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Date: 2007
Page count: 350 pages
Format: B/5
ISBN: 978-963-9664-67-8
Category: Math, Informatics and Science

Original price: 3800 Ft

Biochemistry through an engineer’s eyes

The Biochemistry through an engineer's eyes starts with a short historical introduction that gives an overview on how biochemistry developed internationally and in Hungary.

Then it presents the typical characteristics of the living systems, the theories of the chemical and prebiological evolution.

The following chapters of the textbook deal in depth with the connection between the basic chemical features and biological functions of the molecules building up the organism.

After describing the main energy producing and biosynthetic metabolism processes of the biosphere and the living organisms the book discusses the material transport procedures of the cells.

In the Regulating the biological processes chapter the main methods of molecular, cellular, and organism level regulations are shown.

It closes with describing the basics of being a bioengineer.

The Biochemistry through an engineer's eyes contains useful information not only for engineering students, but it can be also very interesting for the great number of people interested in biochemistry.