eBook The Dictionary of Cell & Molecular Biology, 5th Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 0123849322
  • ISBN-13: 9780123849328
  • DDC: 571.603
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 750 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2013 | Published/Released May 2014
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2013
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Overview

An expanded, up-to-date resource for students and researchers, The Dictionary of Cell & Molecular Biology, Fifth Edition, provides clear and concise definitions needed for laboratory study. With over 12,000 entries and a breadth of terms across bioscience, including plant molecular biology, microbiology and biotechnology, this revision reflects the changes in the research over the past few years. The latest edition of The Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology maintains its outstanding reputation as an authoritative, clear, and accessible reference with short, cross-referenced definitions of important technical terminology.

  • Thoroughly revised and expanded by over 20% with over 12,000 entries in cellular and molecular biology
  • Includes expanded coverage of terms, including plant molecular biology, microbiology and biotechnology areas
  • Consistently provides the most complete short definitions of technical terminology for anyone working in life sciences today
  • Features extensive cross-references
  • Provides multiple definitions, notes on word origins, and other useful features

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Other Frontmatter.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
A Note concerning Entries.
Tables.
Preface.
Preface to the Fourth Edition.
Preface to the Third Edition.
Preface to the Second Edition.
Preface to the First Edition.
1: 2–5a/rnase L System.
2: 3M Syndrome.
3: 5q-Minus Syndrome.
4: 9E3.
5: 14-3-3 Proteins.
6: α Alpha.
7: A.
8: A9 Cells.
9: A20.
10: A260.
11: A431 Cells.
12: A23187.
13: AAA Family.
14: Aarskog-Scott Syndrome.
15: Aatll.
16: Ab.
17: Abaecins.
18: A Band.
19: Abaxial.
20: ABC.
21: ABCA1.
22: ABCD1.
23: Abc-Excinuclease.
24: ABC Model of Flower Development.
25: ABC Proteins.
26: Abell-Kendall Method.
27: Abelson Leukaemia Virus.
28: Aberration.
29: Abetalipoproteinaemia.
30: Abf1.
31: ABH.
32: Abiogenesis.
33: Abiotic Stress.
34: Abl.
35: ABLV.
36: ABM Paper.
37: ABO Blood Group System.
38: Abortive Infection.
39: Abortive Transformation.
40: ABP1.
41: ABP-50.
42: ABP-67.
43: ABP-120.
44: ABP-280.
45: Abrin.
46: Abscisic Acid.
47: Absolute Lethal Concentration.
48: Absorption Coefficient.
49: Absorption Spectrum.
50: AB Toxin.
51: ABTS.
52: Acads.
53: Acanthamoeba.
54: Acanthocyte.
55: Acanthoma.
56: Acanthoscurria Gomesiana.
57: Acanthosis Nigricans.
58: Acanthosome.
59: Acanthus.
60: Acapnia.
61: ACAT.
62: ACC.
63: ACC Synthase.
64: Accelerin.
65: Accessory Cells.
66: Accessory Pigments.
67: A Cells.
68: Acellular.
69: Acellular Slime Moulds.
70: Acentric.
71: Acervulus.
72: Acetabularia.
73: Acetobacter.
74: Acetocarmine.
75: Acetosyringone.
76: Acetyl Coa.
77: Acetylation.
78: Acetylcholine.
79: Acetylcholine Esterase.
80: A Chain.
81: Achaete-Scute Complex.
82: Achene.
83: Achondroplasia.
84: Achyla.
85: Aciclovir.
86: Acid Fast Cells.
87: Acid Growth Theory.
88: Acid Hydrolases.
89: Acid Phosphatase.
90: Acid Protease.
91: Acid Secreting Cells.
92: Acid-Citrate-Dextrose.
93: Acidobacteria.
94: Acidocalcisome.
95: Acidophilic.
96: Acidophils.
97: Acidosis.
98: Acidosome.
99: Acinar Cells.
100: Acinetobacter.
101: Acinus.
102: Acoelomate.
103: Aconitase.
104: ACP.
105: Acquired Immunity.
106: Acrasidae.
107: Acrasin.
108: Acridine Orange.
109: Acridines.
110: Acritarchs.
111: Acrodermatitis Enteropathica.
112: Acrolein.
113: Acromegaly.
114: Acromesomelic Dysplasia.
115: Acropetal.
116: Acrophase.
117: Acroplaxome.
118: Acrosin.
119: Acrosomal Process.
120: Acrosome.
121: ACT.
122: ACT Domain.
123: Acta.
124: Actagardine.
125: Actin.
126: Actin Binding Proteins.
127: Actin Depolymerizing Factor.
128: Actin Meshwork.
129: Actin-Fragmin Kinase.
130: Actinfilin.
131: Actinia Equina.
132: Actinic Keratosis.
133: Actinobacteria.
134: Actinogelin.
135: Actinomycetales.
136: Actinomycins.
137: Actinomycosis.
138: Actinophrys Sol.
139: Actinopterygii.
140: Actinorhodin.
141: Actinosphaerium.
142: Actinotrichium.
143: Action Potential.
144: Action Spectrum.
145: Activated Leukocyte Cell Adhesion Molecule.
146: Activated Macrophage.
147: Activation.
148: Activation Energy.
149: Activation Induced Deaminase.
150: Activation Loop.
151: Activation Tagging.
152: Active Immunity.
153: Active Site.
154: Active Transport.
155: Active Zone.
156: Activin.
157: Activin Receptor-Like Kinases.
158: Activin Response Factor.
159: Actobindin.
160: Actolinkin.
161: Actomere.
162: Actomyosin.
163: Actophorin.
164: Acumentin.
165: Acuminate.
166: Acute.
167: Acute Inflammation.
168: Acute Phase Proteins.
169: Acute Phase Reaction.
170: Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome.
171: Acutely Transforming Virus.
172: ACV.
173: ACV Synthase.
174: ACY1.
175: Acyl.
176: Acyl Homoserine Lactone.
177: Acylation.
178: Acyltransferase.
179: ADAM Family.
180: ADAMTS.
181: Adaptation.
182: Adaptor Protein Complex 3.
183: Adaptor Proteins.
184: ADAR.
185: Adats.
186: Adaxial.
187: ADDA.