Plant Biochemistry

Caroline Bowsher, Martin Steer, Alyson Tobin

Garland Science
Published April 1, 2008
Textbook - 500 Pages - 332 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9780815341215 - CAT# RU1210Z

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Features

  • Covers a global range of plants and provides many examples.
  • Boxes inform the reader about ecological issues, applications, experimental techniques, and medicines.
  • Key concepts at the start of each chapter highlight important learning outcomes.
  • Further reading at the end of each chapter guides readers to significant papers.
  • Artwork freely available from www.garlandscience.com.

Summary

Plant Biochemistry presents each topic from the cellular level to the ecological and environmental levels, placing it in the context of the whole plant.

Biochemical pathways are represented as route maps, showing how one reaction follows another. These maps emphasize the dynamism and fl exibility of the plant in the face of environmental challenges. The unique and wide-ranging approach of this book emphasizes the importance of teaching and learning pathways within the framework of what the pathway does and why it is needed.

Plant Biochemistry is invaluable to undergraduate students who wish to gain insight into the relevance of plant biochemistry to humans and animals. It is an ideal reference text for graduates and researchers.

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