Best Reference Books – Cellular Structure and Molecular Organization

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Cellular Structure and Molecular Organization subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Cellular Structure and Molecular Organization along with reviews.

Kindly note that we have put a lot of effort into researching the best books on Cellular Structure and Molecular Organization subject and came out with a recommended list of top 10 best books. The table below contains the Name of these best books, their authors, publishers and an unbiased review of books on "Cellular Structure and Molecular Organization" as well as links to the Amazon website to directly purchase these books. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases, but this does not impact our reviews, comparisons, and listing of these top books; the table serves as a ready reckoner list of these best books.

1. “Molecular Biology of the Gene” by James D Watson and A Baker Tania

“Molecular Biology of the Gene” Book Review: This book provides a balanced coverage of prokaryotic and eukaryotic systems. The book contains key or classic experiments highlighting the influential experimental strategies. It also discusses the techniques of bioinformatics and genomics. The book is updated with the origins and early evolution of life. It is also updated with a complete integration of experiments and methods. At the end of each chapter, summaries focusing on the key concepts are provided. New end chapter problems are also provided allowing the students to practise the subject.

2. “Cellular Biology: Organelles, Structure, Function” by April Chloe Terrazas

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“Cellular Biology: Organelles, Structure, Function” Book Review: This book is designed for students who are studying biology and chemistry. The book provides the basic knowledge of biology on a cellular level. It is written in easy text language. The book covers a section of “sound it out” that contains phonics for the names of the organelles inside the cell. With the help of this book, students will be able to know what each organelle will look like. They will also get the knowledge of how an organelle functions in the cell. The book is provided with questions for the students to practise. It is also included with colourful images and text.

3. “The Cellular Structure of the Mammalian Nervous System: A re-examination, and some consequences for neurobiology” by Harold Hillman

“The Cellular Structure of the Mammalian Nervous System: A re-examination, and some consequences of neurobiology” Book Review: This book is written to discuss the reason for the re-examination of the cellular structure of the mammalian nervous system. The book discusses the reason for the confusion of how the different kinds of neuroglia appear in the presence of light as well as in electron microscopy. The book also gave reason for the disagreements on the international classification of tumours of the central nervous system. The book also discusses the reason for the increasing volume of experiments. The experiments can be on the physiology and biochemistry of tissue cultures of neurons and neuroglia. It’s validity depends on the accuracy of the parent tissue and cells growing in the culture. The book also discusses the reason why the biochemical classification has become independent.

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4. “Cellular Structure and Function” by Malcolm Campbell

“Cellular Structure and Function” Book Review: This book describes a cell, its structure and function. It discusses the definition of a cell that comprises an organism. In short, cells have unusual characteristics that cannot be defined. Cells can be long as a giraffe’s neck. As well as they can be smaller than a mitochondrion. Animal cells cannot be differentiated from plant cells. They are small despite their shapes and sizes. Questions arise of why nature favore small cells. The book will describe in detail how it is hard to characterize cells. It will also discuss why it is hard to define cells even if they are the foundation of all living things.

5. “Molecular and Cell Biology For Dummies” by Rene Fester Kratz

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“Molecular and Cell Biology for Dummies” Book Review: The book provides information on the structure and function of the cell. This book gives information about the inner world of the cell to show how viruses attack and destroy them. It also explains the structure of atoms, types of bonds, carbohydrates, proteins, DNA, RNA and lipid. The book also shows how cells communicate, repair and reproduce. It also decodes a cell’s underlying programme and harnesses the power of DNA. The book contains explanations of topics, websites, important events in the development of DNA technology and ways to upgrade biology grade. The book also explains how cells need to survive and reproduce, rules concerned with the cell behaviour. It also discusses the laws of thermodynamics and cellular work.

6. “Molecules in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology: Physical Aspects of Molecular Systems” by Jean Maruani

“Molecules in Physics, Chemistry and Biology: Physical Aspects of Molecular Systems” Book Review: This book discusses the physical aspects of a molecular system in physics, chemistry and biology. It consists of volumes. The first volume discusses the general introduction to molecular science. Second volume discusses the physical aspects of molecular systems. Third volume describes the electronic structure and chemical reactivity. Fourth volume discusses the phenomena in biological sciences.

7. “Biological Regulation and Development: Molecular Organization and Cell Function” by Robert F Goldberger

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“Biological Regulation and Development: Molecular Organization and Cell Function” Book Review: This book consists of volumes where in the first volume, it deals with the mechanisms of regulation of gene expression in microorganisms. In the second volume, it deals with the prokaryotic-eukaryotic border. The idea of biological regulation and development would be fun and productive. It will be helpful to both the author and reader for investigating the framework. It is difficult to cut across traditional boundaries. So it is necessary to find individuals who will be able to tackle such difficult tasks.

8. “Bacterial Genomics: Genome Organization and Gene Expression Tools” by Aswin Sai Narain Seshasayee

“Bacterial Genomics: Genome Organization and Gene Expression Tools” Book Review: This book deals with bacterial genetics. It explains the applications of genomic tools to examine bacterial adaptation. The development of genome sequencing has categorized the gene content of various clinically and industrially important bacteria. The development of allied techniques has increased the research findings of bacterial genetics. This permits the questioning of the interactions and functions of the components of the genome. These developments give rise to the vast adoptions of quantitative deep-sequencing approaches. The process involved permits both comparative and functional genomics on an unprecedented scale. Data analysis and interpretation are given the emphasis.

9. “Self-Organization of Molecular Systems” by Nino Russo and Victor Ya Antonchenko
10. “Cell Function and Disease” by L Canedo

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“Cell Function and Disease” Book Review: This book is based on a symposium that reviewed some advances. The advances are made in the area Gene and Human Diseases, Cellular and Molecular Pathology, Infectious Diseases, Brain Transplants etc. Many new experimental tools and approaches to modern biology have arised. This allows us to know more about the fundamental properties of the eukaryotic cells. The developments made have changed the diagnostic and therapeutic approaches of modern clinical practise. A section was added to understand the importance of clinical approach for the study of cell function and disease. The leading scientists of the international scientific community have helped by contributing in this book.

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