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Cell and Molecular Biology 1st Edition, Reprint

Cell and Molecular Biology 1st Edition, Reprint,8180940276,9788180940279


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Publisher:MJP Publishers
Published In:2009
Binding Type:Paperback
Pages:414 Pages

The Title "Cell and Molecular Biology 1st Edition, Reprint" is written by Prakash S. Lohar. This book was published in the year 2009. The ISBN number 8180940276|9788180940279 is assigned to the Paperback version of this title. The book displayed here is a 1st Edition, Reprint edition. This book has total of pp. 414 (Pages). The publisher of this title is MJP Publishers. Cell and Molecular Biology 1st Edition, Reprint is currently Available with us.

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About the Book

Cell and molecular Biology is an ever dynamic area of lifesciences where the core activity of all biological developments are studied in depth. This comprehensive Book provides a concise coverage of every topic in cell and Molecular Biology from the fundamental aspects to the later developments in a simple and lively manner The structure and functions of the cell organelles along with me molecular aspects of genes have been exemplarily dealt with and illustrated, which would prove to be very useful for students, researchers and teachers.

About the Author

Dr. Prakash S. Lohar, Head, Department of Biotechnology and Reader in Zoology, M.G.S.Ms Arts, Science and Commerce College, Chopda, Maharashtra, had his postgraduation from University of Poona, M.Phil. from S.G. University, Surat, and Ph. D. from Saurashtra University, Rajkot, with outstanding merit. He has 18 years of teaching experience in Physiology, Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Genetics, Biotechnology, Bioinformatics and Medical Laboratory Technology. His research interest ranges from environmental sciences, cytogenetics, in silico drug designing, and rDNA technology. His research papers have been presented in many national and international symposia and he has published 23 research papers in well reputed journals. He is the author of Biotechnology and Endocrinology: Hormones and Human Diseases, both the books being used as textbooks all over India. He is a life member of several national scientific associations. He is life member of Indian Association of Aquatic Biologists, Hyderabad and American Chemical Society, Washington DC.


1. The Cell-Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic-Shape and Size
2. Organization
3. Different Classes of Cells
4. Cell Organelles : Structure and Function-Cell Wall
5. Prokaryotic, Eukaryotic Cells
6. Plasma Membrane
7. Chemical Composition
8. Structure, Functions
9. Cytoplasm, Nucleus
10. Ultrastructure of Nucleus
11. Chromatin
12. Heterochromatin and Euchromatin
13. Nucleolus, Ribosomes
14. Polyribosomes, Mitochondria
15. Respiratory Chain
16. Oxidative Metabolic Pathways
17. Plastids, Leucoplasts
18. Chromoplasts, Chloroplasts
19. Photosynthesis, ER
20. Types of ER, Functions of ER
21. Sarcoplasmic Reticulum
22. Golgi Complex
23. Shape, Size and Position
24. Chemical Composition
25. Lysosomes, Occurrence
26. Chemical Composition
27. Human Disorders and Lysosomal Function
28. Microbodies, Liver Peroxisomes
29. Leaf Peroxisomes
30. Glyoxysomes, Cytoskeleton
32. Microtubules, Cell Movement, and Intracellular Transport
33. Cilia and Flagella, Microfilaments
34. Intermediate Filaments
35. Microscopy and Micrometry-Simple, Compound Microscopes
36. Micrometry, Virus World
37. Genomic Organization
38. Reverse Transcriptase and Gene Cloning
39. Bacteriophages as Cloning Vectors
40. Viruses & Human Diseases, HIV
41. Bacterial Genetics-Bacterial Genome, Gene Exchange Mechanism in Bacteria
42. Transformation, Transduction
43. Conjugation, Hfr Strain
44. Cellular Reproduction and Death -Cell Cycle
45. Mitosis, Meiosis
46. Gametogenesis, Apoptosis
47. Eukaryotic Chromosomes
48. Chromosome Banding
49. Human Karyotype
50. Giant Chromosomes
51. DNA-Chemical Nature, Structure and Replication
52. Chargaff's Rule
53. X-ray Crystallography of DNA
54. Watson and Crick Model
55. Alternate Forms of DNA Helix
56. Supercoiled DNA in Prokaiyotes
57. Denaturation and Renaturation of Genome
58. DNA Replication in Bacteria
59. DNA Mutability and its Repair Mechanism, Mutation
60. Deletion and Insertion
61. Induced Mutation and Mutagens
62. Xeroderma Pigmentosum
63. Transcription-The Synthesis of RNA, Chemical Nature of RNA
64. Transcription in Prokaryotes & Eukaryotes
65. Three Major Classes of RNA
66. Post-Transcnptional Modifications of Mrna
67. Gene Silencing by RNA
68. Translation-the Synthesis of Protein. Genetic Code
69. Cracking of Genetic Code Using Artificial mRNA
70. Relationship Between Genetic Code, Codon, Anticodon and Amino Acid
71. Crick's Wobble Hypothesis
72. Mechanism of Translation
73. Polysome Formation
74. Protein Synthesis in Eukaryotes
75. Methods for Regulation of Prokaryotic Gene Expression
76. The Lac Operon
77. The Trp Operon