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Biochemistry (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 14. Juli 2006


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'An excellent textbook which combines basic principles of biochemistry with clinical situations and pathophysiology.' - J M Land - Clinical National Hospital London 'A superby presented book - in keeping with the high standard of the previous editions. A must for all biochemistry students.' - R E Glass - Nottingham University 'The integration of evolution makes it the most exciting and revolutionary biochemistry text to appear since 1970.' - James F. Koerner, University of Minnesota 'I really like the chemical and structural approach to describing the changes in the molecules and the energetics involved.' - Paul Craig, Rochester Institute of Technology 'Another fantastic book.' - Gunnar Hansson - Gothenburg University 'An excellent textbook for students taking biochemistry. ' - P Maskrey - Northumbria University 'Nice updates, nice web resource. The organisation of some topics has improved (i.e. Glycolysis and Gluconeogenesis in the same chapter).' - Dr Lorenzo Frigerio, University of Warwick 'An excellent revision. I like the use of structures throughout.' - R C Ford - Manchester University 'Much improved - good cover of genetics and metabolism.' - A Nicolaou - Bradford University

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In 1975, Lubert Stryer's "Biochemistry" emerged as the text that would shape the way Biochemistry is taught. Dr. Stryer conveyed the beauty and excitement of the field with unmatched clarity and elegance. In the forthcoming sixth edition, authors Jeremy M. Berg and John L. Tymoczko responded to feedback from over a hundred instructors. The authors continue to introduce exciting new developments while refocusing on the hallmark strengths of "Biochemistry" that have helped hundreds of thousands of students worldwide.

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For learning of organised systems, organised thematical material would be better. 25. Februar 2007
Von Ingrid Heyn - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
I am basing my review primarily on two things in this textbook: the organisation and the definitions.

A textbook MUST be approachable. Students will be covering intricate topics in a book of this sort, and in order to help them, the writer(s) must present the material logically, thematically and beautifully organised.

I'm afraid the writers did not do that here. Systems that should be covered before one proceeds further - information for which knowledge of other systems is presupposed - appear much earlier than they should, leaving the unfortunate student staring wild-eyed at the text, muttering, "What?" This is particularly noticable when explicating chemical pathways.

Definitions are ludicrously lacking. What indexing there is is incomplete and insufficient.

The book fails in its intended purpose, and that is why I simply cannot recommend it. May I suggest using Lippincott's Illustrated Reviews as a better organised textbook? It is quite a good coverage, although it does assume some biochemistry knowledge. I've heard that the Garrett Biochemistry textbook (just released in December 2006) is good for beginner students, so that may well be worth checking.

There are certainly alternatives to this poorly written textbook.
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