2 edition of Microcomputers in Biochemistry found in the catalog.
Microcomputers in Biochemistry
C. F. A. Bryce
April 23, 1992
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||328|
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xx, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: List of contributors --Abbreviations Productivity tools in biochemistry (starting p.1) / Robert J.
Beynon, John S. Easterby Introduction (starting p.1) Data formats and exchange (starting p.2) --Removable disks as a. Microcomputers in biochemical education. London ; Philadelphia: Taylor & Francis, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Edward J Wood; Federation of European Biochemical Societies.
Meeting. VI TIBS - December Microcomputers in biochemistry Robert J. Beynon The development of the microcomputer has meant that for the first time individual depart- ments of biochemistry or even laboratories can have their own computing by: 4.
Microcomputers in biochemical education by E. Wood,Taylor & Francis edition, in EnglishPages: Microcomputers in biochemistry: A practical approach edited by C. Bryce, IRL Press at OUP,£ (xx + pages) ISBN 0 19 9Author: Arthur Rowe. Microcomputers for biochemistry: good but already outdated Microcomputers in Biology: A Practical Approach edited by C.
Ireland and S. Long, IRL Press, £/$ (soft- ware £ + VAT in UK/$O0) (xi + pages) ISBN 0 57 6 This book. The most popular seems to be Lehninger: Lehninger Principles of Biochemistry: David L.
Nelson, Michael M. Cox: : Books. Lots of physiology - seems to be especially popular among pre-meds and med students. Don't forget to c. Footnote The Biochemistry Microcomputer Group was created to provide a vehicle for the communication of applications and software written for microcomputers by biochemists.
The Group publishes a Newsletter ( 40 pages) three times a year and has a Cited by: 9. p.: 23 cmPages: Such a confusing read. This book is written super poorly, unlike Cell Biology by Alberts.
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However, I much prefer studying from an actual book, though I will supplement it with online resources. I have the Kaplan review books. Is there any book that is more of an expanded review type book - covering the more important concepts, pathways, etc. without getting bogged down with loads of minutiae (not much more than pages).
The invention of the microcomputer in the mids and its subsequent low-cost proliferation has opened up a new world for the laboratory scientist. Tedious data collection can now be automated relatively cheaply and with an enormous increase in reliability.
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