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by Jocelyn E. Krebs

ISBN: 128402721X
ISBN13: 978-1284027211
Language: English
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers; International student edition edition (February 1, 2013)
Pages: 930
Category: Biological Sciences
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Comments:
Bundis
This book was undamaged and came as I expected. With that said, it is one of the more dense books I have had to read in college and often leads me to more questions than answers. But as a required reading, you do not have much of a choice!

Goodman
good text

Saithinin
This book is not that bad. I have found, that for the most part, the chapters assigned to read parallel my lectures. Maybe because I have taken so many sciences classes, but I have had no problem following along. It is big just like every other science book I've gotten. I am pleased with the book overall.

Blackbrand
The second paragraph of the preface of this text says "This book is aimed at advanced students in molecular genetics and molecular biology." They are not lying. I am sure that this is a great reference if you are doing master's or Ph.D. level work, but if this is the text that is assigned for an undergraduate course, as it was for me, then go to your department chair and protest. You will spend $200 plus dollars and unless you are a very sophisticated student, you are going to have a hard time getting anything from this text.

I am a returning student who has a degree in a different field, so I was able to navigate my way through this text, with lots of time spent on Google, or Wikipedia, or just the dictionary deciphering what I was reading. Most of my classmates however were using this as a paperweight after the first few weeks, and that is a generous estimate of the amount of time that they were able to use this book. It is too advanced for an introductory level molecular genetics course. The authors assume a knowledge of the terminology used, so there is very little explanation of terms that they deem to be foundational.

If you are an undergraduate instructor reading my review and contemplating assigning this as the primary text for your course, please, please, for the sake of you students don't. Put it on library reserve as a secondary source and assign a text that is more approachable, or contact your representative at the publisher and see if they are able to do a custom print for you of just the most important chapters that you want covered, though this will be difficult as the text also make reference to topics covered in other parts of the book frequently.

This reminded me of another thing I really, really disliked about this book. When the authors referred to other sections of the book, they did it based on the title of the section instead of using Chapter/Section numbering (i.e 6.9, 8.6, 13.13, etc). This meant that unless you memorized the table of contents, you basically needed to read the entire table of contents to find where in the text the reference was. Then when you finally found the reference, it usually provided no more clarity than what you were reading in the first place.

One thing that I do like is that at the end of most chapters, there is a reference to primary research papers used to construct the chapter. This is very helpful if you want to go more in depth into a specific topic, but that only highlights further that this is not really a text geared towards undergraduates.

Ghile
Good

elegant stranger
Excellent product.

watchman
Came brand spanking new!

This book was great. I rented it from Amazon for a graduate molecular biology course. The only biology I had in my undergrad was general bio 1, and while I'll admit I had to look up a few words early on, it was fairly easy to understand. I ended up getting an A in the course, and feel like I understood the material very well. No complaints!

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