLS AND ENERGY, organized around the theme of energy production and utilization at the cellular level, is designed as a vehicle for introducing biochemistry to undergraduate biology students. Photosynthesis is treated in sufficient depth to introduce students to the approaches, achievements, and major unsolved problems of one srea cf biochemistry. THE PHYSIOLOGY OF CELLS by Karl F. Guthe, begins with a brief survey of molecular and cellular structure providing a basis for consideration of such general functions of living cells as metabolism, cell division, and permeability. More specialized topics follow, such as ion transport, excitability, movement, and inter- actions with light.

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