With the advent of molecular biology studies in biological sciences have become increasingly dependent upon the use of new and emerging techniques which are essentially based on well-known principles of physical sciences. Students of biology usually find it difficult to grasp the basic principles of these techniques owing to their mathematical bias. The book attempts to present a non-mathematical account of the underlying principles of a variety of experimental techniques including electron microscopy spectroscopy ultracentrifugation etc. and should be useful to all students of biology at graduate andpostgraduate levels.
|Publishers||CBS Publishers & Distributors|
|Author||Bisen P. S|
|About the Author||NA|
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