Genetics and Molecular Biology
by Robert Schleif
Publisher: The Johns Hopkins University Press 1993
Number of pages: 715
Renowned researcher and award-winning teacher Robert Schleif produced a unique and stimulating text that is a notable departure from the standard compendia of facts and observations. Schleif's strategy was to present the underlying fundamental concepts of molecular biology with clear explanations and critical analysis of well-chosen experiments. The result is a concise and practical approach that offers students a real understanding of the subject.
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