An Introductory Course on Molecular Biology
This book shows that molecular biology, the modern approach to biology, reduces life to programs directing machinery. In this view, the programs are the genes and the machinery is the proteins. As argued here, the application of this modern discipline is crucial to solve medical and agricultural problems for the future of humanity. This book will appeal to not only students of biology, but also to normal people that want to understand “what is life?”.
Ramón Serrano is Emeritus Professor of the Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain. He has published 247 scientific articles, and three scientific books in the fields of the plasma membrane ATPase of plant and fungi, applied and general enzymology, and biochemistry. His current research interest is the regulation of cell growth by intracellular pH.
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