At a time when major technological advances are occurring in both electronics and biochemistry, it is fitting that a web site accompanies this important biochemistry textbook. Get Started! Click on one of the chapters in the "choose a chapter" table to the left. Concepts sections contain hyperlinked summaries of the important concepts from each chapter. Terminology sections, which define the important terms from the text on a chapter-by-chapter basis, also include hyperlinks to appropriate figures. Quizzing sections help you learn and retain the numerous terms, names, structures, enzymes, and pathways encountered in biochemistry.
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Statement of responsibility: Christopher K. Mathews, K. Note: Previous ed. Physical Description: xxviii, p : ill. The Scope of Biochemistry. The Energetics of Life. Nucleic Acids. The Three- Dimensional Structure of Proteins. Protein Function and Evolution. Lipids, Membranes, and Cellular Transport. Enzymes: Biological Catalysts.
Carbohydrate Metabolism II: Biosynthesis. Nucleotide Metabolism. Information Readout: Transcription. Eukaryotic Genes and Their Expression. Answers to Problems. Author note Christopher K. He has published several books and more than scientific papers dealing with molecular virology, metabolic regulation, nucleotide enzymology, and biochemical genetics. Kevin Ahern is a Senior Instructor in the Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics at Oregon State University, where he pioneered the development of Web-based courses for teaching biochemistry.
He is a contributing editor to Science magazine and a columnist for Genetic Engineering News. Thoroughly updated to include the latest information, perspectives, and experimental techniques, the text is now supported by integrated media resources designed by the co-author Kevin Ahern. Together, the text and media resources provide students and instructors with a doorway to the vast world of biochemistry that is continuously evolving and which greatly exceeds what could be covered in a conventional textbook alone.
As in previous editions, the authors introduce nucleic acid structure early to clarify presentations of protein structure and function , emphasize the experimental roots of biochemistry past and present , continually emphasize the energy relationships in biochemistry, and take a stepwise approach to complex metabolic pathways.
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