This book is a comprehensive overview of the subject and is written in a clear and simple language. It also incorporates several student-friendly features. There are numerous illustrations and tables that will enable the readers to grasp the concepts easily. Each chapter begins with Learning Objectives and includes Key Points and Self-assessment Questions. The Further Reading section guides the students towards advanced discussion of the topics. It is hoped that the book will be a valuable textbook to students of biotechnology, genetics and other courses which have molecular biology as a component.
Dr Channarayappa has PhD degrees from the University of Agricultural Sciences, Bengaluru and the West Virginia University, USA. He worked as a Postdoctoral Fellow and Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Centre, Houston, USA. He has been teaching undergraduate and postgraduate courses in molecular biology and biotechnology for the past 25 years. His main areas of interest are genetics, plant breeding and cancer biology. He is the author of Molecular Biotechnologyand Cell Biology, also published by Universities Press.
Chapter 1: Introduction to Molecular Biology Chapter 2: The Cell: Structure and Functions Chapter 3: Chemistry of Cells Chapter 4: Basic Rules of inheritance Chapter 5: Nucleic Acids Chapter 6: Structure and Organisation of Genome Chapter 7: The Cell Cycle Chapter 8: DNA Replication Chapter 9: Transcription Chapter 10: RNA Processing Chapter 11: Genetic Code Chapter 12: Translation: Decoding the Genetic information Chapter 13: Protein Processing and Transportation Chapter 14: Regulation of Gene Expression in Prokaryotes Chapter 15: Regulation of Gene Expression in Eukaryotes Chapter 16: Epigenetic Regulation Chapter 17: Genetic Recombination Chapter 18: Mobile Elements: Drivers of Genome Evolution Chapter 19: Mutagenesis and DNA Repair Chapter 20: Molecular Biology of Cancer Index
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