Principles of Biochemistry
Publisher: Wikibooks 2011
Contents: Cell and its Biochemistry; Biomolecules; The Carbohydrates: Monosaccharides, Disaccharides and Polysaccharides; Glucose,Glycogen and Diabetes; Glycolysis; Water: The solvent of the cell; Nucleic acid I: DNA and its nucleotides; Nucleic acid II: RNA and its nucleotides; Nucleic acid III: Sythesis of nucleotides; Chromosome and its structure; Expression of gene; Enzymes; Amino acids and proteins; Lipids; Biosynthesis of lipids; Krebs cycle or Citric acid cycle; Cell Metabolism; etc.
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by Melvin Calvin, James Alan Bassham - W.A. Benjamin
In this book we review the evidence leading to the formulation of the carbon reduction cycle and discuss its quantitative importance. We describe as far as possible the biosynthetic pathways which we believe exist in the chloroplast.
by Arthur Harden - Longmans, Green & Co.
In the following chapters, based on courses of lectures, an account is given of the work done on alcoholic fermentation since Buchner's epoch-making discovery of zymase, only in so far as it appears to throw light on the nature of that phenomenon.
by J. Grotendorst, N. Attig, S. Bluegel, D. Marx - Julich Supercomputing Centre
Coarse graining of molecular systems and solids, quantum/classical hybrid methods, embedding and multiple time step techniques, creating reactive potentials, multiscale magnetism, adaptive resolution ideas or hydrodynamic interactions are discussed.
by Henry Jakubowski
From the table of contents: introduction to biochemistry; lipid structure; protein structure; carbohydrates; DNA, genomics, and proteomics; binding; transport and kinetics; catalysis; oxidation/phosphorylation; signal transduction.