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Fundamentals of Biochemistry: Life at the molecular level - Voet - 5th Edition

Fundamentals of Biochemistry: Life at the molecular level - Voet - 5th Edition

   Author(s): Judith G. Voet; Donald Voet; Charlotte W. Pratt  
Publisher: Wiley, Year: 2016
                              
 Description:
The Fifth Edition of Voet, Voet and Pratt's Fundamentals of Biochemistry refers to the considerable developments in natural chemistry, especially in the fields of fundamental science and bioinformatics, by offering a solid biochemical institution attached to research to brace for the philosophical complexities of things to come. While continuing in its tradition of incorporating complete and modified inclusion, which is naturally constructed and applicable to human well-being and ailment, the Fundamentals of Biochemistry, 5e introduces modern teaching methods and enhanced visuals that offer a roadmap for learning to be learned. Thus continuing with its tradition of incorporating complete and modified participation, which is naturally written and applicable to human well-being and ailment, the Fundamentals of Biochemistry, 5e introduces new methods of instruction and improved visuals that include a roadmap to understudy.




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Book Review:

Description: This book provides a broad, in-depth basis of basic biochemical concepts by anchoring the biological content in the roots of its chemistry. This edition has been updated with the latest biochemistry findings and their connection to human health, artwork to provide a clearer learning experience, and approaches to foster active learning; In 2008 the corresponding edition was published.

Purpose: It serves many purposes including providing a solid foundation in modern biochemistry, developing problem-solving skills and providing the historical background behind important biochemical findings. It is an integral guide to basic biochemistry.

Audience: Although written for undergraduate and graduate students in health sciences, the book may be used as a thorough reference by premedical, medical, and other graduate students in healthcare. The authors are highly regarded as teachers , educators and researchers.

Features: Introduction, biomolecules, hormones, metabolism and gene expression and reproduction, five major sections cover topics in current biochemistry within their chemical basis to help students understand the molecular basis of biochemical reactions. The emphasis is placed on human health and diseases as well as on novel pharmacological effectors in light of recent research findings. The text is well structured and perfectly detailed, the artwork has been carefully updated and it clearly describes process diagrams. It is enhanced by features which support learning and self-assessment. This includes , for example, "Core Principles," updates chemical principles where appropriate, offers sample estimates, incorporates "Checkpoint Problems" at the end of each section and presents new end-of - chapter issues. It also includes a useful glossary, and a detailed index. The book is structured to have a solid base of biochemistry by promoting comprehension of students rather than memorizing them.

Assessment: This is a wonderful manual on the ideals of biochemistry. (Readers looking for a quick review should select another book.) This edition includes up-to - date information and promotes active learning through the expansion of their pedagogical tools and approaches. This book is equal in calibre and scope as the 6th edition of Lehninger Principles of Biochemistry, Nelson and Cox, (W.H. Freeman, 2013). With this textbook, students will certainly gain a solid grounding in biochemistry.

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